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Roselle Park Hosting 2nd Annual Halloween Mischief Night

By metrowriter on
Roselle Park

Roselle Park officials reported one night is back by popular demand, where they will be hosting their second annual Mischief Night Concert & Program.

It will take place on Sunday, October 30th, and the concert is free to attend, taking place at Michael Mauri Gazebo Park (16 E. Grant Avenue) from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

The concert's headliner will be The Empire Band, a six-piece band assembled in the downtown clubs of lower Manhattan. Deemed "New York's Livest."

The Empire Band has a song bank of over 300 songs performed by highly-accomplished musicians, meaning no show is ever the same. 

The event is open to all! 

Free kids' activities will also be available at Michael Mauri Gazebo Park and the Youth Center (234 Chestnut Street).

These activities are made possible by Robert Gordon Elementary School PTA, Roselle Park High School PTSA, Roselle Park Middle School PTA, Aldene Elementary School PTO, Sherman Elementary School PTA, and the Anthony Signorello Youth Center.

"Last year's Mischief Night Concert was a tremendous hit, and I look forward to seeing even more residents join in on the fun this year," said Mayor Joe Signorello.

"With an amazing band ready to perform all night long and free kids activities, there's plenty for the entire family to enjoy. I hope to see Roselle Park's residents creating Halloween memories at this event!"