8 South Jersey Places to hear live music

There’s something about live music that can turn your night from ok to a complete mood. Check out some South Jersey spots where you can jam out. 

Scottish Rite Auditorium 


From rock and country to classical performances, the Scottish Rite Auditorium always has musicians taking the stage of the historic venue. Next up is The Temptations and The Four Tops on May 11 and 12. For a full schedule and tickets, visit the website

Perkins Center for the Arts – Moorestown 


Grab your lawn chairs! Perkins’ summer concert series returns June 3 with a season of live music from local performers, right on the front lawn of its Moorestown location. Shows begin each Monday at 6:30 pm. Plus, the performances are free! For a full schedule, visit the website

Ristorante LUCCA & Piano Lounge


The rotating roster of performers that you’ll hear any night you step into Ristorante LUCCA’s Piano Lounge are sure to add an elegant touch to the luxe decor, signature drinks and delicious food. For more information, visit the website

Harvest Seasonal Grill


Friday nights at Harvest are for music. Live music, specifically. Grab a seat at the bar for dinner and drinks while a local performer serenades you. For more information, visit the website.  

Monterey Grill 

Mt. Laurel

You can enjoy live music in the chic lounge at Monterey Grill – hear soothing sounds Wed thru Sat evenings and during Sunday brunch. Times vary each night so check the schedule at their website

Laurel Lanes 

Maple Shade 

Yes, we’re counting karaoke as live music. But if you’re not in the mood to show off your own skills, you can also stop by Laurel Lanes for open mic night. Laurel Lanes alternates between karaoke and open mic night each Wednesday. Check the website for a full schedule

Tiki Ten35 at Ocean Club Hotel 

Cape May 

The Ocean Club Hotel’s poolside bar really brings the tropical vibes, including frequent musical guests who perform with the beach as their background. A schedule isn’t posted, so if you’re in the area, drop by. (And if there’s no performance that night, the views – and the drinks – will more than make up for it.) For more information, visit the website

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 

Atlantic City 

Of course you know the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is a must for hearing live music. (It’s literally in the name.) But did you know just how many options they have on site? Check out the Hard Rock Cafe for Dueling Pianos. Visit The Lobby Bar or Council Oak Lounge for live music every night. Or go big with a concert at Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena. For a full schedule, visit the website

May 2024
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