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Jon Bon Jovi To Play Red Bank's Count Basie on July 30

Jon Bon Jovi and the Kings of Suburbia are playing a benefit for the city's Parker Family Health Center. Read how to get tickets.

CountBasieTheatre.org
CountBasieTheatre.org
Jon Bon Jovi & The Kings of Suburbia will play a benefit concert on Wednesday, July 30th at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, it was announced today

The concert will benefit the Red Bank's Parker Family Health Center, a free health care facility serving the Monmouth County area.

Tickets are $500, $150, $125, $99, and $50 (additional handling fees can apply.) They go on sale Wednesday, July 2 at noon ET. You can buy tickets through the theater website, phone charge at 732-842-9000, or at the theatre box office, located at 99 Monmouth Street in Red Bank.

A limit of two tickets per person will be enforced, and repeat orders will be cancelled, the venue warns. Ticketing information for Jon Bon Jovi fan club and Count Basie Theatre members will be sent to those patrons separately.

Bon Jovi will perform solo with his local side band The Kings of Suburbia. "These are exciting performances where attendees can expect to hear a collection of their favorite Bon Jovi hits mixed with classic Rock & Roll songs," said a press release from the Count Basie organization. "A Jon Bon Jovi & The Kings of Suburbia performance is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity."

Founded in 2000, the Parker Family Health Center provides primary health care free of charge to low-income, uninsured Monmouth County residents. The clinic logged 11,888 patient-visits in 2013, with over 100,000 cumulative visits since the founding. Thirty-four percent of patients were from Red Bank, with the rest from all parts of Monmouth County. Health care is provided by a network of 250 volunteers who donate 10,000 hours of service annually at the clinic.

7ts July 01, 2014 at 09:12 AM
Yawn
larry July 01, 2014 at 09:17 AM
"Breaking news"? I received an email from the Count Basie on Sunday....

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