The Mayo Performing Arts Center — which presented its first drive-in concert, featuring John Ginty and Friends, in June — has scheduled a second one, by The Weeklings, Aug. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm in Morris Township.
The Weeklings’ repertoire is made up of Beatles covers, Beatles-inspired originals and more, and this concert is being billed as a “Beatles Bash.”
Tickets — priced at $125 per car for preferred parking, $100 per car for general parking — go on sale July 24 at 10 a.m. Visit mayoarts.org. The rain date is Aug. 19.
The band — made up of veteran Jersey musicians Glen Burtnik, Bob Burger, John Merjave and Joe Bellia — came together about six years ago and has released three studio albums.
Mayo PAC, which is currently closed because of the coronavirus crisis, is presenting the show in partnership with the Morris County Park Commission, and is selling souvenir T-shirts for $20 each, to aid in its financial recovery.
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