80’s pop star Tiffany, known worldwide for her 1987 chart topping single “I Think We’re Alone Now,” is set to perform in Weehawken next week to benefit a new non-profit organization for the township.
The event takes place at Weehawken High School, located at 53 Liberty Place, next Friday, March 6th, at 7:30 p.m. There will be free parking in Tower Plaza Mall with shuttle service to the high school, according to their online event page.
Tickets are $40 if purchased in person at Weehawken High School, Roosevelt School, Daniel Webster School, the Weehawken Public Library, and the Weehawken Recreation Department – or $42.99 if purchased online (which includes a service fee).
The proceeds of the concert will go towards the Weehawken Education Foundation, a joint partnership between local parents and the BOE created with the aid of Mayor Richard Turner, the event page says.
The WEF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to promote community/school Interaction and to assist the school district in funding projects that are outside the normal scope of the school district’s budget.
Tiffany, whose last name is Darwish, has produced 10 studio albums since 1987, with her most recent effort being “Pieces of Me” in 2018.
“Could’ve Been,” her follow up to I Think We’re Alone Now, also reached number one hit status about 32 years ago.
For more information, residents are encouraged to call the Township Manager’s Office at (201) 319-6005.