Light of Day Winterfest 2019 Women In Song
Saturday, January 19
Doors 12:00pm, $8/$12
(Early Show) Light Of Day Winterfest 2019 and The Saint Present Women In Song Rock Acoustic with Mary McCrink (4pm) / Taylor Tote (3:30pm) / Strumberry Pie (3pm) / Jo Wymer (2:30pm) / The Wag (2pm) / Pam McCoy (1:30pm) / Martin Howth (Audra) (1pm) / Jennifer Santa Maria (12:30pm).

A Little Bit About Light Of Day: The funds raised are donated to help the fight against Parkinson's disease and related illnesses by funding research into better treatments, cures and support for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease and related illnesses. The funds raised are donated to help the fight against Parkinson's disease and related illnesses by funding research into better treatments, cures and support for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease and related illnesses. All proceeds to benefit Light of Day Foundation.

Light of Day Winterfest 2019
Saturday, January 19
Doors 7:00pm, $8/$12
Light of Day Winterfest 2019 Presents From Asbury Park, The Morgan Freemasons feat. Lou Montesano (Status Green) (10:30pm) / The Vansaders (9:30pm) / Geena And Dragster (8:30pm) / Wetbrain (7:30pm) / The Board Lordz (11:45pm) / TBA (12:45am) and special guests.

A Little Bit About Light Of Day: The funds raised are donated to help the fight against Parkinson's disease and related illnesses by funding research into better treatments, cures and support for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease and related illnesses. The funds raised are donated to help the fight against Parkinson's disease and related illnesses by funding research into better treatments, cures and support for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease and related illnesses. All proceeds to benefit Light of Day Foundation.

Light of Day Winterfest 2019
Sunday, January 20
Doors 12:00pm, $10
(Early Show) Light of Day Winterfest 2019 with Musicians On A Mission Present Rock feat. Dan Amato & The Sentimental Gentleman (4:15pm) / High Season (3:15pm) / The Well Wish (2:15pm) / The Extensions (1:15pm) / Sonic Blume (12:15pm).

A Little Bit About Light Of Day: The funds raised are donated to help the fight against Parkinson's disease and related illnesses by funding research into better treatments, cures and support for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease and related illnesses. The funds raised are donated to help the fight against Parkinson's disease and related illnesses by funding research into better treatments, cures and support for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease and related illnesses. All proceeds to benefit Light of Day Foundation.

Light of Day Winterfest 2019 Last Note with Predator Dub Assassins
Sunday, January 20
Doors 7:30pm, $8/$12
(Holiday Sunday) Light of Day Winterfest 2019 & The Saint Present Last Note feat. Rock Groove Reggae Funk with Predator Dub Assassins (11:10pm) / The F.L.O.W. and Friends (10pm) / Des & The Swagmatics (9pm) / Random Test (8pm) / and special guests.

A Little Bit About Light Of Day: The funds raised are donated to help the fight against Parkinson's disease and related illnesses by funding research into better treatments, cures and support for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease and related illnesses. The funds raised are donated to help the fight against Parkinson's disease and related illnesses by funding research into better treatments, cures and support for patients suffering from Parkinson's disease and related illnesses. All proceeds to benefit Light of Day Foundation.

