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'Rock the Bayshore' Benefit in Hazlet

Ticket sales benefit Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and R.A.I.N.E.

Garden State Players plans to Rock the Bayshore Dec. 8 in a concert to benefit Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and R.A.I.N.E.  The concert, which will be held in Raritan High School, 419 Middle Road, Hazlet, at 7 p.m., will feature a variety of local talent covering songs from various artists including Adele, Rodgers and Hammerstein,  Christina Aguilera,  Janis Joplin,  Carrie Underwood, Mama’s and the Papa’s, Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen, fun and Alicia Keys.

The concert will feature Brittany Boardwick (Keyport), Trevor Cahill (Keyport), Gabriella Concepcion (Hazlet), Kyle Conway (Keyport), Lelise DeMieri (Keyport), Erica Kostyz (Wanamassa), Kevin McGee (Keansburg), Melisa Pleconis (Belmar), Dan Puma (Red Bank), Ellie Rodriguez (Old Bridge), Frank Slater (Keyport), Lizzie Stefanic (Middletown), Becky Stromberg (Matawan), Joe Thompson (Asbury Park) and Dawson Zembricki (Hazlet). Production supervisors  are Dan Puma (Red Bank), Anne Chretien Kaufman (Middletown), Lauren Matthews Raad (Hazlet) and Chuck Cutaia (Asbury Park).

Tickets are $18/ person and may be purchased online at http://www.gardenstateplayers.org/Tickets.html.  Tickets will also be available at the door.

Thanks to a generous donation from Keyport IHOP and Bellyflop Café, which are sponsoring our administrative costs, as well the Hazlet School District, 100 percent of ticket sales will be donated to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.  The evening of the event, toys and gift cards will be collected for R.A.I.N.E.’s annual toy drive.  For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/GardenStatePlayers, call (732) 497-2998 or email info@GardenStatePlayers.org.

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