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Administrator of Cultural Affairs: Geraldine Fallo

HOBOKEN SPRING ARTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL

SUN. MAY 1, 2022,
11AM TO 6PM

Washington St. bet. Observer Highway to 7th St.

Over 300 artists, crafters, food vendor, local business & more. Plus 2 stages of live performanc TBA. If you are an artist or crafter & wish to display your work, or if wish to be a volunteer, contact gfallo@hobokennj,gov.

Thank you to our Sponsors:

Supported in part by a grant from the NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism. www.visitnj.org.

Sponsored by: Burgiss, Ironstate, Suez, and some very dear friends.

Special thanks to: Anthony Davids, Choco Pain, Dunkin Donuts, Shop Rite & Starbucks

Hoboken Music History Project

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”

Video Trailer: https://vimeo.com/665348211

Hoboken has a colorful musical past. Composer Stephen Foster wrote “Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair” while living here in 1854. It’s the birthplace of singers Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Roselli. Gerome Ragni and James Rado wrote the book and lyrics to the iconic Broadway musical Hair while living here in the 1960s. From the late 1970s thru the 1990s, it was home to the infamous, metro area rock venue Maxwell’s, spawning ground of a thriving indie music scene, as well as home to Bar/None Records.  The stories are numerous and the music eclectic.

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”, a 30-minute film, includes interviews with Luke Faust, Julio Fernandez, Jim & Beverly Hans, Patrick "Jude" Petrullo, Dorothy Blackwell McNeil, and members of the local band The Vee Jays, Ed Kwedar, Omar Mesa, and Frank Musumici, sharing exciting stories about the music scene in Hoboken at that time.

The producers spoke to many others, but due to funding constraints and a shortage of time were limited as to what could be included in this project. We encourage anyone interested in Hoboken history to do their own research. There are so many wonderful stories that need to be discovered, documented and preserved.

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970” will be presented as a Live Stream on the Hoboken Historical Museum’s Facebook - hobho.me/musicdocfb and YouTube -   hobho.me/musicdocyt pages on Sunday, Jan. 30th starting at 5pm. This is not an in=person presentation. Watch at home from the comfort of your living room.

. Live Q & A with special guests following the video streaming. Transcripts and audio files of the complete interviews will be made available through the Hoboken Historical Museum and Public Library at a later date. For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov.

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970” will be presented as a Live Stream on the Hoboken Historical Museum’s Facebook - hobho.me/musicdocfb and YouTube -   hobho.me/musicdocyt pages on Sunday, Jan. 30th starting at 5pm.

. Live Q & A with special guests to follow the video streaming. Transcripts and audio files of the complete interviews will be made available through the Hoboken Historical Museum and Public Library at a later date. For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov.

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”, was produced by Branding Shorts.  

Special thanks to all of the participants for sharing their stories, The Hoboken Historical Museum, BobFoster, Rand Hoppe, Lois Dilivio, Tony Parente, Micki Pagano-Parente, Grace Hill, Chrissy McLarty Whisler, Irwin Chusid, Rob Harari and Jack Silbert.

This program is made possible by a grant from The New Jersey StateHistorical Commission, a Division of the Department of State, and administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, Hudson County Executive and the Board of County Commissioners.


“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”, features interviews with:

LUKE FAUST, The Insect Trust

Luke Faust was born in Manhattan. In 1963, at age 27, he moved toHoboken. Playing harmonica, banjo, electric piano, and fiddle, Luke became a key member of musical group, The Insect Trust, whose ranks included RobertPalmer (later a famed music critic for the New York Times), vocalist NancyJeffries (who later became a prominent A&R executive for RCA, Electra &Virgin Records), and others.  The InsectTrust released two albums, a self-titled LP in 1968 and Hoboken Saturday Night in 1970 (reissued in 2005). Faust also played jug with The Holy Modal Rounders.Until recently, Faust co-ran the Monroe Street Movement Space in Hoboken with his wife Dena Reynolds.  

