THE MOST MAGICAL DAY OF THE YEAR IN RED BANK!
Celebrate the official start of the holiday season at the 31st Annual Town Lighting and Holiday Express Concert, Friday, November 24th. Enjoy FREE PARKING and start your day early by Gobble, Wobble and Shopping your way through town to check out all of our great shops & restaurants.
PRE-SHOW & PARADE • 5:30pm • Two River Theater
At 5:30pm head on over to the Plaza at The Two River Theater (21 Bridge Ave) for a special holiday music and dance performance before Santa arrives on the Red Bank Fire Engine to lead the parade down to Broad Street! Triumph Brewing Co. will be open to grab a quick bite or drink before you head off to the big show.
THE MAIN EVENT • 7pm • Broad Street in front of Garmany
Tim McLoone and the Holiday Express band hit the stage at 7pm.We’ll be rocking the street until 8pm when we’ll all come together for a 3…2…1… countdown to LIGHTS ON! Broad Street will be closed between Reckless Place and Monmouth Street with the concert taking place in front of Garmany (121 Broad Street).
RED BANK CHRISTMAS TREE
The Red Bank Christmas Tree in Riverside Gardens Park makes for a gorgeous photo op! Makes sure to stop by before or after the main show to snap a few pictures. But remember – the concert and countdown takes place on Broad Street and you won’t want to miss it!
Not familiar with Holiday Express? Click HERE to learn more about this amazing organization!
The Holiday Express mission is to deliver music, food, gifts, financial support and friendship to those with the greatest need for the gift of human kindness during the holiday season and throughout the year.Founded in 1993 by Tim McLoone, Holiday Express believes no one should be alone at the holidays. Their programs use the healing power of music and friendship to improve the quality of life for those often forgotten. This season, we will again be visiting 100 organizations in the metropolitan tri-state area, hosting special charitable events and bringing hope and joy to nearly 30,000 people. Of the charities Holiday Express serves, the majority are registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. For many of them, traditional sources of funding are not sufficient to provide their basic needs.