Bobby Fingers Band
in Somers Point
Live music every Friday on the beach continues in Somers Point with the Bobby Fingers Band and Hawkins Band performing on July 27. The two groups will be performing popular sing-a-longs and well-known country rock.
The concert is part of the 20th Annual Somers Point Beach Concert Series. The shows are free and take place weekly on Fridays in front of William Morrow Beach and the Municipal Beach Park, located between Higbee and New Jersey avenues in Somers Point.
There will be a limited amount of snacks and non-alcoholic beverages available. For a complete schedule, call 609-927-9088 or go to www.somerspointbeachconcerts.com.
East Lynne Theater Company presents ‘The Poe Mysteries’
Four actors take on 50 roles in three famous tales created by Edgar Allan Poe, in the East Lynne Theater Company’s world premiere, “The Poe Mysteries,” running through Sept. 1.
Detective Dupin’s cases include a double murder in a locked house, the disappearance of a beautiful young woman, and the dangerous secrets in a stolen letter.
Performances take place 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays. On Friday, Aug. 3, there will be an after-show question-and-answer session with the cast, director and playwright. Friday, Aug. 24, is a special American Sign Language performance.
Tickets are $30; $25 for seniors and $15 for full-time students. Children 12 and younger are free. Performances are at The First Presbyterian Church, 500 Hughes Street, where the company is in residence.
New Date for
Hometown Celebration in Mays Landing
The Pepsico Hometown Celebration in Mays Landing — cancelled earlier due to severe storms — has been rescheduled and re-named.
The rescheduled Pepsico Hometown Recovery Celebration will now take place 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Saturday, July 28, in War Memorial Park on Main Street. The Mays Landing Merchants Association organizes the annual event, which will include vendors, live music and a Tastykake pie eating contest.
Free children’s activities will include two waterslides, a moon bounce, and pony rides, alongside more than 100 crafters and food vendors.
Fore more information, go to www.mayslandingmerchants.com and click “Hometown Celebration.”
The Outlaws at Cape May Convention Hall
Southern rock comes to Cape May when The Outlaws headline the next Stockton Goes to the Beach concert 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 31, at its new home in Cape May Convention Hall.
Along with original singer/songwriter/guitarist Henry Paul and original drummer/songwriter Monte Yoho, the Outlaws feature Chris Anderson, Billy Crain, Randy Threet and Dave Robbins. The Outlaws will rock the audience with their hits “(Ghost) Riders in the Sky,” “There Goes Another Love Song” and “Green Grass and High Tides.”
Cape May Convention Hall is located at Stockton Place and Beach Avenue in Cape May. Tickets are $30. Call 855-708-9699 or go to www.capemaycity.com.
— Regina Schaffer