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Journey Cover Band Frontiers to Rock Outdoor Free Concert in Berkley Heights, NJ, in July

The summer is upon us and COVID-19 restrictions have lessen all over New Jersey. With that being said, outdoor music concerts are back and bands are ready to rock n’ roll all over the Garden State.

On Wednesday, July 7th, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Frontiers, a Journey cover band, will be playing a free show at Veterans Memorial Park (113–205 Plainfield Avenue, Berkley Heights) as part of the Berkley Heights Outdoor Concert Series.

I have seen Frontiers at Mayo Performance Arts Center (MPAC), and they are a fun and outstanding band, playing all of Journey’s greatest tunes-from Don’t Stop Believing to Open Arms, and everything in between.

Lead singer Elaine Tuttle’s voice is amazing, and the rest of the band makes up great, experienced musicians.

They are so awesome, that both Steve Perry and Neal Schon said, via Twitter, that Frontiers is their favorite Journey tribute band. Therefore, why not travel back to the late 70s and 80s to enjoy a bit of rock magic in New Jersey?

Note: Make sure to bring chairs and blankets for your comfort.

–Jerry Del Priore

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