Kevon Edmonds and Full Force Will Headline Roselle UEZ Summer Concert Friday

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ROSELLE – Full Force, “the original vocal hip-hop band”, and acclaimed R&B singer Kevon Edmonds will share the spotlight at Friday’s Roselle UEZ Summer Concert.

The concert, held from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Roselle Shopping Center, 500-600 Raritan Avenue, will also feature round three of Roselle’s popular Urban Idol competition, with performances by local singers and dancers. Food vendors and children’s activities will also be offered.

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“We’re doubling the fun at this week’s summer concert, as we have two bona fide stars performing in Full Force and Kevon Edmonds,” said Roselle UEZ Coordinator Harry Wyatt. “The concerts have been a tremendous success and we’re looking forward to an even bigger and better event this week.”

Full Force and Kevon Edmonds join fellow international stars the Jeff Foxx Band (performed on July 10), Eric Roberson (performed on July 24) and Leela James (will perform on August 21) for this year’s concert series. This is the first time performing at the Roselle Summer Concert Series for both artists.

“The Summer Concert Series is a great way to showcase the town and for the Roselle business community to give something back to the residents,” said UEZ Coordinator Harry Wyatt. “We’re looking forward to another beautiful night and some summer fun in Roselle.”

The Roselle UEZ Summer Concert Series is free and open to everyone. All performances are outdoors. Seats are provided, but concert-goers are encouraged to bring their own chairs, as the seating fills up fast.

The concerts are produced by Sumner Entertainment and Undercover Entertainment. Visit www.uezroselle.com or call (908) 259-3001 for more information.


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