The reggae band Dirty Heads is hoping to score a big crowd on the sand in Seaside Heights.
One of the nation’s most popular reggae groups – they combine reggae sounds like rock and hip-hop a la Sublime – Dirty Heads is hosting a free concern in Seaside Heights July 22.
“We love Jersey so much, we’re going to do a free show for you,” said band-member Jared “Dirty J” Watson, who also plugged the “price” of attending: one empty can of Monster energy drink to recycle.
The concert area will open at 6 p.m. and the show will begin at 7:30 p.m. on July 22, officials said. Cans will be collected at each entrance to the Grant Avenue beach stage, where the concert is being held. Guests under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Beach chairs, umbrellas and tents are not permitted on the beach or Boardwalk Promenade for the event. Guests are “strongly encouraged” not to bring purses, knapsacks, backpacks, or bags of any kind since there will be a security screening before entry.
For more information, including handicap access and additional rules, visit the borough tourism website page on the concert.