🔵 There will be a 2023 version of Point Beach Cares benefit concert

🔵 The goal this year is to raise money to help homeless U.S. Veterans

🔵 Celebrities include the Eddie Testa Band and David Bryan of Bon Jovi


In 2022, the Point Beach Cares benefit concert effort at Jenkinson's raised nearly $200,000 to help refugees fleeing their homes in Ukraine amid the ongoing war.

Now, in 2023, there will be another Point Beach Cares benefit concert and the proceeds from this upcoming event will go towards helping homeless U.S. Veterans, according to an announcement from event organizers.

"They did THEIR job helping keep us safe, now we need to do OUR job and help them get a roof over their heads and get these brave men and women on a path to the life they deserve."

Paul Kanitra meets a Ukrainian refugee in Poland (Paul Kanitra)
Paul Kanitra meets a Ukrainian refugee in Poland (Paul Kanitra)
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Point Pleasant Beach Mayor Paul Kanitra also released a special video announcing the concert.

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At the benefit concert taking place on Saturday May 13 at Jenkinson's boardwalk, some of the celebrities taking the stage will include David Bryan of Bon Jovi, Marc Ribler from Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul, The Eddie Testa Band, and more.

Tickets are on sale as of today at noon.

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