SPTS Banner

Drive-In Concert for a Cause

Supporting Teen Suicide Prevention and Awareness

Hosted by the Atlantic Highlands Recreation Committee in conjunction with the SPTS Monmouth & Ocean Youth Wellness Council and School of Rock

Concert for a Cause is a free Drive-In concert an exciting musical event created for kids, by kids and is helping to support teen suicide prevention and awareness! Hosted by the SPTS Monmouth & Ocean Youth Wellness Council, the goal of Concert for a Cause is to bring the joy of music and fun to Atlantic Highlands and it’s surrounding communities while promoting important information and education to help save young lives.

Date: September 26th

3:00 PM – 6:00 PM (Gates open at 2:30 PM)

Location: Atlantic Highlands Marina Parking Lot

Tickets are FREE, but are given first come, first serve (priority will be given to cars with 4+ attendees).

CURRENTLY SEEKING HIGH SCHOOL BANDS AND MUSICIANS TO PERFORM!

We are currently seeking high school rock bands and musicians to perform at Concert for a Cause, and all are encouraged to apply to perform! All acts selected to participate will have the opportunity to perform a short set (official set times to be determined) for the Atlantic Highlands community and neighboring communities, and will be featured on promotional materials and SPTS’ social media.

All bands and musicians interested in performing at the Concert for a Cause event are required to submit an application form. Each band is asked to have a contact person for their group to submit the application and be notified by our team if they are selected. All music acts must have a majority of it’s members be based in Monmouth and Ocean county and must provide a live recording or video of their talents upon submitting their application. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please email Kyle Kalbach at kyle@sptsusa.org.


The SPTS Monmouth and Ocean Youth Wellness Council program is made available by grant funding provided by the Monmouth County Department of Human Services and the Division of Mental Health Addiction Services to the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County in support of collaborative suicide prevention programs with the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide and the YMCA of Greater Monmouth.