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Radio Disney Summer Concert Series starts July 7


By On Deck Staff

Radio Disney’s top stars are coming to the Wildwoods
The Wildwood Boardwalk is going to rock with excitement in July as the red carpet is rolled out to welcome some of today’s most popular performers for kids, tweens and families in the Radio Disney AM 640 Summer Concert Series on Morey’s Mariners Landing amusement pier on Mondays and in the Oceanfront Arena at the Wildwoods Convention Center on weekends.
Radio Disney’s Raven-Symone, Drew Seeley, Jordan Pruitt, Mitchel Musso, Savvy Mandy, A Cursive Memory and Doodlebops Live! are scheduled to fill the stage with electrifying performances of the kind that have fascinated fans young and old from coast to coast.
“Radio Disney offers phenomenal family entertainment, which is why it’s the #1 network of its kind in the nation. Morey’s Piers and the Oceanfront Arena are going to be rocking with excitement for every one of these shows making the Wildwoods the place to be this summer,” said John Siciliano, executive director of the Wildwoods Tourism Authority.
The concerts are sponsored by Morey’s Piers Beachfront Waterparks and the Wildwoods Tourism Authority. Free concerts will be held every Monday in July on the 7, 14, 21 with two shows at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Mariners Landing Pier at Schellenger Avenue and the Boardwalk. The weekend concerts are in the Oceanfront Arena at the Wildwoods Convention Center on Sunday, July 13 and Saturday, July 26, and will be ticketed events.
The concert series kicks off Monday, July 7, with Vagrant Records recording group, A Cursive Memory, on Mariners Landing pier with music from their latest album, “Changes.”
On Sunday, July 13, The Doodlebops Live! light up the stage at the Oceanfront Arena with the zany antics of Deedee, Rooney, and Mo Doodle straight from their hit TV show on Playhouse Disney. This colorful and creative group entertains young fans with their unique mixture of music, dance and comedy while focusing on pro-social themes in a way that their preschooler audiences can relate to. The show is at 12:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 for Gold Circle (first five rows) and $25 for general admission.
Monday, July 14, Mariners Landing pier welcomes Hollywood Records’ Jordan Pruitt for a concert of songs from her latest album, “No Ordinary Girl.” Pruitt also performs during “Disney Channel Games” airing this summer on The Disney Channel.
Monday, July 21, Mariners Landing pier presents pop duo Mandy and Savvy for a performance featuring the hit song, “I’ll Go On” from the sisters’ holiday album, “Christmas in California.”
The concert series concludes Saturday, July 26, with an outstanding multi-act show of Radio Disney stars at the Oceanfront Arena. Actor and recording artist Mitchel Musso of “Hannah Montana” opens the show.
Next on stage will be recording artist and actor Drew Seeley, bringing hits from “High School Musical” and “The Cheetah Girls 2” soundtracks.
Hollywood Records singer/songwriter and actress, Raven-Symone will headline the show, performing songs from her self-titled album. She is renowned for her role in Disney Channel’s “That So Raven” and starred in Walt Disney Pictures “College Road Trip” with Martin Lawrence which features the single “Double Dutch Bus.” Show time is 2 p.m. Tickets are $27.50, $35 and $45.
Tickets for the weekend shows can be purchased through, 1-800-736-1420 or at the Convention Center Box Office Fridays, 4-8 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

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