Julio Fernandez, Guitarist for Spyro Gyra

Julio Fernandez was born in Cuba and came to Hoboken in 1961. He picked up the guitar at age 9 and played in his first band a year later. Around that time, he opened for popular Hoboken band The Vee Jays and met Omar Mesa at a local performance venue. While a student at Hoboken High School, Julio and his music buddies put together the band Flight, which later became Top-Flite, playing gigs all over the tri-state area. In 1984, Julio was invited to audition for the jazz-rock fusion band Spyro Gyra and has been working with them for 37 years. When not touring the world, he continues to perform locally in Hoboken, most notably each summer at Sinatra Park with his all-star band,Julio Fernandez and Friends

 

JIM & BEVERLY HANS, business owners, artists, historians

Jim Hans arrived in Hoboken at age 30 in 1966. He and Beverly married that year and opened the antique store, the Hoboken Calendar Shop of CurrentEvents, on Newark Street. They successfully ran it for 8 years. The shop attracted so many local musicians, inspiring Jim and Beverly to organize music and theatrical performance events at the Grand Hotel on 3rd and Hudson Street.Jim also co-founded the Hoboken Historical Museum in 1986 and was its president until 1991. He is the author of 100 Hoboken Firsts, published in 2006.

 

Dorothy Blackwell McNeil (aka ‘PeeWee’ then & ‘Tante’ now) grew up in Hoboken.She was recognized in 2010 by The Board of Chosen Freeholders of Hudson County as a Woman of the Year for her work at Hoboken’s Club Zanzibar, where she served as business manager, hostess and bartender from 1971-1981. The club was founded in 1961 by her husband Charles McNeil. Club Zanzibar was an important theatrical venue on what then was commonly known as  the “Chitlin Circuit”, a series of performance venues throughout the eastern & southeastern United States that primarily served African American audiences. It was the first stop in New Jersey on their turn trip south, following a successful performance at New York’s famedApollo Theater, which was the most prestigious stop on the circuit. The club hosted African-American entertainers such as Wilson Pickett, Kool and the Gang,Millie Jackson,The Platters, The Coasters, Rufus Thomas, and other successful recording artists of the time. In 2018 McNeil, along with fellow Hoboken women trailblazers, photographer Dorothea Lange and sportswoman Maria Pepe, was honored by having her image included on a large (150’ by 35’) exterior mural located at 14th & Grand St.

 

PATRICK “JUDE” PETRULLO

Born and raised in Hoboken, Patty Petrullo’s early musical
influences include seeing his uncle Val Valente perform on the Ed Sullivan Show and hearing the Beatles on the radio. His first public performance was at theHoliday Inn on River St. in Hoboken with a group called The Poor Souls. At age13 Pat joined the most popular Hoboken band at the time, The Vee Jays, performing at local clubs and high school dances. At age 16 he joined TheBottle Brass, who gigged a lot at the Jersey Shore. That group later became Pat and the Bottled Brass. When the band recorded their first single in 1969, the record company changed the name of the band to The Student Body.  At age 20, Petrullo changed his name to PatrickJude and in 1973 landed the role of Judas in the original Broadway production of Jesus Christ Superstar.

THE VEE JAYS

After seeing the Beatles perform on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964,Hoboken friends Omar Mesa (lead guitar) and Ed Kwedar (drums) decided to form a band, soon joined by Frank Musumici (lead vocals/bass) and Peter Romano (rhythm guitar). (Keyboardist Ray Bryn was a later member.) The Vee Jays performed atHoboken High School, parties, hotels, bars, and a Battle of the Bands at thePalisades Amusement Park, which they won! The Vee Jays released a single,“Gloria” (a cover of the Them hit) and “Twine Time” (first recorded by AlvinCash) on the Clarity label.

 

The Vee Jay Bios:

Omar Mesa was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1948, and at age 6 moved toHoboken with his family. After his time in the Vee Jays, Omar was an original member of the Latin-funk band Mandrill, playing guitar on their first four albums on Polydor Records. With Mandrill he toured major venues nationwide and appeared on TV shows such as Soul Train and Don Kirschner’s Rock Concert.

