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Legacy Band to Perform in Wildwood Crest, July 1

Legacy Band

By Press Release

WILDWOOD CREST – Fans of the Wildwood Crest Summer Music Series will get to see an exciting new act this weekend.
Legacy Band, one of the hottest new party bands in the Delaware Valley, will appear at Centennial Park for the first time July 1, at 7:30 p.m.
While the band itself is new, its lineup features two decades of experience in the music industry. A nine-piece band with a full rhythm and horn section and dynamic male and female lead singers, Legacy Band packs a high-energy, feel-great performance into every one of its shows. Together for less than a year, Legacy Band has already performed at many of the top nightclubs, bars, casinos and other hot spots across South Jersey and the Philadelphia area.
Saturday’s event is a free all-ages show. Attendees should bring a blanket or a chair.
Centennial Park is located at Fern Road and Ocean Avenue.
The Wildwood Crest Summer Music Series is hosted by the Wildwood Crest Recreation and Tourism Department and supported by the Wildwood Crest Tourism Development Commission.
Other upcoming entertainment includes classic rock with Sass Faction July 5; oldies, Motown and dance hits with the Showtime Dance Band July 8; and classic rock with the Billy D Light Trio July 12.
For more information about the Legacy Band, log on to For more information about the Wildwood Crest Summer Music Series, log on to or call (609) 523-0202.

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