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Sea.Hear.Now 2022

Sea.Hear.Now 2022

Stevie Nicks and Green Day will headline the 2022 edition of the Sea.Hear.Now festival on the Asbury Park oceanfront. The legendary Fleetwood Mac vocalist will close the show on Sat., Sept. 17. The five-time Grammy award winning pop punk band will top the bill on Sun., Sept. 18. Organizers have not yet announced what, if any, personal medical information will be required of persons attending the event, which also features art and surf exhibitions. [MORE]

Fodor's Travel shines spotlight on Asbury Park

Asbury Ocean Club

Fodor's Travel says Asbury Park is one of just 49 places -- and one of nine in the northeast -- on its 2022 "GO List" of destinations. The iconic travel reviewer cites our city's "unparalleled Jersey Shore energy thanks to its robust musical background and quirky events." [MORE]

Photo by Carl Beams/Backstreets.com

Tillie relocates

The massive Tillie mural that adorned the north wall of Palace Amusements made a brief public appearance in the fall as developers removed Tillie and two companion wall murals from their storage sheds near the waterfront. The artifacts have been moved to a walled-in area next to Convention Hall, where they now sit, covered by tarps. The city reportedly asked that the icons be moved to enable a work project on municipal property. [MORE]

Rendering by Lessar Design

Six-story mixed-use project eyed

Oceanfront developer iStar is proposing 206 residential units and street-level retail on a 112,000-square-foot property directly west of the Asbury Ocean Club. The project is being reviewed by the Asbury Park Planning Board. [MORE]

Rendering by MVMK Architecture

Builder plans 44-unit development

One of the more prominent multi-family housing builders in the Garden State is looking to expand its footprint with a new project just a few blocks from the ocean. [MORE]

Hurley on Instagram

Hurley comes to Main Street

Hurley, a major beach lifestyle retailer, opened a store in Asbury Park in 2021. Previously, the closest Hurley owned store was the one in Myrtle Beach, S.C. [MORE]