Are you excited for the Sea Hear Now music festival?  Like a good girl scout I want to make sure you are prepared before going to the show. Don't forget, you have to bring your vax card or show a negative COVID-19 test taken 3 days before attending the festival. On to the next...I just found out about which roads will be closed for the festival, so here are all the details:

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The Asbury Park Police Department  is gearing up for the big show so they announced on their Facebook page what road closures we can expect from September 16th through the 19th to support the Sea.Hear.Now music festival.

The road closures listed below will start on Thursday, September 16th, at 7:30 a.m. until the end of the festival on Sunday night.  I don't want to see you get towed so just be aware that there will be no parking allowed on certain streets.  Any vehicles parked on the roads below will be towed at the owner's expense.

The following streets will be closed:

-Ocean Avenue between Seventh Avenue and Third Avenue
-Seventh Avenue between Kingsley Street and Ocean Avenue
-Sixth Avenue between Kingsley Street and Ocean Avenue
-Sunset Avenue between Kingsley Street and Ocean Avenue
-Fifth Avenue between Kingsley Street and Ocean Avenue
-Fourth Avenue between Kingsley Street and Ocean Avenue
-Sunset Avenue between Kingsley Street and Webb St (south side only)
-Webb Street between Sunset Avenue and Fifth Avenue
-Kingsley Street between Sunset Avenue and Fifth Avenue (starting Friday 9/17 at 7:30 a.m.)

OK, now that all that business is out of the way...go rock out and live it up, Lord knows you've earned this. xo

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