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TONY MART PRESENTS FREE CLASSIC ROCK STARS IN CONCERT AT MARDI GRAS AC 2018

The 2018 CRDA Summer Concert Series, Mardi Gras AC, stars the living legend of rock and roll, Gary US Bonds, Wednesday, June 27 and Bruce Springsteen’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Drummer Vini “Mad Dog” Lopez with the Jersey Shore’s own rock and soul guitar hero, Billy Walton on July 4th.

The remarkably free summer concerts will feature the famous Gary US Bonds and his Roadhouse Rockers performing his many hits including the immortal “Quarter to Three” and “New Orleans”, “This Little Girl” written for him by Bruce Springsteen and many hits he has performed with the greatest rock stars all over the world,
The July 4th concert features a tribute to Bruce Springsteen performed by the original E Street drummer who actually recorded Rosalita and many famous songs with the E Street Band, VIni “Mad Dog” Lopez with the Billy Walton Band doing a tribute to Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes as Billy was, himself, a Juke for several years.

Bring your dancin’ shoes and your festival chairs as seating is limited; and remember, if the weather is bad all shows will be performed in the official hotel of Mardi Gras AC, the Showboat Hotel at Delaware Ave and the Boardwalk.

Let the Good Times Roll at Mardi Gras AC summertime 2018!
 

 

2017 CRDA SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG THAT MUST EMERGE

Our Atlantic County based company, Tony Mart Presents, is grateful to Atlantic City, Atlantic County and New Jersey officials, especially those at the CRDA for the government support and the opportunity we have been given. 

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