Amanda Fama
Tuesday, January 22
Doors 6:45pm, $7
Asbury Cafe Presents Amanda Fama ("Disaster In Blue" Available Now. Amanda LeeAnn is a Trending News Writer at Elite Daily. When Amanda's not writing articles, she's writing songs.) and special guests.
Jakals
Wednesday, January 23
Doors 7:30pm, $8
The Saint Presents Rock Indie feat. From Boston, Jakals ("In a world where it feels like the accessibility and commercial quality of music is considered above all else, Boston-based Jakals are proof that being emotionally vulnerable really never goes out of style. Their latest EP, BAT BRAINS, bares it all, unabashedly committed to digging from personal experiences of pain and trauma.") / From Boston, Hope & Things / Algebra II / Shred Flintstone and special guests.
Ant Beale
Thursday, January 24
Ant Beale
Doors 7:00pm, $15/$20
Presented by 1012 Entertainment with Music by Dr. Spill feat. Ant Beale / Nate Taylor / Solo Dolor / Blaze / fuego / Yungmags and Sammy Stacks.
HANKANDBEZZY
Friday, January 25
Doors 7:00pm, $10
(Early Show) THE SAINT Presents Rock featuring HANKANDBEZZY (8pm) (This is not a band, it's a manifesto.)
City Vision
Friday, January 25
City Vision
Doors 9:45pm, $10
(Late Show) The Saint Presents Rock feat. City Vision (EP Release Party) and special guests.
Far Out
Saturday, January 26
Far Out
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Nick Wolf Presents Far Out at the Saint featuring Blaise / Airplane Man / Backhouse / Electric Sensei / The Mercury Brothers.
Misfit Johnny
Sunday, January 27
Doors 5:30pm, $10
(Early Show) Rock: PRIDE: Misfit Johnny Plays U2 / Strumberry Pie and special guests.
Most Dope
Wednesday, January 30
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Hip Hop feat. Most Dope and special guests.
River Rats
Thursday, January 31
River Rats
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock Groove feat. River Rats / Daly Rituals and special guests.
Dave Mooney and Viewers Like You
Friday, February 1
Doors 7:00pm, $10
3143 Management & True State Management Present Dave Mooney and Viewers Like You / Cat In The Wall / Hang Tight / The Ellis Wilkinson Band / with special guest En Deilrium.
Lakehouse Music Academy
Saturday, February 2
Doors 1:00pm, Free!
Lakehouse Music Academy (LMA) (Relevant Real-Life Music Education) Presents All-Ages Show, Artists/Musical Acts TBA.

LMA is a progressive music school, featuring group performances and individual lessons. Our program is committed to the development of comprehensive musicianship for every student, at every level, at every age. Free show. 1pm to 4pm.

Dusty's Cheap Thrills Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet After-Party
Saturday, February 2
Doors 7:00pm, Free!
Dusty's Cheap Thrills Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet After-Party at The Saint Feat. Musical Guests: Greasy Hearts / Old Lady / Gristmill.
Jacke Tripp
Wednesday, February 6
Doors 7:30pm, $8
The Saint Presents Hip Hip feat. Jacke Tripp (Blue Hawk Recording Artist) / Arty J / J Cast / Tico / King Jus.
Wreaths
Friday, February 8
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Carhart Presents Wreaths / Ba Babes / Sunshine Spazz / Skinny Dickies and special guests.
Blew Money
Saturday, February 9
Blew Money
Doors 7:00pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. Blew Money (Release Party feat. Deseree Spinks, Ritchie Oddo. Metamorphosis, Jimmy Farkas, Joe Harvard, Romulan, Dark Rebel, Kwest Rock, Randy Preston, Kevin Grossman and James McCaffrey) / Cosmic Fluffnaut (9:30pm) / Velveeta Feat. Joe Harvard (8:40pm) / Smile Mafia (8pm) / Prospec, Romulan, Preach (7:30pm) / DJ Danny Stax Spins / Blacklight Party Gets Weird (11pm).
Matthew Curry
Sunday, February 10
Doors 6:30pm, $13/$15
The Saint Presents From Bloomington-Normal, IL, Matthew Curry (Simply, he is a singer-songwriter writing songs that draw from personal inspirations, incorporating elements of blues, rock, southern rock, and old school country in to his repertoire.) and special guests.
Ecstatic Vision
Friday, February 15
Doors 7:30pm, $10
Carhart Presents: Ecstatic Vision / gods / The Tide Bends / Career Opportunities.
Lily & Madeleine
Wednesday, February 20
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$15
The Saint Presents From Indianapolis, IN, Lily & Madeleine (New West Records - New Release out 1/25/19) and special guests.
Charlie Mars
Friday, February 22
Doors 6:00pm, $20/$23
(Early Show) Asbury Cafe Presents Acoustic Rock feat. From Oxford, MS, Charlie Mars (Mars has come upon the ideal musical vehicle for his achingly soulful, Gram Parsons-like drawl and languorously meditative songs.) and special guests.

