Sunset Concert Series Announces Lineup

The Peg Egan Performing Arts Center has released the schedule of performers for its 2023 summer concert series, held at the outdoor amphitheater, 7840 Church St. in Egg Harbor. All shows take place at 7 pm unless otherwise noted.

Harry Manx, a Canadian musician who blends blues, folk and Hindustani classical music, will begin the series June 18. Naturally 7, an a cappella group that specializes in “vocal play,” is next on June 25, with Zenshin Daiko, an award-winning, 10-piece children’s group, opening at 6:30 pm. 

The Brothers Brother.

On July 2, Masters of Soul – a costumed and fully choreographed tribute to both male and female Motown groups – will take the stage. Toronto’s dynamic Chicago tribute band, Brass Transit, performs July 9, and Dailey & Vincent perform country, gospel and bluegrass July 16. Local jazz, blues and alternative musicians – including Dorothy Scott & The Peacekeepers, Hans Christian, and more – perform July 23 to coincide with the Peg Egan art fundraiser raffle. Identical twins Adam and David Moss of The Brother Brothers mix soulful harmonies with acoustic folk sounds on July 30. 

Canadian folk trio The Wailin’ Jennys will perform Aug. 6, and the Scottish folk-fusion group Skerryvore entertains Aug. 13. From Ani DiFranco’s Righteous Babes Records, the all-female powerhouse group Righteous Babes plays Aug. 20. The Six One Five Collective takes the stage Aug. 27 to present its mix of country, Americana, folk and pop.

The Wailin’ Jennys.
The Six One Five Collective.

The season ends with a Sept. 3 performance by Ana Popovic, a blues singer and guitarist who’s originally from Serbia.

Take blankets and lawn chairs, and carry-ins are allowed. In case of rain, the concerts will be held at the Alpine Resort’s performance tent.

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