Atlantic City event looks to unite region with music
An Atlantic City production duo is looking to join the city in music and partnership for charity. NorStep is putting together CityWide, a two-day event set for November that will benefit four local charities, partners Stephen Weiss and Noranne Thompson announced. Any performers, businesses or volunteers looking to join in are welcome. “It has been a dream of NorStep to unite the city we call home,” Weiss said. “Never has there been a greater need for unity. We call upon our neighbors to join us in uniting Atlantic City and the surrounding communities of Ventnor, Margate and Longport through music and arts.” Every business on the island is invited to join in the two-day event set for Nov. 15 and 16, Weiss said. “We will put music in as many of these establishments as possible,” he said. “for two days, our city will be one voice through music that will echo for as long as we keep the music playing.” Two local charities are already onboard: Stop the Heroin and K9 Warriors. Performers already involved include: Shane Sloan, Aristocants, Khalid, Someday You’ll Know Us, Robby Nova, The Choices, The Total Soundholes, LNJ sessions, Old City Revival, Paul Tozz, Nick Clemmons, The Customers, Noise Museum, Ill Rendition, End November, Jumpin Juvies, Jackie June, June’s Landing, Tom Pernal, Ash Dakota, Someday You’ll Know Us, Matt Stevens, Ray Hurley, GutzBill Burleigh, Homespun, Grimm the Band, Minor Setback, Oblivion Crisis, Buck Loomis, Rebels United, The Lettermans, Loyalty to Me, IV Real, Rambone, Cigarbox Stompers, Rebecca’s Zimmerman, Jacob Graf, The Looms, Edge of Chaos, Only on Weekends and comedian Michelle Tomko. Businesses include Bourre, Atlantic Palace, Flagship, Tennessee Avenue Beer Hall, The Breakfast Club and The Atlantic City ballet. Anyone wishing to participate is asked to contact NorStep at email@example.com.