Chillbillys
Sunday, November 17
Chillbillys
Doors 6:30pm, $10
The Saint's 25th Anniversary B-Day Show 1994-2019 feat. from Asbury Park, Chillbillys feat. Blue Highways legends Chris Fay, Kevin Buck and Ian Fay (7:15pm) and special guests.
Chemtrail
Monday, November 18
Doors 7:30pm, Free!
The Saint's 25th Anniversary Birthday Show (1994-2019) feat. Asbury Park legends Chemtrail (9:15pm) / Gay Guy/Straight Guy (10:30pm) / Yawn Mower (8:30pm) / Gasser (7:45pm) and special guests. This is our birthday show. This is a free event!
Lakehouse Music Academy
Thursday, November 21
Doors 5:00pm, Free!
Lakehouse Music Academy Presents Adult Mid-Semester Gig. It is our mission to engage and enrich our students through musical education by promoting performance, composition, collaboration and scholarship. We value creativity, diversity, community and music's ability to improve the human condition. Doors 5pm, Showtime 6pm, Free Admission.
Stereo League
Friday, November 22
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint's 25th Anniversary Series of Shows Featuring From Philadelphia, PA, Stereo League (What began as a few musical sketches that songwriter Alex Savoth had composed in the living room of his sunny West Philadelphia apartment in 2016 blossomed into the ever-evolving Stereo League.) (9:30pm) / From Asbury Park, Cold Weather Company (8:30pm) and special guests.
Tallie Fest
Saturday, November 23
Doors 12:00pm, $10
(Early Show) Rock: Tallie Fest Featuring Roullete (Acclaimed hard rock-metal band hailing from Asbury Park (4pm) / The Well Wish (The soulful connection of Patrick and Anya makes its way into all the songs written by the duo.) (3pm) / The Fuzz (Energetic, dynamic hard rock from Butler.) (2pm) / Rhonette and Not Those Smiths (Melancholy pop-rock from Sayreville.) (1pm) / Jenny Cat (12:15pm).

The Third Annual Makin Waves Hunger Benefit is being expanded into a three-day, three-venue event called Tallie Fest, a tribute to Asbury Park icon Tillie's overlooked girlfriend, as well as the many talented women based in Asbury Park.

The J.A.C.K.S.
Saturday, November 23
The J.A.C.K.S.
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint's 25th Anniversary Series of Shows feat. The J.A.C.K.S. (A high-energy rock and roll band in the vein of AC/DC featuring Steven Statland from Hat Trick of Misery and members of Ideosphere, Psychic, Who Brought The Dog.) / Engineheads (A tribute to Motörhead featuring members of Hammer Fight, Hot Blood, Tombs and Kalopsia.) and special guests.
Tallie Fest
Sunday, November 24
Doors 12:00pm, $10
(Early Show) Rock: Tallie Fest Feat. The Angry Pirates (Alternative rock/pop punk created in the smoky haze of Clifton attic.) (4pm) / Candy Cavity (Asbury punky, grungy riffs designed by longtime scenesters to make you dance.) (3pm) / Foxanne (Indie pop originated in New Brunswick, now based in Brooklyn.) (2pm) / Space Jaim (Trenton-based acoustic punk/pop punk from Jamie Parker of Alpha Rabbit.) (1pm) / Running Backwards (Jersey-style acoustic pop punk.) (12:15pm).

The Third Annual Makin Waves Hunger Benefit is being expanded into a three-day, three-venue event called Tallie Fest, a tribute to Asbury Park icon Tillie's overlooked girlfriend, as well as the many talented women based in Asbury Park.

Winter Clothing Drive
Tuesday, November 26
Doors 7:30pm, $8
The Saint's 25th Anniversary Series of Shows Winter Clothing Drive featuring Lotsopaz / Sweet Lou & The River Rats / The Red Room and special guests. Clothing and jackets will be donated to Jersey Shore Rescue Mission in Asbury Park. www.jerseyshorerescue.org / 732-275-4759.
Asbury Family Dinner
Wednesday, November 27
Doors 6:30pm, $20
The Saint's 25th Anniversary Celebration - The Saint & Wilky Dilky Doo Present An (Almost Annual) Thanksgiving Eve Tradition: The Asbury Family Dinner to Benefit Fulfill Foodbank! 6:30pm-8:30pm with music featuring: The Morgan Freemasons (9pm) and A Musical Tribute to Joe Harvard (10pm) featuring Joe's bands Dub Proof and Velveeta with a slew of guests, singers and musicians playing the music of Joe Harvard and the band he loved most, The Velvet Underground.

Dinner and show $20. All proceeds from the dinner will be donated to the food bank! Come support an important local charity at a time of the year when they need it most!

