Sunday, March 19, 2017, Boonton, NJ
By Sean McCall | Posted Friday, March 3, 2017
Boontunes is a live music venue in Boonton, NJ.
They figured out a very punny name for a sweet venue. They host live band, records, and events. They showcase their local music and art community, consistently bringing artists and musicians alike for a strong sense of community. Boontunes opened their doors on July 4th, 2015. Did they do it for America? Maybe. I do love Eagles. Owner Justin Di Ricco, and his “sidekick” Tabitha Booth, are both musicians themselves aiming to “create a space that is comfortable and fun for all.”
This show was organized by my mans in Glume. I got the honor of playing a few shows with them at Flemington DIY, and they were definitely added to my personal list of “mans.” They’re great dudes, and their music is awesome; shout out to them for constantly putting on and playing shows for the people. I’m glad you’re giving them what they want. Rawr xD :3 <3 c: brother.
“Spring starts on the 20th, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the coming of a new season the day before. Let’s start off spring the best way we know how!”
Also, the greatest part of this entire show, is that my other mans Polo (Pocholo Itona), who takes incredible pictures by the way, is playing 3 of the 4 sets this night. He’ll be playing with Glume, of course, Liam Reyes, AND Moon Pie! Watch this dude kill the entire game in one night and then sleep on stage directly after. It’s gonna be wild. *Come thru by Drake slowly starts to fade in in the distance*
1. Respect the Venue.
2. Respect the people.
3. Come early, Stay late.
$5 - Get there early, stay late (ish) (10pm), party hard.
- Doors 6
- 613 Main St, Boonton, NJ 07005
- Party but without alcohol (really – don’t bring alc)
- No fighting
- All Ages
- Respect the World, duh
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About the Writer
Sean McCall is a Music Business Technology Major studying at Rowan University with a Minor in Theatre. He has been attending shows since he was young, and is currently in Breaking Tradition and FV, and is actively involved with The Calcifer Sessions. He has an ear for music and challenges himself in learning as many instruments as he can. Sean has sung in multiple competitive honor choirs throughout the country ranging from All-State to All-National Honor Choir. With a passion for writing, creating, and music in general, he is adding music journalism to his resumé to contribute even further into this talented area we call home.