The Brook Arts Center Announces Its Fall Season

Brook Arts Center Fall 2022 Season

Our fall 2022 season offers varied and dynamic experiences in music, comedy, and theater starting Saturday, September 10.

September 10: Well Alright, A Rolling Stones Tribute performs the biggest hits from the Rolling Stones catalog with the look, energy, and musical detail providing fans with the ultimate Stones experience.

September 17: The Duprees. For more than six decades The Duprees have entertained audiences who love the unique and romantic sound that has echoed through time.

September 24: NJ’s best Pink Floyd tribute band, PINK FLOYD USA EXPERIENCE, plays all the classics, highlighted by lights, fog, lasers, and videos!

October 1: Winslow, An Evening of the Eagles recreates the live performance of The Eagles and the signature sound that made them one of the most successful artists in the 7O’s.

October 8: Comedian Bobby Collins comedic characterizations expose the humor of day-to-day situations and serve up resplendent rants on world events.

October 15: Shadow Cast Friday Nite Specials presents the cult classic movie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show

October 22: An Evening with Psychic and Clairvoyant Nini Grace.

October 21: Jackie DiMaggio tribute to legendary Connie Francis. Joined by Doo-Wop groups The Mello-Kings, Bobby D’Andrea’s The Knockouts and Gene DiNapoli’s tribute to the King – Elvis!

October 28: Motor City Revue faithfully recreates the signature Motown sound with its authentic tribute to the artists and songs that defined a generation

November 11-20: Seussical is a fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza! Immerse yourself in the world of all our favorite Dr. Seuss characters – Horton, The Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, Mayzie, and a little boy with a big imagination – Jojo.

Visit our website for information and advance discounted tickets or call 732-469-7700. Box Office Opens at 6 p.m. for walk-up sales. Concessions, bar, and free parking are available. The Brook Arts Center is in Bound Brook, NJ, one block from the Bound Brook Train station and a few short miles from Rt 22, 287, and 78.

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