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The Nerds to Play Two Limited-Capacity Shows at MPAC in Morristown, NJ in October

New Jersey’s favorite party band, The Nerds will be performing two shows at Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC) in Morristown on Friday, October 16th at 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

Not many cover bands can match The Nerds’ intensity.

Playing since 1985, The Nerds have built a loyal legion of fans all over the world. But no other area loves the geeky, ever-popluar cover band more than we do right here in the Garden State.

I last saw The Nerds on Tuesday, August 18th at the 2020 Hot Summer Nights Concert Series at the Village Green in Summit. 

Though it was my first time, I do not intend it to be my last.

From MPAC: MPAC is excited to begin welcoming patrons back in the theatre in a limited capacity. This event will be held with a maximum capacity of 150 patrons and will be seated with social distancing measures in place, per Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 183. Please click here to learn more about MPAC’s health and safety guidelines.

For more information and tour dates, visit, and you can like them on Facebook by clicking the link above to the right.

To purchase tickets to either of The Nerds’ two MAYO shows, follow this link:

— Jerry Del Priore

Filed under: Concerts, Entertainment, Music

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