Due to the thunderstorms threatening South Orange
this afternoon and evening, tonight’s free concert with Tramps Like Us
moved to SOPAC. Tickets to tonight’s concert
will be issued to patrons starting at .
Seating is first-come, first-served.
2012 Free Concerts in the Park
Presented by the Village of South Orange and the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC)
Location: Flood’s Hill in Meadowland Park, 70 North Ridgewood Road, South Orange, NJ
Rain Site: South Orange Performing Arts Center, One SOPAC Way, South Orange, NJ
Celebrating its 20th Anniversary Season, the highly anticipated 2012 Free Concerts in the Park series returns this summer at Flood’s Hill in Meadowland Park, South Orange. For five consecutive Wednesday nights starting July 11th, some of today’s top performers will present free outdoor concerts ranging from jazz, pop, and reggae to salsa and rock n’ roll. See complete line-up below. Audiences are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket along to relax and listen. And, of course, dancing is always allowed.
TRAMPS LIKE US
Tramps Like Us is considered to be a renowned band that has earned the title of being the Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band above all. Countless high praises by numerous publications, radio stations, and music industry personal speak for itself. However, the greatest distinction is it is the only tribute band to be endorsed by the members of, “The Springsteen Camp.” Mike Appel the former producer and manager of Bruce Springsteen as well as the official Springsteen Radio station; E Street Radio/ Sirius XM depict, "If you're a big Bruce fan, you've probably seen tribute bands...and the BEST of them all is Tramps Like Us.”
The tribute bands main focus is providing the audience with quality music that allow people to feel as if they were listening to the Boss himself. The band prides themselves on generating a sound that captivates the audience in an unforgettable way. A sound that is accurate and precise to the musical arrangements of Bruce Springsteen himself. The band gives Bruce Springsteen’s music justice by remaining true to his sound. Ultimately, the bands' high energy performances, while playing live music with the utmost passion, captivates the heart of all listeners.
Free Concerts in the Park is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.