Negative Sky
Friday, November 29
Doors 7:30pm, $10
The Saint's 25th Anniversary Series of Shows Rock Heavy Black Friday Bash feat. Negative Sky / Lower The Veil / Useless and special guests. This WILL be LIT.
The Campfire Flies
Sunday, December 1
Doors 2:00pm, $10
(Mid Afternoon Show) The Saint's 25th Anniversary Series of Shows feat. The Campfire Flies (A songwriter's dream sextet, bringing together some of New Jersey's most acclaimed indie rock writers and performers: John and Toni Baumgartner and Ed Seifert (Speed The Plough), Deena Shoshkes and Jon Fried (The Cucumbers) and Matt Davis (The Thousand Pities).) and special guests.
Current Swell
Friday, December 6
Doors 7:00pm, $12
The Saint's 25th Anniversary Series of Shows / House of Independents Presents From Canada, Current Swell / From Victoria, BC, Carmanahn (Poignant songs explore love, nature and the issues of the world.) / From Asbury Park, The Tide Bends.

Current Swell's success has been based off their ability to talk in profound and uplifting ways, whether about unconditional love ("Young and Able"), the cycle of life and death ("When To Talk and When To Listen"), or fame and success ("Keys To The Kingdom"). Their talking has led them to sold-out tours in North America, Brazil, and Europe, with thousands of tickets sold across four continents and well over 50 million streams worldwide. Current Swell do all of the above on their latest album, and the result is a piece of work that roars with energy and bristles with the sound of a band making music that they love.

Stevie D. feat. Corey Glover of Living Colour
Friday, December 13
Doors 7:30pm, $15/$20
The Saint's 25th Anniversary Celebration with Stevie D. feat. Corey Glover of Living Colour (Stephen DeAcutis, aka Stevie D, producer/mixer/musician has teamed with GRAMMY Award-winning legend Corey Glover from Living Colour to create a modern-day classic rock album "Torn From The Pages" on Mighty Music. DeAcutis is a full-time mixer/producer and the owner operator of Sound Spa Productions in Edison, NJ.) / In Spite Of and special guests.
Radiator King
Sunday, December 15
Doors 5:00pm, $10/$13
(Early Show) The Saint Presents Rock Acoustic feat. From NYC, Radiator King (Radiator King's music shows influences from both Dylan and Strummer with a sound described by Boston blog Allston Pudding as something akin to what "Tom Waits locked in a room for a month with nothing but a copy of Springsteen's Nebraska" might produce.) (8:15pm) / From Elk City, OK/NYC, Don DiLego & The Touristas (A longtime collaborator of New York staple Jesse Malin, Don DiLego makes his own kind of big-city alt-country music. On "Your Great Escape," he grapples with the departure of a former flame whose memory still burns brightly.) (7:15pm) / From Brooklyn, NY, Michael Hess (Mail the Horse) (6:15pm) / Michael Boylan (Where's Tino) (5:30pm).
Them Vibes
Friday, December 20
Doors 7:30pm, $13/$15
The Saint Presents A Special Holiday Concert feat. From Nashville, TN, Them Vibes (Influenced by the rhythmic sway of The Faces and T-Rex and infected with the raw energy of the Rolling Stones and the Black Crowes, Them Vibes have injected new life into the anemic arm of what currently passes for mainstream rock n' roll.) / From Asbury Park, Rick Barry / From Los Angeles, CA, Meg Toohey.
Joey Harkum Band
Thursday, December 26
Doors 7:30pm, $12/$15
The Saint Presents A Holiday Jam featuring From Pasadena, MD, Joey Harkum Band (New album "Love and Labor" now streaming everywhere! Formerly of Pasadena.) / From Baltimore, MD, Joint Operation (A powerful funky reggae-rock band. Their debut album "Scuffed" is out now.) and special guests.

For his entire life Joey Harkum has been strumming a guitar and after a decade of touring as the lead singer and songwriter of Baltimore-based band Pasadena, he released his debut solo album, Love and Labor, to critical claim in 2016. Known for his deep and poignant lyrics telling stories of joy, love, loss and sadness, Joey brings the human experience to life through his relentless tour schedule that culminated in the release of Live at Buffalo Iron Works in 2018. Catch him on tour now in support of his new single "Burn It Down" and see for yourself at joeyharkummusic.com.

Griffin House
Tuesday, May 5
Doors 7:00pm, $25/$30
Asbury Acoustic Cafe and the Saint Present From Nashville, TN, Griffin House (New Release "Rising Star" - Movie Out Now!)

A seated no talking during the performances show. Coffee, tea, beer and spirits served all night.

Chemtrail
Tallie Fest
Asbury Family Dinner
Current Swell