Imagine a concert with a line-up like the Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Nirvana, Paul Simon, Coldplay, Abba, John Mellencamp, and Carly Simon, wow that would be one music festival! Well, that's what you will hear at the upcoming "Rock The Farm" concert in Seaside Heights. A 10-hour music festival coming to Ocean County with some of the best cover bands around. It's a great day and night of music and it's right here in Ocean County next weekend, Saturday, September 23rd. Get Your Tickets today.

 

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The 9th Annual Rock The Farm Tribute Festival will feature a fantastic line-up:

  • The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience: Led Zeppelin
  • Romeo Delight: Van Halen
  • Grateful Dub: Grateful Dead
  • Fix You: Coldplay
  • Nirvani: Nirvana
  • Coo Coo Cachoo: Paul Simon
  • Clouds In Your Coffee: Carly Simon
  • Dancing Dream: ABBA
  • Scarecrow: John Mellencamp

 

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The "Rock The Farm Tribute Festival" takes place September 23rd from noon to 10 PM on Grant Avenue in Seaside Heights. A benefit for addiction and mental health recovery. There will be food trucks, craft vendors, a beer garden, a kids zone, and more.

 

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CLICK HERE for more information and get your tickets for "Rock The Farm" It sounds like a great day and night of music and for a great cause. There is food, fun, and some of your favorite music for 10 hours in Seaside Heights. Who's your favorite in that line-up? Zeppelin? Halen, the Dead? or one of the other great bands?

 

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