Catch a Show at the Newark Symphony this February

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During the cold winter months, there’s nothing like cozing up in a warm theater and catching a relaxing show. Luckily for Gaslight Commons residents, the Newark Symphony Hall, which was built in 1925 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977, is only 10 miles from your apartment.

On Feb. 10, the Newark Symphony Hall will present a soul line dance party, which definitely deviates from its usual relaxing atmosphere for those looking to have an exciting night out. From 5 p.m. to midnight, visitors can pay $5 to get line dance lessons and they can also purchase a catered dinner and drinks from the cash bar.

Also on Feb. 10, as part of the ‘Arts on Stage’ series, Ash-Bon Records presents ‘An Evening With Darryl D’Bonneau: A Pre- Valentine’s Day’ on the Newark Stage at 8 p.m. for $20 per person or visitors can purchase VIP tickets for $30 a person. ‘Arts on Stage’ is a monthly event series that takes place on the Newark Stage that showcases original productions by thriving local artists.

On Feb. 19 at the Newark City Plex (located at 360 Springfield Avenue, just off-site), will present a performance of ‘While U Were Preaching’ which costs $25 for adults, $35 for VIP, groups of 10 people or more for $20 each and seniors for $20 each. Check out this fun and exciting show for a great Sunday night out, a perfect way to end the weekend.


Newark Symphony Hall

1020 Broad Street, Newark

(973) 643-8014

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