march 2022

sat12mar12:00 pmsat6:00 pmAsbury Blues: Anthony Krizan, Billy Walton & moreat the Wonder BarBUY TICKETS NOW


Event Details

A Light of Day WinterFest 2022 Event
Asbury Blues

Billy Walton Band, Anthony Krizan Band, Bocci & The Bad Boys, Norman Seldin Dueling Pianos,  Joe Bonnano & the Godsons of Soul, Peter V Blues Band, Karen Phillips and Town & Country Band, Sharon Lasher & the Flashers, Pam McCoy, Ben Arnold, Indigo Mane, hosted by J Pat

The Event Organizer requires proof of FULL COVID-19 vaccination taken at least 2 weeks prior to the event or a NEGATIVE COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of door time. Rapid antigen tests and PCR tests are acceptable. However, HOME TESTS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. All patrons over 12 years of age will be required to present their physical vaccination record or documentation contained within the Docket smartphone app as well as a second form of government ID matching the name on their vaccine documentation is also required. New York residents may present records contained within the Excelsior app. Foreign travelers vaccinated with therapies authorized outside the United States may still attend WinterFest 2022 events so long as they can present records clearly proving their fully-vaccinated status. Patrons aged 12 and under are not required to present test results, but must remain masked during all events. THIS IS AN OPEN-ENDED POLICY SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE STATES OF NEW JERSEY and NEW YORK, THE CDC, LOCAL BOARDS OF HEALTH AND OTHER REGULATIONS.

Mission Statement:
The Light of Day Foundation utilizes the awesome power of music to raise money and awareness to fund research, education and to improve the quality of life for those who suffer from these diseases and their families in its 22 year battle to defeat Parkinson’s disease, ALS and Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) in our lifetime. Go to for more information!


(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Wonder Bar

1213 Ocean Avenue Asbury Park, NJ 07712


$15 in advance plus applicable surcharges