There’s plenty to do in New Jersey. Whether you’re looking for a cultural experience or just a fun night out listening to live music, the venues around central NJ have you covered. Let’s look at some of the many entertainment venues Monmouth and Middlesex County have to offer.
Located in Sayreville, the Starland Ballroom is a perfect place to spend the night out and see some awesome live music. It may be on the small side as far as music venues go, but its intimate feel and retro vibe make it one of the local favorites.
PNC Bank Arts Center
If you enjoy a nice outdoor concert, PNC Bank Arts Center is a great venue to check out. The amphitheater, located in Holmdel, features both reserved seating and a sprawling lawn section which can hold approximately 10,500 people. While there are some bands who make it a point to visit PNC every summer while touring, their schedule for the summer is vast and features performances that everyone in the family will love.
The Strand Theatre
Entertaining visitorsÂ of the Jersey Shore since 1922, the historic Strand Theatre has had its share of legends grace its stage. Performers like Milton Berle, George Burns, George Carlin, and more recently Taylor Swift, have all had their hay day at the Strand.
Count Basie Theater
Since 1926, the Count Basie Theater in Red Bank has been home to a range of entertainment from music to plays, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone. The vintage look of the historic theater is enchanting, and you’ll be able to see all your favorite artists and performers.
Whatever kind of entertainment you’re looking for, you’re bound to find a venue that’s providing it in Monmouth or Middlesex county. So go exploring, you never know what you can find nearby!