Light of Day Winterfest
January 7th - 17th, 2022
Asbury Park, Montclair, & Red Bank, New Jersey
Website /2022 Events schedule/Tickets
The annual Light of Day Winterfest, which raises funds and awareness in the fight against Parkinson's and related diseases, features many top performers.
The venues hosting LOD WinterFest 2022 shows include: Asbury Park's Stone Pony, Wonder Bar, House of Independents, The Saint, McLoone's Supper Club, Langosta Lounge, Watermark, AP Yacht Club; The Vogel at The Count Basie Center; Montclair's Outpost In The Burbs, and Stony Point's Penguin Rep Theatre.
Light of Day has grown from a one-day event into a multi-day festival in the metropolitan area. More significantly, Light of Day has expanded into an internationally recognized tour, through a true grassroots effort of musicians, music fans and benefactors. Light of Day shows have taken place around the world on three continents, with shows in Canada, England, Wales, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Spain and Australia. Portions of the proceeds from each show are donated to a local Parkinson's organization.
Light of Day WinterFest performers have included Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny Lyon, Michael J. Fox, Joe Grushecky and The Houserockers, Joe D'Urso, Willie Nile, James Maddock, Jesse Malin, Darlene Love, Gary U.S. Bonds, Max Weinberg, LaBamba's Big Band, Jakob Dylan, Ed Kowalczyk (Live), Suzanne Vega, Jake Clemons, David Bryan (Bon Jovi), David Bromberg, John Rzeznik (Goo Goo Dolls), Alejandro Escovedo, Peter Asher, Joey Molland (Badfinger), Garland Jeffreys, Lucinda Williams, Lisa Lowell, Linda Chorney, Nicole Atkins, The Smithereens, Mike Peters and Pete Yorn.