NJWS 2021 Outdoor Summer Concert Series

Join the New Jersey Wind Symphony at our 2021 summer concert series.  Enjoy the sound of the NJWS at six outdoor venues this summer.

Ocean Grove Great Auditorium

July 1, 2021
Ocean Grove Great Auditorium
54 Pitman Avenue, Ocean Grove, NJ

The New Jersey Wind Symphony opens the Summer Stars Classical 2021 series of concerts held annually at the Great Auditorium at Ocean Grove.  The series, led by Gordon Turk, Artistic Director, features nationally known ensembles and soloists.  Information and tickets for this concert and concert series is available here 

Overpeck Amphitheatre

July 10, 2021
Overpeck County Park
40 Fort Lee Rd, Leonia, NJ

The NJWS presents a concert of patriotic music.  Marches, classic overtures, and music written for the Sousa and Goldman bands of yesteryear will be featured on this concert.  The Overpeck Amphitheater offers a delightful venue for a Saturday evening band concert.  Bring a chair to enjoy this free concert.

Van Neste Square

July 17, 2021
Ridgewood, NJ

Spend a summer afternoon with the NJWS in beautiful downtown Ridgewood, NJ. An array of shops and restaurants offer entertainment before or after a concert of showtunes, classic film scores and march favorites.  Bring a chair to enjoy the free concert.

Van Saun County Park

July 24, 2021
Forest Avenue, Paramus, NJ

Van Saun County park offers a beautiful venue for this NJWS concert. Showtunes, classic movie scores and famous marches will be reprised at this concert.  Bring a chair to enjoy the free concert featuring music for all ages.

Hague Park

July 31, 2021
Oradell Avenue, Oradell, NJ

The NJWS returns to Hague Park in Oradell, NJ for a free concert.  Hague Park is a beautiful and quiet space and a perfect place for a summer evening concert.  Don’t forget to bring a chair to a concert of showtunes, classic film scores and march favorites.

Main Memorial Park

October 3, 2021, 2021
Rain Date – October 4, 2021
1395 Main Avenue, Clifton, NJ

Mark your calendars as you will not want to miss the final NJWS summer series concert of patriotic music.