Summerfest at Windward Beach Park is fast approaching, and it's such a fun summertime tradition here near the Jersey Shore.

The free concert series brings in some seriously talented artists, and this year's lineup is no different.

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Here's The Lineup Up For Brick, NJ's Summerfest 2023

July 6th features music from Super Trans Am, July 13th features the Amish Outlaws, July 20th Jessies Gril will perform and on July 27 we'll see Garden State Radio hit the state.

You can read more on the bands and the general schedule of festivities for Brick Summer Fest here. 

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Photo by BRUNO CERVERA on Unsplash

As much fun as Summerfest is, parking does tend to be a problem.

The concert series brings thousands of people to Windward Beach Park and the traffic can be otherworldly.

Fortunately, just like last year shuttle bus service will be available for concert-goers so you don't have to worry about parking.

Where Are The Shuttle Bus Spots For Brick Summerfest 2023?

Shuttle bus service headed to Windward Beach Park will start up at 5 PM on the night of the concerts and return service to the parking areas will begin at 8 PM.

According to Brick Patch, you can bring your chairs and coolers onto the shuttle busses, however, coolers may not contain any alcohol.

Photo by Sandrene Zhang on Unsplash
Photo by Sandrene Zhang on Unsplash

Don't worry though, they have a beer garden at the park.

Shuttle bus pick up and drop off will be available at the following locations, according to Patch

  • Drum Point Elementary School
  • Veterans Memorial Middle School
  • Midstreams Elementary School
  • Lanes Mill School
  • Brick Township High School
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Photo by Giorgio Trovato on Unsplash

Shuttle service is such a nice addition to the Summerfest series at Windward Beach Park, there's only one road in and out and the parking situation is stressful, to say the least.

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