Travel in style to events in New Jersey this fall

As the seasons change and it’s time to look to Thanksgiving preparations, there’s plenty of events taking place across New Jersey this fall. Many are great occasions to go to with friends and the best way to arrive is in a stylish limousine. You’ll travel together which makes the event even more exciting and turn heads as you pull up at the venue. Party buses in NJ are a great way to really get the fun started as soon as you leave home and you don’t need to think about standing in poor weather after the day or night has ended trying to find a taxi. Once you have chosen your party bus rental, New Jersey has some memorable choices between now and the end of the year whether you love arts and culture, food festivals, nightclub events or want to combine shopping with a night watching newly released films.

Comedy Dopeness, Jersey City : until 14 November 2015

Taking place on the second Saturday of each month, if you’re looking to put a smile on your face then head to Comedy Dopeness at 332 2nd Street, Jersey City. Stars of TV comedy shows take to the stage alongside up and coming new talent and it’s only $15 per person to spend the night laughing. Previous headliners include Rick Crom from The Comedy Cellar and Kate Wolff from Tru TV.

Live Music Night and Wine, Glassboro: until 26 December 2015

Head over to 500 University Boulevard for great live music with fantastic wine as the perfect accompaniment. Fans of all things jazz can relax on the first and third Friday of each month from 7pm with a few glasses of wine and those who love country are invited to sample vineyard produce on the second and fourth Saturday all the way up to Christmas.

Art After Hours, Zimmerli’s at Rutgers: until 5 July 2016

Combine a guided tour of exhibitions followed by watching a variety of local bands which will be playing from 5-9pm on the first Tuesday of each month. A great opportunity to see different aspects of local art and music as well as the addition of guest stars and one off events as part of the program.

Fall Harvest Tour, Valley Shepherd Creamery: until 8 November 2015

If you’re looking for a destination for a children’s birthday party, head to Fairmount Road, Long Valley for a great time meeting and feeding sheep, climbing aboard a hay wagon and even trying your hand at milking if you want to have a go. Tours this fall last an hour and a half and are perfect for a group of children celebrating a special occasion. It’s only $7 for children aged 2-12 and will be a day they’ll always remember.

Monster Truck Beach Nationals, Wildwood: 2-4 October 2015

A great way to celebrate a birthday or bachelor party, the Monster Truck weekend takes place at various locations from Lincoln Avenue through to Spencers Avenue. Watch from your chosen spot on the beach as the trucks stand tall against each other and race on a customized track. See if you can guess which vehicle will be crowned ‘King of the Beach’.

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