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January 22, 2019

Asbury Park's Sea Hear Now music festival returns with The Lumineers, Dave Matthews Band headlining

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Stock_Carroll - The Asbury Park Boardwalk Thom Carroll/PhillyVoice

The boardwalk and former casino in Asbury Park, NJ.

Asbury Park's budding music festival Sea Hear Now released a few hints at its 2019 lineup on Tuesday. 

After a pretty standout inaugural year for the new festival — thanks in large part to Bruce Springsteen's surprise performance that drew more than 20,000 people — organizers have started to tease the 2019 event. 

Last year's other artists included Jack Johnson, Incubus, Brandi Carlile, Milky Chance and Kaleo.

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The Lumineers and Dave Matthews Band have already signed on to headline this year on Sept. 21 and 22. If you're interested, you'll have to wait for the rest of the lineup to be announced sometime this spring. 

Despite the secrecy about the other acts, tickets go on sale Wednesday, Jan. 23. On its website, SHN is promising more than 25 performer;, food choices that include vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free vendors; bars and admission to both days of the festival for $125. VIP tickets are $385. Here's where you can learn more and buy tickets.

Last year, the festival also featured an array of celebrity surfers. So far there's no word on which surfers, if any, will be joining the festivities in September 2019.

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