Mississippi-born singer/songwriter Charlie Mars is a country- and folk-inflected pop artist blessed with a warm vocal croon and a knack for crafting poignant, earthy songs. Born in 1974 in Laurel, Mississippi, Mars grew up listening to various styles of pop/rock, from Michael Jackson to the Violent Femmes. Just prior to his senior year of high school, Mars moved with his family to Jackson, Mississippi, where he attended Jackson Preparatory School and played in the band Adley Madidafus. After graduating high school in 1992, he attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. During this time, he began seriously pursuing a music career, often playing with fellow SMU student, singer/songwriter Jack Ingram. It was also while at SMU that Mars formed the Charlie Mars Band and released several albums, including 1995's Broken Arrow, 1997's Born & Razed, and 1999's End of Romance.

Along with this early success came a hard-partying lifestyle and taste for alcohol that found him disbanding his group and entering rehab for a month. In 2001, looking to start fresh, Mars moved to Sweden where began writing new material. Re-energized, he returned to the United States where he spent time in Austin, Texas and eventually released his 2004 self-titled album on V2 Records. After settling in New York City in 2008, he began work on what would eventually become his "Texas Trilogy." Recorded with producer Billy Harvey and a core group of musicians in Austin, the trilogy includes 2009's Like a Bird, Like a Plane and 2012's Blackberry Light. In 2014, Mars rounded out the trilogy with the release of his seventh studio album, the Harvey-produced Money. ~ Matt Collar, Rovi

Pocket Vinyl
Tuesday, February 26
Doors 7:00pm, $8
The Saint Presents Acoustic Rock feat. From New London, CT, Pocket Vinyl (Their unique live show consists of Eric Stevenson slamming the piano while Elizabeth Jancewicz creates a painting on stage, which is then auctioned off to the highest bidder at every show. Every painting is 100% unique.) and special guests.
Wild Moccasins
Thursday, February 28
Doors 7:30pm, $13/$15
The Saint Presents Rock Indie feat. From Houston, TX, Wild Moccasins (Wild Moccasins looks to the glamour and wide-eyed sincerity of new wave to make wildly charming pop music that examines our flaws and triumphs with shimmering guitars and pulsing synths.) and special guests.
Little Vicious
Friday, March 1
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. Little Vicious / Wetbrain / From Brooklyn, NY, The Damn Jackels (With vocals that snarl, beats that kick and a delirious mashing of psych and punk aesthetics Damn Jackals deliver the type of garage rock that riles up crowds.) and special guests.
The Burns
Saturday, March 9
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint Presents Rock feat. The Burns (Two Year Anniversary! Good boys playing rockin' tunes. Comprised of four Monmouth County natives, The Burns bring their spin of classic blues rock, that was punched in the nuts by the '90s, that then had a kid with that early 2000's alt-rock we all know and love.) / From Washington, DC, Of Tomorrow and special guests.
Pierce Turner
Sunday, March 10
Pierce Turner
Doors 2:30pm, $15/$20
(Early Show) featuring From NYC/Wexford, Ireland, Pierce Turner and special guests.
Kim Richey
Wednesday, April 10
Doors 6:30pm, $20/$25
(Early Show) Asbury Cafe Presents From Nashville, TN, Kim Richey (Part of what draws them to the dusky honey of her crystalline alto is the way she writes: to and from the soul, never flinching from the conflicts and crushing moments, yet always finding dignity and resilience.) and special guests.

An intimate, seated, no talking during the performances show.

Far Out
Misfit Johnny
Wreaths
Ecstatic Vision