Next Exit Shore Guide (week of Aug 21- Aug 27)

Seems like Philly’s own Kevin Hart is everywhere these days, but this weekend the actor and comedian will be at Caesars Atlantic City. Hart will be performing two stand-up comedy shows on Friday night. Ticket prices range from $65 to $125. Friday, August 22, 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. – Caesars Atlantic City Hotel and Casino, 2100 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City, N.J.

R&B hit maker, Ne-Yo will be performing at Showboat’s House of Blues on Saturday. His latest album, Non Fiction, is due out in late September. The first single is a summer jam, “Money Can’t Buy” (featuring Jeezy), which has been climbing the charts since its release in May. Tickets cost between $52 and $72. Saturday, August 23, 8 p.m. – Showboat Casino Hotel, 801 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, N.J.

Beach Haven

Many ship wreck stories have long been forgotten with the passage of time. Such was the case of the Fortuna. Beachcomber turned author, Carole Bradshaw shares the history and rediscovery story behind that fateful day in 1910 when the Fortuna ran aground in Ship Bottom as a result of a storm and severe fog. Monday, August 25, 7:30 p.m. – Long Beach Island Historical Association Museum, Engleside and Beach Aves., Beach Haven, N.J.

Cape May

The Emmy-winning and Grammy-nominated Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale will perform a concert of classical, pop and Americana music at Cape May’s Convention Hall this Saturday. The vocal ensemble consists of 80 choir members, plus the chorale and piano accompaniment. General admission tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, $10 for children over age 12 years (those under age 12 years get in for free with paying adult). August 23, 8 p.m. – 714 Beach Ave., Cape May, N.J.

North Wildwood

Fralinger String Band, one of the major performers at Philadelphia’s Mummers Parade, will perform a free outdoor concert this Saturday night at 8 p.m. in North Wildwood. It’s part of the town’s Concerts under the Stars Series at Lou Booth Amphitheatre at 2nd & Ocean Avenues, North Wildwood, N.J.

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