Julie’s Party at Edgemont Park

The previously cancelled Julie's Party concert has been rescheduled, and is free and open to the public so come out and enjoy it for yourself!

Julie’s Party concert rescheduled.

Listening to music outside
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Fans of Julie’s Party were upset when bad weather rained out the scheduled outdoor show at Edgemont Park. However, Montclair fans can rejoice because the free concert has officially been rescheduled! The Julie’s Party concert has been rescheduled for Thursday, Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. at Edgemont Park in Montclair. The concert is free and open to the public.

According to a recent announcement, “Montclair Recreation and Cultural Affairs has rescheduled its free outdoor concert with hot, funky new band Julie’s Party to Thursday, August 13, 7:00 p.m. at Edgemont Park. The concert had to be postponed from an earlier date because of rain. Julie’s Party is Iris Schaffer, Doug Hall, Mike Levine, Matt Hauser and Howie Finkel (no, no one named Julie). Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy an evening of great music in the great outdoors.”

Julie’s Party is described on their Facebook page as “a hot, funky new band featuring Iris Schaffer, Doug Hall, Mike Levine, Matt Hauser and Howie Finkel.” Like their Facebook page @Julie’s Party to stay up to date on all of their shows and appearances.

Edgemont Park is surrounded by roads on three sides and is also located close to the Edgemont Elementary School. In one side of the park there is a pond with fountains, with water streaming into the pond from Toney’s Brook. The pond is artificial, created by a dam, and a children’s playground is also located in the park.

According to the Montclair town website, the Montclair Recreation and Cultural Affairs “offers year-round recreational, athletic and cultural programs for all ages and abilities.” These activities include events such as this upcoming free concert. Additionally, the Montclair Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department strives to serve the well-being of all residents of Montclair. They do this “through programs that encourage healthful and active lifestyles, provide opportunities for learning and enrichment and help foster a sense of community.” The department also tries to offer a a vast amount of  activities “to continue building recreational opportunities, while enhancing the quality of life for Montclair residents.”

The director of the Montclair Recreation and Cultural Affairs is Pat Brechka. The office is located on Claremont Avenue, and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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