World Music

Mariza Newark

Mariza will perform at NJPAC in Newark, Jan. 23, 2022

June 20: Ritmo Caliente at Palmer Square, Princeton.

June 24: Jonathan Scales (steel pan) with Inacio Rivas-Bixio (drums) and Panagiotis Andreou (bass); Karl Latham Trio with Mark Peterson and Mitch Stein; Kate Baker with Rachel Z at Port Imperial Sunset Music Series, West New York.

June 25: “Caribbean Beats” with DJ MD, DJ Skelly, Mr. Challenger, Redddaz, at Newark Museum of Art.

June 26: Segunda Quimbamba at Harborside Campus, Jersey City.

July 6: Swing Sabroso, Tuesdays on Broadway at Broadway Bandshell, Long Branch.

July 8: Jonathan Scales (steel pan) with Inacio Rivas-Bixio (drums) and Panagiotis Andreou (bass); Christine Spero & Elliot Spero; Chris Pasin & David Stryker at Port Imperial Sunset Music Series, West New York.

July 13: Funk Salsa Urban at Raymond Wood Bauer Promenade, Linden.

July 20: Tito Puente Jr., Tuesdays on Broadway at Broadway Bandshell, Long Branch.

July 21: Meta & the Cornerstones, Amish Darr at Woodbridge High School.

July 22: Jonathan Scales (steel pan) with Inacio Rivas-Bixio (drums); Marya Lawrence & Erik Lawrence Trio; Mark Sganga Trio at Port Imperial Sunset Music Series, West New York.

July 23: Los Orquestra Nueve Del Sabor at Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Madison.

July 24: “De Colombia Para el Mundo” with Nicky Jam, Jessi Uribe, Francy, Grupo Niche, Farina, Alex Sensation, Los Diablitos, Fruko y sus Tesos at Prudential Center, Newark.

July 26: Spanish Harlem Orchestra at Wiggins Park, Camden.

July 27: David Cedeño & His Orchestra, Tuesdays on Broadway at Broadway Bandshell, Long Branch.

July 28: Nella at Woodbridge High School.

July 29: No Discipline at Memorial Park Gazebo, Little Falls.

July 29-31 and Aug. 1 and 5-8: Sinuhé Padilla-Isunza and Alea at Two River Theater, Red Bank.

July 30: Herb Alpert and Lani Hall at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank.
July 30: Inca (Carlos Santana tribute), Edgardo Cintron and His AllStar Band, Concerts on the Beach at William Morrow Beach/Municipal Beach Park, Somers Point.
July 30: The Adrian Rod Band at History Botany Free Summer Concerts, Clifton.

July 31: César Orozco and Jorge Glem at Shanghai Jazz, Madison.

Aug. 3: Joe Taino Group, Bradford Hayes, Soul Seduction at Sweet Sounds Downtown Music Festival, Westfield.

Aug. 5: Tony Vega at NJPAC, Newark. Sounds of the City series.
Aug. 5: Julio Fernandez & Friends at Sinatra Park, Hoboken.
Aug. 5: Jonathan Scales (steel pan) with Inacio Rivas-Bixio (drums); Scott Petito & Leslie Ritter; Chris Pasin & David Stryker at Port Imperial Sunset Music Series, West New York.

Aug. 8: NaBodach, Shippen Manor Lawn Concerts, Oxford.

Aug. 10: Gypsy Funk Squad, Tuesdays on Broadway at Broadway Bandshell, Long Branch.

Aug. 12: Orquesta La Experiencia at Sinatra Park, Hoboken.

Aug. 17: David Cedeño Orchestra, Essex County Parks Summer Music at Riverbank Park, Newark.
Aug. 17: Swing Combo Salsa Band, Tuesdays on Broadway at Broadway Bandshell, Long Branch.

Aug. 19: Fran Tokars, Wayne Hawkins & Scott Neumann; Mala Waldron & Reggie Pittman; Soular Rhythm Caribbean Steel Pan Trio at Port Imperial Sunset Music Series, West New York.

Aug. 24: Maurício de Souza, B.D. Lenz All Stars, NJ Workshop for the Arts at Sweet Sounds Downtown Music Festival, Westfield.
Aug. 24: Grupo Koronados, Tuesdays on Broadway at Broadway Bandshell, Long Branch.

Aug. 25: Latin Splendor, Essex County Parks Summer Music at Riverfront Park, Newark.

Aug. 26: Third World at NJPAC, Newark. Sounds of the City series.

Aug. 27: Third World, The Coconutz, Concerts on the Beach at William Morrow Beach/Municipal Beach Park, Somers Point.

Aug. 31: Supernatural (Santana tribute), Tuesdays on Broadway at Broadway Bandshell, Long Branch.

Sept. 1: Nanny Assis, Essex County Parks Summer Music at Independence Park, Newark.

Sept. 5: Paddy & the Pale Boys, Shippen Manor Lawn Concerts, Oxford.

Sept. 11: House Music Festival and A Splash of the Caribbean, Essex County Parks Summer Music at Weequahic Park, Newark.

Sept. 24: Zucchero at Sound Waves at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City.

Sept. 25: “Salsa Meets Jazz” with Tito Nieves, Arturo O’Farrill Big Band, Eddie Palmieri Salsa Orchestra at Prudential Hall at NJPAC, Newark.

Oct. 1: Jerry Rivera at BergenPAC, Englewood.

Oct. 2: David Broza and Trio Havana, Itai Kriss at South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Oct. 9: Myriam Hernandez at Ritz Theatre, Elizabeth.

Oct. 13: Gaelic Storm at South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Oct. 16: Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin at Prudential Center, Newark.
Oct. 16: “Amália at 100: A World Debut with Fábia Rebordão, Jorge Fernando and Gaspar Varela,” tribute to Amália Rodrigues at Victoria Theater at NJPAC, Newark.

Oct. 29: Pitbull at Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City.

Nov. 12: Victor Manuelle at BergenPAC, Englewood.

Nov. 20: Melendi at Ritz Theatre, Elizabeth.

Nov. 27: “Tropicaliente III” with Victor Manuelle, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Tito Nieves, at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City.
Nov. 27: Celtic Thunder: Ireland at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.

Nov. 30: Celtic Thunder: Ireland at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank.

Dec. 4: “La Mega Mezcla de Alex Sensation” at Prudential Center, Newark.

Dec. 19: Cherish the Ladies, “Celtic Christmas” at South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Jan. 23: Mariza at Prudential Hall at NJPAC, Newark.

Feb. 6: Carlos Vives at Prudential Center, Newark.

Feb. 12: Monsta X at Event Center at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, Atlantic City.

March 4: Stephen Marley at Newton Theatre.

March 11: The Chieftains at Prudential Hall at NJPAC, Newark.

March 15-22: “The Irish Cabaret,” starring Andy Cooney, at Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, Hampton.

March 17: Celtic Woman at State Theatre, New Brunswick.

March 19: Seamus Egan Project at Sitnik Theatre at Lackland Performing Arts Center, Hackettstown.

June 10: Ana Gabriel at Prudential Hall at NJPAC, Newark.

Aug. 14, 2022: Santana, Earth, Wind & Fire at PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel.

Aug. 18, 2022: Santana, Earth, Wind & Fire at BB&T Pavilion, Camden.

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