The Indian Summer concert series returned to Asbury Park last weekend for the third year in a show headlined by The Dean Ween Group. The Post-Labor Day event is a celebration of the local music scene as well as “locals summer,” that magical time when the beaches thin out and a more relaxed atmosphere takes over. Saturday featured music at The Anchor’s Bend on three different stages. For a fee one could camp out on the beach Saturday night and enjoy a bonfire during the cooler evening.
At the same time dozens of local vendors were showing off their wares at the Asbury Park Bazaar. The pop-up market in the Grand Arcade in Convention Hall was a great way to get the word out about amazing local businesses.
The main Beach Stage featured bands The Dean Ween Group, gods, The Cold Seas, BoyToy, Needle Points and Lyons. The Overlook Stage had Wreaths, Seaside Caves and Stained Glass. The Arcade Stage featured Silent Shapes, Gringo Motel and Matt Wade Band.
YDKJ contributor Jeff Crespi was on hand at the main Beach Stage. His picture gallery is below.
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