The Best South Jersey Music Festivals
2018 Blue Grass, Country, Rock, Jazz, and Folk Festivals
The 2018 South Jersey music festivals typically appear at large,
destination venues, mostly outdoors. Music enthusiasts of all ages and
interests can enjoy outdoor music festivals including blue grass,
country, rock, jazz, folk, contemporary, and many other types of music.
festivals range from jam sessions to multi-stage performances and can
feature any where from up-coming, new breed artists to established, well
Note: This information is provided by event sponsors as a free service to our viewers. Sometimes conditions require cancellations or changes of dates, times and location which are not reflected in the original schedule. Before planning a trip to visit one of the listed events, it is suggested that you call the event sponsor to confirm the event schedule or for additional information on the event.
September 2018 South Jersey Music Festivals & Events
The 47th Annual Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival
Labor Day Weekend, August 31, September 1, 2, 2018; noon to 11pm
Salem County Fairgrounds
725 Route 40
Pilesgrove Township, NJ
Website (Line-up, schedule, and Tickets)
This family music festival features southern Appalachian old-time and bluegrass and related music styles. For kids, there is also a Children's Stage.
The festival site has plenty of room for camping for tenters as well as RVers, and unlike many other festivals, they do not charge extra for camping. Weekend ticket holders may camp on the grounds at no charge, but camping is available only to weekend ticket holders - daily ticket holders may not bring vehicles or camping gear into the campground.
Annual Wildwood Block Party and Music Festival
Sunday, September 2, 2018;, 11am - 11pm
(across from the Wildwoods Convention Center on Ocean Avenue between Burk and Montgomery Avenues)
This family festival event will feature free live entertainment, craft and food vendors and many entertainers. Admission to the block party and concert is Free.
Camp Jam in the Pines
September 13 - 15, 2018
Paradise Lakes Campground
This annual event
features national, international, and regional touring acts while still showcasing local talent. Camp Jam is an eclectic mix of blues, bluegrass, funk, country and good ol' rock-n-roll (just to name a few).In addition to a strong following, Camp Jam is graced with wonderful craft and food vendors, as well as yoga workshops and even kid's activities. So if fun in the sun with like minded folks and a truly unique musical experience sounds good to you, come on out to Camp Jam in the Pines (no camping required, but you may want to stay for a while)
Paradise Lake Campground is located in the heart of the Pine Barrens, surrounded by Wharton state forest. The secluded campground features a Cedar lake and a beach on which our main stage is built.
Boots at the Beach
September 14, 15, 16, 2018; (Rain or shine)
Olde New Jersey Ave
North Wildwood, NJ
Southern New Jersey's largest country festival. Country vendors,crafts, wares and more! Country bands, Dj's, line dancing, and food. All in a great outdoor setting by the seaside in beautiful North Wildwood. A good Olde Time for the entire family. The event includes an open air concert and vendors for people to choose from. The event is held on Olde New Jersey Avenue in the Entertainment District that allows many options for guests in the areas of beverages, food, and many other entertainment options.
Medford Oktoberfest & Music Festival
Saturday Sept 15th 2018; Noon till 7 pm (Rain or Shine)
Medford's Freedom Park
86 Union Street
Medford, NJ 08055
Free Admission, All Ages, Free On-Site Parking
Three Stages of Live Music with Food Trucks, a Beer Garden The line-up of performers includes:
KID FELIX THE PARSNIP REVOLT, SHOOBIES HIDEAWAY, HOOCHI COOCHI NAMARAH, HAMBONE RELAY, THE QUIXOTE PROJECT PIZZLE & THE SIZZLE SISTERS, SARA JAMES & JOEY DITULLIO, CAMILLE PERUTO, SCOTT BARKAN, BOULEVARD EXPRESS, KYLIE WESTERBECK, ST. BEAR, and TRADITIONAL GERMAN MUSIC FROM POLKADELPHIA
October 2018 South Jersey Music Festivals & Events
40th Annual Deerfield Township Harvest Festival
October 4, 5, 6, 7, 2018; 12:00 PM until 10:00 PM
Rosenhayn Fire and Rescue and Frank LoBiondo, Sr. Park
GPS: 678 Morton Avenue
Website & Entertainment Schedule
This event pays tribute to local farmers and salutes Country Stars & Stripes. The festival's outstanding entertainment lineup features local and regional entertainers coupled with established and rising national performers. It also includes a parade, arts & crafts show, mascot mania, amusement rides and games, a Songfest competition, dessert baking challenge, multi-cultural food court and fireworks on Sunday @ 9:30pm.pm.
Annual Seafood & Music Festival
Saturday, October 6, 2018; 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
between Wildwood and Schellenger Avenues
The festival will feature 2 stages of live music plus crafters, food vendors, games, a pie eating contest and much more! A “Kids Korner” with activities including pumpkin painting, crab hat making and inflatable bounce house.
Annual Pine Barrens Jamboree at Wells Mills Park
October 13th, 2018; 11am - 4pm (rain or shine)
Wells Mills County Park
Parking and admission FREE
This annual event features a fun filled day of music of the pines, cultural demonstrations, traditional crafts, nature and history programs. Attendees will sit under the big tent and enjoy a fun filled day of county, bluegrass and traditional music presented by the musicians from Albert Music Hall.
November 2018 South Jersey Music Festivals & Events
Annual Exit Zero Jazz Festival
November 9, 10, 11, 2018
The festival is held in Multiple Venues Throughout Cape May, NJ
Cape May, NJ
Cape may comes alive this weekend
with more than 40 jazz performances taking place in a three day multi-venue festival featuring.Dianne Reeves, Stefon Harris & Blackout, Terell Stafford Quintet, Kurt Elling, Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra Conducted by Carla Bley, Bob James Trio, Marcus Miller, Davina & The Vagabonds, Banda Magda, Conjunto Philadelphia, Joanna Pascale, Big Sam's Funky Nation, New Breed Brass Band, Kermit Ruffins, Ameranouche, Robin McKelle, Matt Cappy, Daisy Castro, and others,
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