Events & Tickets

Aug 25 , 2016

Bilal Free

One of the most eclectic of R&B vocal artists, Philly-born Bilal draws his inspirations from gospel, jazz, soul, blues and hip-hop. Admission is free!

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Sep 12 , 2016

Moving New Jersey’s Communities Forward Free

Moving New Jersey’s Communities Forward: A Critical Conversation about Race and Policing

Sep 17 , 2016

Betty Buckley: Ghostlight American Song

Dubbed “The Voice of Broadway,” Tony winner Betty Buckley is equally renowned for her work on stage (Cats), TV (Eight Is Enough), film (Carrie) and concert halls worldwide.

Sep 19 , 2016

Newark History Society: Innovation & Industry Free

Explore Newark's industrial heritage through some of its most famous manufacturers and inventors, including Seth Boyden and Hannibal Goodwin. Admission is free!

Sep 22 - Dec 15 , 2016

Jazz Jam Sessions Free

Celebrating its third season, NJPAC’s free jazz series moves to Clement’s Place, the intimate new club in Newark’s downtown.

Sep 22 , 2016

Styx Rock & Pop

Styx draws from over four decades of chart hits, joyous singalongs and hard-driving deep cuts: “Renegade,” “Come Sail Away,” “Blue Collar Man,” “Too Much Time on My Hands” and many more!

Sep 23 - 25 , 2016

Opening Weekend with Sarah Chang Other

Start the season in style! NJSO favorite Sarah Chang brings her “characteristic athleticism and firepower” (The Star-Ledger) to a sparkling pair of showpieces.

Sep 24 , 2016

SalsaPalooza Latin Music

You’ll leap to your feet when NJPAC hosts this explosive performance by salsa greats Tito Rojas (“El Gallo Salsero”), Charlie Aponte, Paquito Guzman, Ray De La Paz and special guests.

Oct 1 , 2016

Spotlight Gala 2016: An Evening of Elegant Soul FUNDRAISING EVENTS

Featuring 2016 Tony Award winners Leslie Odom, Jr. and Cynthia Erivo and GRAMMY® Award-nominated singer Kenny Lattimore!

Oct 6 , 2016

Grieg Piano Concerto with Stewart Goodyear Other

Honor three fathers of nationalistic music. Pianist Stewart Goodyear, called “a phenomenon” by the The Los Angeles Times, teams up with NJSO favorite Gemma New.