The Patriots for The Somers Mansion Hosts Concert Benefit

Somers Point Mayor Jack Glasser stands in front of the Somers Mansion.

The Patriots for The Somers Mansion will host “Taste Spring at the Point” – an evening concert event to benefit the effort to preserve and improve the historic Somers Mansion – on Wednesday, March 20 at 6 p.m. at the Gateway Playhouse in Somers Point.

Guests will enjoy an evening of Jersey Shore Rock & Soul tribute to Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny, The Cruisers, The Stones, and many more, starring the Billy Walton Band. Other musical entertainment includes The SSP’s, performing hits from Elvis Presley and the Blues Brothers.

Wine and beer tasting will be donated by Circle Liquor Store in Somers Point, and complimentary Primo Pizza, Pete’s Subs and Formica Bakery desserts will also be available.

A minimum donation of $20 will serve as admission for attendees. Seats are limited and are on a first come, first serve basis.

This will be the first of many concerts to be held at the Gateway Playhouse in 2019.

The Patriots for The Somers Mansion, a non-profit group of volunteers, was established to preserve the historic mansion site, encourage heritage tourism, and expand opportunities for locals and tourists alike to learn about the history of Atlantic County’s oldest building. For more information visit

For more information on the City of Somers Point, NJ visit or call 609-927-9088.

The Somers Mansion is the oldest home in Somers Point and all of Atlantic County.