SummerFest Set For August 6: Cancelled

People in boats had a front row seat to the fireworks show. (Photo by Judy Smestad-Nunn)
Photo by Judy Smestad-Nunn

  BRICK – The Aug. 6 SummerFest concert and fireworks have been cancelled due to the state’s limitations on outdoor gatherings, township officials said.

  The performer on Aug. 6 had originally been Super Trans Am.

  The other shows, as of right now, are still on pending the state’s revision of guidelines. There will be Tribute to the 80s and 90s on August 13; The Amish Outlaws on August 20; and The Nerds on August 27.

  The concerts are held at Windward Beach Park, Princeton Avenue, and are followed by fireworks.

  In addition to the concerts, the Annual SummerFest Car Show, hosted by the Time Capsule Cruisers is scheduled for Thursday, September 3. The car show is touted as one of the largest in New Jersey and features cars, trucks and motorcycles from all eras.

  Free township shuttle buses to the events are being offered from various locations. One route picks up and drops off at Veterans Memorial Middle School and Midstreams Elementary School. The second route picks up and drops off at Drum Point Elementary School and Brick Township High School. The shuttle trips start at 5 p.m. and return trips start at 9 p.m.

  A second series of concerts is planned for Traders Cove Marina and Park, located at 40 Mantoloking Road.

  The concerts are free to attend. Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs/blankets. All concerts begin at 7 p.m.