Red Bank is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, in the United States and was incorporated in 1908. The census of 2000 showed the population at 11,844. The city is situated on the southern bank of the Navesink River, in Northern Monmouth County and is considered an artistic center of the Jersey Shore.
1. The Count Basie Theater: Renamed in 1984 after local born jazz composer Count Basie, the theatre hosts artistic performances from film to magic shows to theater and musicals throughout the year.
2. Two River Theater: Created as an ultra-modern theater it opened in 2005 with the taping of Bruce Springsteen's VH-1's “Storytellers.” Marion Huber Theater is also housed at Two River. In 2008 a horror show version of Macbeth by William Shakespeare will premier in January.
3. Stop by for various events through out the year: Red Bank is not only a shoppers delight it also hosts various well known events through out the year. The Red Bank Jazz and Blues Festival is held during the first half-week of June. July 3rd features the KaBoom! Fireworks annual display. And First Night is an entertainment and arts festival held on New Year's Eve.
4. Marion Huber Theater: Situated in Red Bank, New Jersey, the Marion Huber Theater is organized by the Two River Theater Company. This theater mainly spotlights artistic and poetry readings.
5. Take a time out on Navesink River: In summer enjoy, boating, sailing and fishing. In winter participate in ice boat sailing.
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