Enjoy an afternoon of live music as you stroll through Highland Park.
Bring your lawn chair, blanket, lunch, family and friends.
Stay in one place or follow the music map to discover the many sounds of our neighborhood from the front porches of Highland Park.
Pick up a paper map on the sidewalk at 19 S. 2nd Avenue in front of the Reformed Church of Highland Park.
Mask wearing required at all times. Social distancing practices in place.
- 67 Cleveland Avenue, 12-3pm, Shrimps’ Trio
Playing tunes from many generations/genres of jazz. An eclectic selection of music to showcase Omar Elshafi on guitar, Dan Connolly on bass, and Jem Seidel on drums.
- 211 N. 2nd Avenue, 12-2pm, Neil Kessler Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist, original folk-pop songs.
- 217 N. 4th Avenue, 12-3pm, AXB (outdoor garage on Wayne at entrance to the middle school parking lot) five piece rock and roll cover band.
- 1016 Central Avenue, 12-1pm, Esther Marcus on harp.
- 218 Magnolia Street, 12-2pm, Magnolia Street String Band
Grounded in traditional bluegrass with elements of cosmic Americana, country, and old-time as well as original compositions mixed in.
- 333 Harper Place, 12-3pm, Sampa Brazilian and Jazz Trio.
- 401 S. Second Avenue, 12-2pm, The Hammers, blues and rockabilly.
- 528 S. 2nd Avenue, 12-2pm, Baldwin St. Band
Four housemates disrupted the monotony of quarantine by learning their favorite songs together. Keyboards, trumpet, and full band vocal harmonies are showcased in their selection of danceable pop, soul, and R&B songs.
- 213 Valentine Street, 12-2pm, Valentine Street Strings.
Grant funding has been provided by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders through a grant award from the Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund. Program funded by Middlesex County, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.