Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

The RJA story goes back to 2003, actually much further back to when brothers Ronnie and Randy Winter first started playing on acoustic guitars their grandfather gave them, but we’ll skip the ‘they learned to play and formed a bunch of bands that ultimately lead them down the path to glory’ bit and jump in where they were making so much noise that it attracted Virgin Records who snapped them up released the bands debut LP, Dont You Fake It in 2006.

By the end of that year the album was certified Gold in the US, charted the singles Guardian Angel and their best known song, the anti domestic violence focused, Face Down (which is also featured in several video games) and spawned four music videos. A deluxe edition was released in early 2007 featured the track Disconnected which up until then was only available to Australian fans.

Pat Llewellyn & the Parade

The best parades are momentous occasions, celebrations showcasing superlative entertainment. Spectators become seduced, transformed, and, most of all, adrenalized, by energetic music. The rock & roll parade—namely, Pat Llewellyn and The Parade—is in full swing and coming to a stage near you. Featuring Pat Llewellyn (vocals/guitar), Steve Pultz (guitar/vocals), Mike Bell (bass), Nick Pultz (drums), and Dan Rodriguez (lead guitar), this parade is Jersey’s most sought-after and revered.
Because of the quintet’s fast-growing reputation, the rock & roll club scene is abuzz. The Parade, dazzling audiences on tour, is unmatched in terms of song selection and stage prowess. Classily dressed, hip, and performing balanced, electrifying sets, Pat Llewellyn and The Parade embody sheer power, showmanship, and a refined sound. Whether supporting or headlining, this veteran ensemble has made a habit of stealing the show. Join the fun. Behold the Parade.

Stereo Jo

Mixing funk and groove rock to re-energize your soul with our feel good music!
Stereo Jo has been active in the New Jersey original music scene since 2015. Defined by dynamic beats, melodic bass, vocal harmonies, and groovy guitar solos, Stereo Jo is extremely energetic and upbeat. They are becoming known for their improvisational abilities -- as well as wild stage antics.

$15.00

Tickets

$15 in advance, or $20 cash at the door

$5 Food & Beverage minimum collected in cash at door for all guests under the age of 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant.

Who’s Going

Upcoming Events
Stanhope House - Main Stage