Awards Dinner

The 2014 Awards Banquet will be picture perfect. The setting, Ovation Hall, will transform into a fine, intimate dining area where you will soak in the electrifying current of positive energy created... The ERAPPA 2014 Host Committee promises unmatched energy on all levels!!

Guests will be indulged with a terrific evening filled with delectable fare, awards in many varieties, and outstanding entertainment. The dinner will sate even the most demanding palette. With ERAPPA's favorite Master of Ceremonies, Keith Woodward manning the microphone, the evening's award winners and recognition of outstanding achievers is sure to run smoothly.

As for the Awards' entertainment offering, we promise that the attendees will be delightfully entertained with the very best of songsters who have an unmatched reputation. The Jersey Boys are signed, sealed, and will deliver songs throughout the evening's programmed event. The After Party/Dessert servings will be equally matched by our favorite band, The B Street Band. Guests will have a difficult time saying good night to this event.

The Unexpected Boys:

UnexpectedBoysFor the last four years, The Unexpected Boys have amazed audiences and garnered international acclaim as the top Four Seasons tribute act in the world! They have headlined in such cities and venues as The Atlantis Hotel and Resort in Dubai, Formula One Singapore, The Pentagon, Yankee Stadium, to name but a few. They have also opened for Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, Deborah Cox, and Chubby Checker, and were recently featured on the season finale of The Housewives of New York on The Bravo Network. With unmatched vocal talents taken only from the world of Broadway (many whom have performed in Jersey Boys), these Jersey wise guys sing the unforgettable hits like Sherry, Let's Hang On, My Eyes Adored You, Walk Like a Man in a customized performance that you will never forget!

The B-Street Band:
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The B-Street Band first performed as "Backstreets, a Tribute to the Boss" on May 19, 1980 in Asbury Park, NJ for an audience of over 2000 Bruce fans. From the heart of the Jersey shore, "Backstreets" was the first band in the world to do a unique tribute to a live performer. Nearly 5,500 performances and 34 years later, the B-Street Band is still the hardest working tribute band on the circuit, with almost 200 shows per year throughout the country. Notable performances include opening for Bruce outside at the Philadelphia Spectrum for the final 4 shows of the historic arena. The B-Street Band's unprecedented legacy continued as they represented NJ at both inaugurations for President Obama in 2009 and NJ Governor Chris Christie in 2010.