Most Concerts start at 6pm unless indicated
Most concerts end at 8pm unless otherwise indicated.
Southwest Park, 58 Jackson Street, Observer Highway bet. Harrison and Jackson St.
June 14 - The Fuzzy Lemons: 6:30pm to 7:30pm, In case of rain, performance will take place on Thurs. June 17th, same time.
June 21 - Gene D. Plumber - swinging honkytonk-a-billy
June 28 - Joe Taino Group - a blend of roots Americana, blues, jazz and Caribbean influenced music
July 12 - Melting Pot with George Naha - Melting Pot is a quartet with deep Hoboken roots. Guitarist George Naha and bassist Tim Tindall frequently played in the ‘80s at The Beat’n Path with George’s R&B horn band, The Other Mule. Drummer Charlie Caldarola teamed up with Tim and George to form The Sons of Rest, and John Korba later joined in on keys and vocals to form the quartet Melting Pot. Members of the band went on to play with some of the giants of the music world, including Aretha Franklin, Hall and Oates, Phoebe Snow, Sam & Dave, Jr. Walker & The All Stars, Wilson Pickett, etc. The band plays a great variety of music, from R&B to Jazz, Reggae, Blues, Rock & Roll, etc. Their groove is infectious, and their musical interplay is well honed after about 40 years of playing together. In short, it’s a lot of fun to check them out!
July 19 - Lloyd United - Lloyd United is a Hoboken based ukulele rock band, that is part psychedelic, glam, prog and Celtic, with a distinct sound combining songwriting talent with a pub rocking attitude and artistic vision, resulting in a spectacular live experience.
July 26 - TBA
August 2 - ZYDECO REVELATORS - hot, Louisiana-style Cajun dance music. Zydeco Revelators bring the MARDI GRAS party to you, any time of year! Groove to the spicy gumbo of Cajun accordion, electric guitar, and smokin’ rhythms. Dance all your blues away! ZydecoRevelators.com
August 9 - BRETT ALTMAN: 6PM - blends pop and folk musical stylings through his intimate songwriting. His songs illuminate the moments of everyday life.
and Elevator Pitch from 7PM to 8PM
August 16 - SCHOOL OF ROCK: 6:30PM - 7:30PM, popular rock hits performed by local music students
Assisted listening devices will be available upon request. Email request to: email@example.com. Must give 3 weeks notice.
This program is made possible in part by funds from The New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Schedule subject to change. In case of inclement weather, concerts will be cancelled.