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Reservations are guaranteed a table with chairs - $20. 

At door tickets $25 get seats as available.


Pack a picnic

Wine by the bottle

bring friends - this group is foot stompin'

Concert under the Stars


Saturday June 8



The Full Grown Men play Classic Rock and music from the British Invasion with extraordinary musicianship and outstanding harmonies. The great hits of the sixties, seventies and eighties and beyond rock and roll that will keep you singing along all night!


Steve Bross - Guitar/Vocals

Bross has played in various bands such as:  

The band “Construction” in the 1980’s – a full time group which performed in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York an average of five nights per week.  “Rivals” – an original band featured in several live radio broadcasts  (WMMR and WPST) and television.   “The Chatterband” which is still a powerhouse 9 piece group based out of the Philadelphia area.

Kevin Joy - Bass/Vocals

Winner of every major advertising music award, founder and president of one of New York's most successful music houses and composer of a decade long string of hit commercials, Kevin Joy is an extraordinary talent. Composer, lyricist, producer, recording artist and ad executive, he is widely regarded as a leader and innovator in the advertising music industry.

Joe Hosey - Guitar/Vocals

Joe is a journeyman musician with a lifetime of live and studio work in and around the New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia area. Playing guitar, bass, keys and singing he has shared the stage with The Police, Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds, Ultravox, The Cramps, 999, Brian Setzer, The Romantics, Paul Carrack, Rock DiFonzo, The Hooters, Earl Slick, John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band and a host of others.

Mikey Snyder - Drums

Mikey is most notably associated with his contributions as drummer of the premier band, The A’s. He has shared the stage with a wide range of artists including: The Kinks, U2, Robert Palmer, The Talking Heads, The Ramones, Earl Slick, Kasim Sulton, and has lived to tell the tale of opening up for Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow at the Beacon Theater in NYC.

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