Shadow of the City Moves to Stone Pony Summer Stage

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Jack Antonoff’s Shadow of the City festival, which is scheduled for this Saturday, will no longer take place on the Seaside Heights beachfront. In a move announced this morning on its social media pages, the festival will now take place at The Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park, NJ.

No changes have been made to the line-up. It will still be: The 1975, Carly Rae Jepsen, Steel Train, Borns, Frnkiero and the Cellabration, Bishop Briggs, Shamir, and Hanna. There will be a charity dunk tank benefitting local LGBT youth shelters, pop-up shops, Weird N.J. stand and more.

The Stone Pony still has a show with The Matt O’Ree Band listed as happening inside The Pony that evening, no word yet if that will rescheduled.

Tickets are still available.

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