New Jersey music store to close after more than 70 years of operation

Saying Farewell to Freehold Music Center: A Local Legend Closing its Doors after 70 Years

In 1951, Freehold Music Center opened its doors to music lovers in New Jersey. For over 70 years, the store has been a staple in the community, providing customers with a wide variety of music equipment and accessories. However, on February 29th, the center will close its doors for the last time after being situated at 3681 Route 9 in Freehold for the past 22 years.

In preparation for its closure, Freehold Music Center is holding a closing sale, offering discounted prices on items such as guitars, keyboards, drums, and more. The store is open until 8 p.m. on certain days and has specific hours of operation for each day of the week, including special hours for the weekend. Readers who would like to support NJ.com’s journalism can subscribe to the platform today by following Christopher Burch at cburch@njadvancemedia.com or follow him on Twitter: @SwishBurch or follow NJ.com on Facebook for further questions and inquiries about this upcoming closure.

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