Event / Venue Info
Performance length: to be announced
Intermission: to be announced
Doors will open at 7:45PM.
Beverages & Concessions Available for Purchase (Cashless / Credit Card Only)
Please know that SOPAC is dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of our entire community and we thank you in advance for reviewing our Covid-19 Precautions & Policies when planning your visit.
|For details, visit our Accessibility page.|
If you or a member of your party needs assistance, please notify SOPAC at the time your tickets are purchased. The SOPAC Box Office can be reached at (973) 313-2787.
VIP Private Meet and Greet
Photo op with Max and buyer can bring up to two items for personalized autographs.
SOPAC Member Discounts & Presales
$10 off tickets ($25 and up) for Benefactor, Impresario and Producer-level members ($900+)
$5 off tickets ($25 and up) for Advocate, Family, Ambassador and Champion-level members ($65-$500)
4-day Member Presale begins 12PM on Monday, May 17.
2-day Member Presale begins 12PM on Wednesday, May 19.
Public On Sale begins 12PM on Friday, May 21.
Max Weinberg’s Jukebox
Rock-and-Roll Hall Of Fame Drummer and South Orange native Max Weinberg brings his interactive concert experience to the SOPAC stage. A truly interactive experience, Weinberg asks the audience to create the set list, in real-time, that he and his band will play that night! You choose songs from the glory days of Rock and Roll that you select from a video menu of over 200 songs—everything from the Beatles to the Stones to Bruce and The E Street Band’s biggest hits—and hear the group play them the way you want to hear them played!
Performing close to 300 shows since 2017, Max Weinberg’s Jukebox continues to barnstorm the country, blasting out the hits!
As Chuck Berry instructed us in his classic “School Days,”…drop the coin right into the slot” audiences have thoroughly embraced the idea of picking and calling out the songs the band pays—in real time! From Beatles to Bruce and Stones to Steppenwolf the band infuses these classics with the respect the songs deserve. As one fan said, “It’s not a concert—it’s party!”
But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what Marc Steczyk, director of the Lincoln Amphitheater, in Indiana, had to say:
“Max Weinberg’s Jukebox was one of the most interactive, energetic performances that we’ve ever had at the Lincoln Amphitheater! Max, literally, leaves the stage to be amongst the crowd—his fans—and lets them pick the set list from a scrolling list of 300+ songs…and they play it…on the spot…spot on!”