Thursday to Saturday, July 19-21
8 P.M. BORGATA // $199, $249, $349
WHAT TO EXPECT: Former teen star Britney Spears exploded onto the scene in 1999 with “…Baby One More Time” and proceeded to rule the pop charts with hit after hit. She is the best-selling artist of the 2000s and has been referred to as the “Princess of Pop.” At Borgata fans will get a chance to see Spears in a well-choreographed production that includes performances of all of her big hits including “Oops!...I Did it Again,” and “…Baby One More Time,” “Stronger” and “I’m a Slave 4 U.”
Friday, July 20
LOVE AND THEFT WITH HUDSON MOORE
8 P.M. HARD ROCK // $20
WHAT TO EXPECT: From Fort Worth, Texas, comes Hudson Moore, a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who is one of country music’s rising stars. He has opened up for legends such as ZZ Top, Alan Jackson and Rascal Flatts and his 2016 album “Getaway” garnered positive reviews from “Rolling Stone.” Concertgoers will enjoy hearing tracks from that album along with his 2017 single “Just Wanna Love You” and his recent release “Other Side.”
DEVON ALLMAN AND HIS BAND
7 P.M. THE BEACH IN SOMERS POINT // FREE
WHAT TO EXPECT: Son of the late great Gregg Allman, Devon Allman has proven over the course of his career that the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree. He’s released three albums since then and has performed live extensively. On Friday, Allman and his band will rock the beach in Somers Point with their passionate style of Southern rock and blues.
Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21
9 P.M. BORGATA // $39
WHAT TO EXPECT: Human Nature is an Australian vocal quartet that performs the great hits of Motown as well as original material. The group is comprised of Michael Tierney, Anthony Tierney, Phil Burton and Toby Allen backed by a 7-piece band called The Funk Foundation. Human Nature has had 17 platinum hits and has sold over 2 million albums.
Saturday, July 21
7 P.M. HARD ROCK // $35, $50 AND $65
WHAT TO EXPECT: Gin Blossoms roared to the top of the pop charts in 1993 with their single “Hey Jealousy.” “New Miserable” was the breakthrough album for the group and also featured the hits “Found Out About You” and “Allison Road.” 1996’s “Congratulations I’m Sorry,” contained the hit “Follow You Down.” Simple, melodic pop/rock songwriting has always been the band’s principle strength. Fans will enjoy hearing all their favorites at Hard Rock.
8 P.M. HARD ROCK // $55, $75
WHAT TO EXPECT: After winning “Nashville Star” in 2006, Chris Young’s career took off with the release of his self-titled album and the singles “Drinkin’ Me Lonely” and “You’re Gonna Love Me.” As more albums followed, the hits kept coming with “Voices,” “The Man I Want to Be,” “Tomorrow,” “You” and “Aw Naw.” In 2017 he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Fans can expect a dynamic performance from Young at the Hard Rock on Saturday.
Sunday, July 22
4 AND 8 P.M. BORGATA // $59, $69, $79
WHAT TO EXPECT: Jeff Dunham is a stand-up comedian and ventriloquist whose cast of puppets includes an old man named Walter, a woozle named Peanut, a talking jalapeno named Jose, Achmed the Dead Terrorist and Melvin, the Superhero Guy. The Dallas native plays straight man to his outrageous hand-held co-stars who aren’t afraid to be politically incorrect, especially Achmed the Dead Terrorist who continually utters the line “I kill you.” In addition to being a talented ventriloquist, Dunham is also well-adept at improvisation and always gets the audience involved. Politics, pop culture, current events and everyday life are all topics routinely covered by Dunham and his crew of zany characters.
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 24 AND 25
8 P.M. HARD ROCK //$20
WHAT TO EXPECT: Comedian Kevin Bozeman began performing stand-up after bouncing around from job to job after finishing college. Finally on stage he found a career that suited him. He was a semi-finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and has appeared on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend.” His totally relatable takes on parenting in the modern age are clever, true to life and hilarious.
VARIOUS DATES AND TIMES
LEGENDS IN CONCERT
HARRAH’S // $40 ($20 CHILDREN AGES 3-16)
WHAT TO EXPECT: Legends in Concert began in Las Vegas in the 1980s and has become the world’s most successful tribute show. With a constantly revolving cast, Legends has presented tributes to hundreds of different performers in every genre from rock and pop to R&B, Hip Hop and Soul. The current roster includes tributes to Elvis Presley, Whitney Houston, Cher, Sting and Frank Sinatra.