More about the Hoboken Arts & Music Festival

Pre­sent­ed by May­or Dawn Zim­mer, Geri Fal­lo & the City of Hobo­ken this will be the 24th edi­tion of the Hobo­ken Arts & Music Fes­ti­val. There will be two stages of live music with Over­lake, The Karyn Kuhl Band fea­tur­ing Syd Straw, The Demo­li­tion String Band, Glenn Morrow’s Cry for Help, Mike Daly & The Plan­ets, The Toll Col­lec­tors, The Rock­N­Roll Hi-Fives and In the Works; along with spe­cial fea­tures such as:

• Fine Artists: Oil paint­ings, water­col­ors, acrylics, sculp­ture, mixed media, pho­tog­ra­phy, etc.
• Children’s activ­i­ties with rides, games, cre­ative activ­i­ties, face paint­ing, sand art, bal­loons, live per­for­mances and much, much more.
• Crafters dis­play & sell hand­made: pot­tery, met­al­work, wood items, fur­ni­ture, blown & fused glass, quilts, house­hold items made from recy­cled mate­ri­als, batik cloth­ing, hand paint­ed fur­ni­ture, can­dles, jew­el­ry, dried flo­rals, soaps & lotions and oth­er unique hand­craft­ed items.
• Food: Lots of great food through­out the fes­ti­val. Hobo­ken restau­rants will set up street cafes offer­ing an eclec­tic vari­ety of inter­na­tion­al foods such as: Thai, Indi­an, Greek, French, Mex­i­can, Cajun and Ital­ian.

As “it takes a vil­lage” the fes­ti­val would not be pos­si­ble with­out the fine spon­sors which include The Hud­son Reporter, This Is It Stage Pro­duc­tions, Wal­greens, Cap­i­tal One Bank, Inser­ra, Shop Rite of Hobo­ken, Star­bucks, Dunkin Donuts, Antho­ny Davids and Losur­do Broth­ers Deli / Tony’s Ital­ian Bak­ery.