We are about to go into August and summer continues to roll on here in New Jersey. We have had a great summer so far and there are lots left to enjoy, including fantastic concerts coming to the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, Monmouth County.

 

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I have already been to a few and loved them including most recently Tears for Fears which was a fun show. I wanted to share with you a list of great shows that are still coming up this summer and shows you can still get tickets to see. This way you can enjoy some of the best groups on tour this summer and stay close to home.

I do love the PNC Bank Arts Center because it is an amphitheater, so you can have regular concert seating or hit the grass and kick back under the stars. The Arts Center is always a comfy place for a show that's just a few miles away right along the Garden State Parkway.

 

 

 

Shawn Michaels
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Upcoming concerts at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey:

 

Keith Urban: July 29th

Kidz Bop Live 2022: August 5th

Goo Goo Dolls: August 13th

Santana & Earth, Wind and Fire: August 14th

Rod Stewart & Cheap Trick: August 16th

Imagine Dragons: August 18th

Styx & REO Speedwagon with Loverboy: August 20th

Encanto the Sing Along Film Concert: August 21st

Kid Rock with Foreigner: August 27th

 

As you can see there are plenty of great shows still to come at the PNC Bank Arts Center to enjoy, have a great second half of summer!

 

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