June 3, 2022

Mayor Bhalla invites Hoboken community to free Fitness in the Park, Concerts in the Park programs  

Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla and the City of Hoboken invite the community to the free Concerts in the Park and Fitness in the Park programs. The programs are part of the City’s Summer Fun initiative which provides residents with free summer activities including the popular Movies Under the Stars program.  

This year, Fitness in the Park, a series of free sample classes hosted by local fitness studios in City parks, kicks off Summer Fun programming on Monday, June 6 at Pier A Park from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Fitness in the Park will be held at Pier A Park, 7th & Jackson Resiliency Park, Southwest Park, Southwest Pop-Up Park, and under the Viaduct. For a full schedule, see below.  

The Concerts in the Park series will run on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays all summer long.  Concerts will be held at the Southwest Park on Mondays, Shipyard Park on Tuesdays, and Sinatra Park on Thursdays.  It officially begins on Thursday, June 9, at Sinatra Park.  For a full schedule, see below.  

“I am glad that the City is once again offering Hoboken residents free fitness and concerts in the park options, a great way to enjoy local gyms and musicians in our public spaces,” said Mayor Bhalla. “Thank you to our sponsors, and our Cultural Affairs division for making this Summer Fun initiative possible this year.”

Schedules are subject to change. Shows will be canceled due to inclement weather. For updates, stay tuned to the City’s social media feeds. (Twitter: CityofHoboken Facebook: Facebook.com/Hoboken)

These programs are 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 and Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive, and the Board of County Commissioners.

Thank you to our generous sponsors: Burgiss, Colavita, SUEZ, Muller Insurance, Ironstate, Rockefeller Group, Hudson County.