Events & Tickets

Feb 25 , 2017

All-State Symphonic Band Other

NJPAC and NJMEA Present

Feb 26 , 2017

Brain Candy Live! Starring Adam Savage & Michael Stevens Other

Adam Savage, television's beloved MythBuster, joins forces with YouTube Vsauce sensation Michael Stevens for this mind-blowing, interactive theatrical experience that features more than three tons of their crazy toys and incredible tools.

Mar 3 , 2017

Arlo Guthrie / Taj Mahal Variety

Two musical legends, on stage together: folk music icon Arlo Guthrie and southern country and blues artist Taj Mahal in one incredible night. Hear “City of New Orleans,” “Statesboro Blues” and more!

Mar 5 , 2017

The Chieftains with special guests Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy World Music

Six-time Grammy winners and cultural ambassadors The Chieftains and the First Couple of Celtic music join forces in an evening of astonishing fiddle and song – just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!

Mar 11 , 2017

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™ in Concert Family

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra

Mar 11 , 2017

Stanley Jordan and Billy McLaughlin Rock & Pop

Two guitar virtuosos in a single evening! Four-time Grammy nominee Stanley Jordan and Emmy winner Billy McLaughlin.

Mar 12 , 2017

Rob Paparozzi at Dorthaan’s Place Jazz

Jersey-based frontman, singer and harmonica player Rob Paparozzi brings a wide range of musical styles to NJPAC’s jazz brunch series at NICO Kitchen + Bar.

Mar 18 , 2017

Judy Kuhn: Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel American Song

A new show by four-time Tony Award nominee Judy Kuhn (Fun Home) celebrates a century of American Song from one remarkable family: Richard Rodgers, his daughter Mary Rodgers and her son, Adam Guettel.

Mar 19 , 2017

Trilogy: An Opera Company: Das Rheingold Classical

Trilogy: An Opera Company, directed by Kevin Maynor, performs Wagner’s Das Rheingold – the first in the composer’s famed Ring cycle – in collaboration with the New Jersey Festival Orchestra.

Mar 23 - 25 , 2017

Zhang Conducts Beethoven's Seventh Other

Lukáš Vondráček, called “one of the greatest pianistic talents of our times” (Stuttgarter Zeitung), takes on Shostakovich’s intense, brilliant concerto. Prokofiev’s clever First and Beethoven’s stirring Seventh make sparkling companions.