google-site-verification: googlea74c1dbc0ed24fc0.html Atlantic City Plugged In: Off the Record Music Festival to Rock Atlantic City in June

Off the Record Music Festival to Rock Atlantic City in June

Back for a 3rd year with 20+ artists, wine tastings, and more

Source: Marsolluna Media & Marketing 
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (April 20, 2018– OFF THE RECORD Music Festival (OTR) returns to Atlantic City in its fifth year, offering festival-goers a 3-day boutique music festival experience. The festival begins Thursday, June 7 and ends Saturday, June 9 at The Claridge Hotel in the Celebrity Theatre, and, weather permitting, outdoors at the hotel’s rooftop bar, The VÜE, Atlantic City’s only Rooftop Bar & Lounge.
OTR is a boutique festival experience, and all attendees are offered VIP passes for the weekend, as the artists are encouraged to mingle and connect with their fans for an intimate, rare festival experience. Another special feature of OTR are the “late night jams” in which attendees and artists informally play, sing, and create together long into the night.  The festival sells a limited number of tickets, 250, to ensure that all attendees have a special experience, good sight lines for shows, and an opportunity to meet their favorite performers.
OTR launched in the Carolinas initially, however, since relocating to Atlantic City in 2016, it has attracted hundreds of music fans from all over the world. This year’s festival line-up includes OTR veterans Hey Monea, Brian Dunne, and Paul Pfau, and Philadelphia artists Matt Duke and Andrea Nardello, to name a few. New to the lineup this year is Tony-nominated, American Idol finalist Constantine Maroulis, as well as up-and-coming singer/songwriter Whitney Woerz. 
Additionally, OTR has partnered with MILE (Music Is Love Exchange), a network of artists, musicians, and music lovers affecting change in the lives of disadvantaged and underserved children, strengthening families and communities both in the U.S. and abroad. During the day on Friday, June 8, artists and attendees will donate their time and service at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission in whatever way is needed. The MILE supports the effort of touring artists, working with them to create interest in and visibility for the cause. Their intention is to enable artists to improve the communities that they tour through.
“Atlantic City has opened its arms to OFF THE RECORD! From the people at the Claridge and neighboring casinos, to the local artist community, to our service work at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, it is obvious that our festival is making a welcomed and positive impact in town,” says event producer Jason Spiewak. “Our event is family friendly and is a great way to meet and interact with music fans of all ages”.
3-day passes are $229 and 2-day passes (Friday & Saturday only) are $199. Kids’ passes are also available for $49 for 12 and under with an accompanying adult passholder. Passes can be purchased at  For artist interviews and media inquiries, please contact

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