If you find yourself on the boardwalk on Father's Day evening, here's a free event to celebrate with dad!

McLoone's Supper Club, which is located above the Robinson Ale House on the Asbury Park Boardwalk next to Convention Hall, is hosting an evening called Jazz for Dads this Sunday evening, June 17th.

This concert features talented teens who play jazz music, brought to you by the non-profit Jazz Arts Project and their student academy.

If you haven't yet been to McLoone's Supper Club (1200 Ocean Ave., 2nd floor, Asbury Park), you are in for a treat. With spectacular ocean views and delicious food and drinks, you get an evening to wine and dine and enjoy a show! (No purchase necessary for Father's Day evening, but it sure is nice to have the option of doing so if you like!)

You can reserve a table if you know in advance you will be attending, or you can just show up when the doors open at 6 pm. The show begins at 7 but you can relax at a table or the bar and order food/drinks starting at 6 pm. CLICK HERE to make a reservation.

This is a family-friendly event and your kids may enjoy seeing teens play their instruments! The show runs from 7 - 8:30 pm.

So raise a glass to dad and enjoy a special evening out with him. I'll be there so come find me and say hello!

For more info on the Jazz Arts Project and Academy, whose mission is to bring quality music and performances to the local community, and to help kids and teens develop a love of music and honing their craft in a band, CLICK HERE.

If your teens are looking for a fun jazz music experience, check out the summer Jazz Academy Band Camp, a week-long chance for peers that play music to come together and perform in Red Bank this July! CLICK HERE for details.