April 3: 8 PM; $49.50-$135. Newark, NJPAC
( njpac.org). April 4: 9 PM; $65-$115. Caesars,
Atlantic City (609-348-4411, caesarsac.com).
Masters of Ceremony
April 4: Newark hosts a slew of rappers who
dominated the radio charts in the ’90s, including
DMX, EPMD, Slick Rick, Rakim, Big Daddy
Kane and DJ Kid Kapri. As DMX would say, it’s
going to be a party up in here. 8 PM; $45-$91.
Newark, NJPAC ( njpac.org).
April 10: Citizen Cope, the stage name of singer/
songwriter Clarence Greenwood, has performed
with the likes of Santana and Eric Clapton. The
soulful, blues-inspired artist stops by the State
Theatre for an intimate acoustic performance.
8 PM; $36-$65. State Theatre, New Brunswick
April 12: The classic rock band launched the
solo careers of guitar legends Eric Clapton, Jeff
Beck and Jimmy Page. Today’s Yardbirds include
original drummer Jim McCarty. 7 PM; $29-
$49. Newton Theatre, Newton (973-383-3700,
April 17-18: Everyone’s favorite Jersey Boy goes
down the Shore for two shows at the Borgata.
9 PM; $69-$89. The Music Box, Atlantic City
The Beach Boys & America
April 18: The Beach Boys invented surf rock
and then rode the wave to a more sophisticated
sound. They’ll come ashore at the Borgata with
classic rock band America, featuring original
band members Gerry Beckley and Dewey
Bunnell. 8 PM; $49.50-$215. Event Center at the
Borgata, Atlantic City ( theborgata.com). P H
STILL IN THE KEY
April 14 The legendary singer,
song writer and producer Stevie
Wonder brings his Songs in the Key
of Life Performance tour to Newark.
The show recreates Wonder’s iconic
Motown Records album of the same
name. The 1976 release spent 14
weeks at number 1 on the Billboard
chart. 8 PM; $49.50-$165. Prudential
Center, Newark ( prucenter.com).
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ART OF THE 1990s
“MONTCLAIR ART MUSEUM IS ON A ROLL!”
The first major museum survey to examine the art of this pivotal
decade in its historical context. Showcasing approximately 65
works by 45 artists born or practicing in the U.S.—including
Doug Aitken, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Glenn Ligon, Julie Mehretu,
Prema Murthy, Shirin Neshat, Catherine Opie, Gabriel Orozco,
Diana Thater, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Kara Walker.
Through May 17
Sharon Lockhart, Untitled, 1996, framed chromogenic print, edition 6 of 6. The Metropolitan
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Wallace Gift, 2004 (2004.62). Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Image
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