The ornate, spacious Landmark Loew’s Jersey theater in Jersey City, originally built in 1929, is a great place to present a concert, though shows there are few and far between. There will be a big one, though, this fall: a concert by the eccentric and ambitioussinger-songwriter Sufjan Stevens, on Halloween.
Tickets, priced at $46, go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.; visit ticketfly.com.
This will be Stevens’ only New Jersey stop on his fall tour, whichruns from Oct. 24 to Nov. 13.
In March, Stevens released an album, Carrie &Lowell, that was named after his mother and stepfather, and has received some of the most enthusiasticreviews of his career.