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It’s time for Tails of Hope’s 4th annual Beach BBQ Bash, being held this year on Sunday, September 22nd, from 2 pm to 6 pm. This fun and fabulous fundraiser will be hosted at The Columns in Avon-By-The-Sea, NJ, and it promises to be an event to remember.
Live music, mouthwatering food (BBQ style buffet with vegetarian options included), and a cash bar with drink specials— plus a whole lot of entertainment is in store. Guests can take in gorgeous ocean views while enjoying the festivities.
Central to the fun is a 50/50 and an enormous gift basket auction showcasing dozens of baskets, featuring donations from local businesses and organizations. There will also be boardwalk-style games and other fun! The best part is that 100% of the proceeds will benefit the animals of Tails of Hope.
Tickets can be purchased for $40 in advance at tailsofhopenj.com/BBQ or by emailing email@example.com. Entrance to the event and BBQ food are included in the cost. On the day of the event tickets will be $45. This will be a cash or credit/debit card event. NO CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED!
** HUMAN ONLY EVENT **
** TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE **
** Tails of Hope reserves the right to deny entry or refuse ticket purchase for entry to any attendee it deems appropriate **
The Weeks are an indie rock band from Florence, Mississippi.
The band was formed by Cain Barnes, Chaz Lindsay, Cyle Barnes, Damien Bone and Samuel Williams in March 2006 when they were between 14 and 16 years old. The band signed to the Esperanza Plantation label, with the debut album, Comeback Cadillac, released in July 2008. The album blended southern rock and alternative, and featured a duet with labelmate Allie Peden on “Sailor Song”. Their debut EP, Rumspringa, followed in 2009.
Woodstock: 50 Years Ago -Film Premiere at The Transparent Gallery and The Baronet at the Asbury Hotel
September 26 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Join us for the premiere of the film, Woodstock: 50 Years Ago, from local documentarian, Alberto Engeli, on the rooftop of the Baronet in the Asbury Hotel at 8:00pm. The film looks back at the historic music festival in 1969. There will be a Q&A, meet and greet and light fare with participants of the film as well as a showing of Jefferson Airplane photographer, Mike Frankel’s work before the movie at 6:30pm at the Danny Clinch Transparent Gallery. The first 50 people will gain access to this part of the event. Music of Woodstock will be played throughout the event. Tickets will be going on sale this week and proceeds will go to benefit the Asbury Park Music Foundation youth initiatives.
6:30-7:30pm -Meet and Greet/Panel Discussion
8:00pm- Film showing of Woodstock: 50 Years Ago
9:00-10pm-Musical performance of Woodstock music