Dick Dale Newton NJ Tickets, Newton Theatre, Aug 19, 2018, Concert
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Dick Dale Newton Concert Tickets in Aug 19, 2018 at Newton Theatre in 07:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Dick Dale North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Dick Dale Tour Page.


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Newton Theatre
234 Spring Street
07860
Newton, NJ, US

Biography

Richard Anthony Monsour (born May 4, 1937), better known by his stage name Dick Dale, is an American rock guitarist, known as The King of the Surf Guitar. He pioneered and created what many call the surf music style, drawing on Middle-Eastern music scales and experimenting with reverberation. He worked closely with Fender to produce custom made amplifiers, including the first-ever 100-watt guitar amplifier. More...

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12 Responses to “Dick Dale Newton NJ Tickets, Newton Theatre, Aug 19, 2018, Concert”

  1. Evette Saale

    Dick Dale’s performance was phenomenal! He was so personable and treated the audience as if we were friends sitting in his living room. He told stories, played every instrument available to him and even uncovered the piano in the corner to play that. Amazing guitar player and overall musician. The venue is great! Very intimate.

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  2. Garland Vanwieren

    Dick Dale is still the King of Surf guitar. If only they had let him play without the opening acts!
    My rating is not for Dick Dale but mostly the opening acts and the Venue itself.
    The place is dirty, the Staff are self absorbed and at least one of the security people was so drunk I could have set his breath on fire from 3 feet out.
    My recommendation is go see Dick Dale but never, ever go in this venue.

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  3. Christie Yungclas

    This was my first time to see Dick Dale so I can’t compare this show to his others. I was so glad I went. Very entertaining and fun. I hope I have his enegy at 74 expecially considering all that he has been through. In my opinon this is a must see… and Jimmy Dale is a damn good drummer. Can’t remember the bass players name. I talked to him after the show. Very friendly with a lot of stage energy and very talented.

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  4. Dominic Trapanese

    We took my parents to see Dick Dale as a Father’s Day gift mainly because he was one of the few acts around from my dad’s era. I had no idea what a great show we were going to see. Dick started his set with one instrumental after another (which is what I expected) and not much chit chat in between. His playing was amazing and his song selection more diverse than I expected so that alone would have made a great show.

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  5. Caryl Brandenberg

    I am 70 and Dick Dale was a big part of my teenage music. I have always loved instrumental music (Ventures, Jerry and the Harmonicats, etc.) I was surprised at his overall talent. Plays the harmonica, piano, drums in addition to the lead guitar. The one main draw back was the massive volume of the sound. It was beyond deafening. The venue was small which accentuated the noise. The crowd was a very “senior” one and many of us had our fingers or tissue in our ears. Probably would not go again because of the very loud music.

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  6. Johnathon Kubisiak

    We traveled from Colorado to see Dick and the concert was fantastic! I waited 50 years to see him perform! Thanks for a wonderful evening!

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  7. Abe Laios

    Self-titled Guitar Legend Dick Dale was truly AWESOME at the Culture Room in Ft. Lauderdale. His show was tight, loud and really amazing. He played many of his favorites, played the harmonica and trumpet (that’s right-trumpet) at concert level.

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  8. Vesta Cookson

    Dick Dale at 78 yrs old is still as fabulous as ever.
    The CAVE sucks….paid for seats that were misrepresented as being front row behind the pit and wound up being board hard seats on the wall. Wound up sitting in the seats we thought we’d bought but they were general, first come, first serve. Opening act was horrible and lasted way TOO LONG. Acoustics were horrible for her.
    Again, Dick Dale is awesome, entertaining, funny, and would pay to see him anytime, just some where else.

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  9. Zackary Maontesano

    Thoroughly enjoyed the performance. He is multi-talented and really engaged the audience. I would love to see him again.

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  10. Sammie Ausland

    We had the best time at this concert! It was a lot of fun. It was more like a jam session..he’s very passionate about his music. He’s funny and charming. A true icon.

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  11. Merna Amoss

    I used to watch the beach party movie series when I was young and loved the music associated with it and of course Dick Dale was king to me….so witnessing him jamming in a cozy venue will never be forgotten!! He still has it at 80 years young! amazing artist….had a blast!!

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  12. Gabriel Altum

    This was the second time I saw Dick Dale and it was fantastic.

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