Why See HOPE 10 - The Final Hope Concert?
The Last Hope Concert Returns to New Jersey
Now in its final year, the Hope Concert is an annual event created by rock singer Bobby Bandiera to help support charities whilst enjoying an awesome music lineup. This year will be the concert's biggest yet, with the star packed performers yet to be announced.
The concert has been used as a way of benefitting the Parker Family Health Center & POAC Autism Services, yet proceeds also go on to support many other organisations including Horizons Student Enrichment Program at Rumson Country Day School, the Visiting Nurse Association of Central New Jersey, Mary's Place By The Sea in Ocean Grove and much more.
The previous concerts have seen Blondie's Deborah Harry, Brian Fallon, Bruce Springsteen, Max Weinberg, Jon Bon Jovi, Southside Johnny Lyon and Nicole Atkins, all take to the stage, just to name a few.
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