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Hoboken Cultural Affairs is a division of The City of Hoboken that's purpose is to organize cultural events for the City of Hoboken including the twice-yearly Arts and Music Festival on Washington Street, Artists' Studio Tour, Citywide Art Walks, Hoboken Arts Gala, Harvest Festival at Pier A Park, Movies Under the Stars, weekly Concerts in the Park during the summer months, Art in the Park toddler program, and much more.


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Cultural Affairs

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Thank you to our sponsors: Supported in part by a grant from the The New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism (www.visitnj.org),
Wonder Lofts Hoboken, Veolia, Ironstate, Rockefeller Group, Burgiss, This Is It Productions, PATH and WFUV.

For information, please email Cultural Affairs Administrator Geri Fallo at gfallo@hobokennj.gov.

Hoboken Music History Project

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”

We are honored to announce “A Mile Square of Music,” a documentary about how the mile square city of Hoboken helped shape an impactful era in music history, won a 2022 Telly Award. It was a pleasure for our Branding Shorts team to work with the City of Hoboken and Geri Fallo to produce this award-winning film. Special thanks goes to the talented musical performers and club owners who participated in this documentary.

The Telly Awards, established in 1979, showcases the best work of TV and video for all screens. The Tellys receive over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents. Past winners include BET Networks, Comcast, ESPN, Fox, HBO, MLB, NBC, Ogilvy & Mather, The History Channel, Time Warner, and Viacom. Congrats to all who helped “A Mile Square of Music” documentary win this prestigious honor.

A Mile Square of Music


Video Trailer: https://vimeo.com/66534821



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