Ed Kwedar was born at Hoboken’s St. Mary’s Hospital in 1949 and lived above theClub Zanzibar in his youth. He was drafted into the army in 1969, ending the original lineup of the Vee Jays. Ed then played in bands in California andPennsylvania before landing in Connecticut in 1981 to work for IBM. He stopped performing live when his son was born in 1985, but has never stopped playing music at home. 

Frank Musumici was born in New York City. His family moved toHoboken when he was 2. Frank left the Vee Jays when he was drafted in 1967 but returned to the band months later after being discharged with bad eyesight. Post-Vee Jays, Frank worked with comedian Rodney Dangerfield and performed at Dangerfield’s club in Manhattan.

The Insect Trust
Cover of the album Hoboken Saturday Night
by The Insect Trust
Publication from The Hoboken Historical Museum about Club Zanzibar.

The band Flight


Supported in part by a grant from the NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.
www.visitnj.org.

Sponsored by: Burgiss, Citi Bike, Ironstate, Kundert Cars of Hasbrouck Heights, Pegasus Partners, Suez, The Rockefeller Group, The Taurasi Group, This Is It Productions, Wonder Lofts and some very special friends.

Additional support provided by: Capital One Bank, Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, Nastasi Architects & WFUV

Special thanks to: Anthony Davids, Choco Pain, Dunkin Donuts, Shop Rite & Starbucks

Sponsors:

Supported in part by a grant from the NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism. www.visitnj.org.

Sponsored by: Burgiss, Citi Bike, Ironstate, Kundert Cars of Hasbrouck Heights, Pegasus Partners, Suez, The Taurasi Group, Wonder Lofts and some very dear friends.

Additional support provided by: Capital One Bank, Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, Nastasi Architects & WFUV

Special thanks to: Anthony Davids, Choco Pain, Dunkin Donuts, Shop Rite & Starbucks

Volunteers are needed for morning vendor checkin.

For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov

Karyn Kuhl Band
(Photo by Mickey Deneher)


Supported in part by a grant from the NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism. www.visitnj.org.

Sponsors: Capital One Bank, NJ Lottery, PATH and NJ Lottery.
Food donations provided by:
Anthony Davids, Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, JP's Bagel Express, Losurdo's Italian Deli and Bakery, King's Fresh Ideas Supermarket

For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov.
Volunteers are needed

UPDATE:

CONCERTS IN SOUTHWEST PARK 2021
Harrison Street bet. Paterson Plank Rd. and Observer Hwy.

UPDATE:
Monday, August 9, 6PM to 7:30pm - BRETT ALTMAN: - blends pop and folk musical stylings through his intimate songwriting. His songs illuminate the moments of everyday life.
Elevator Pitch will not performing on Mon. Aug. 9th.

THURSDAYS
CONCERTS IN SINATRA PARK 2021, 7pm to 9pm

525 Sinatra Drive

UPDATE:

Aug. 12 - Orquesta La Experiencia: A mix of Latin sounds: Salsa, Merengue & more. Sponsored by The Puerto Rican Cultural Committee: Raul Morales II, President
with VIntage Car show along Sinatra Drive, bet. 4th & 5th Street east side just north of the soccer field.

Aug. 19 - Hoboken Sings - Get ready to strut your stuff & show off your talent. Co-presentstion with the Hoboken Historic Museum

Wed. Sept. 1st, 7pm to 9pm - A Bob Dylan Birthday Musical Tribute: Featuring performances by Swingadelic's Cheap Guitars, Gene D. Plumber, Kate Jacobs, Elena and Boo from The Demolition String Band, Deena and Jon from The Cucumbers, James Mastro, Abbe Rivers, Ed Fogarty, John Bauers, Dave Post and more

Spaghetti Dinner Block Party

Thur. Aug. 26th, 5pm to 8pm: Walkway along Sinatra Drive bet. 1st & 2nd St.
Proof of Vaccination will be required for attendees 12 years of age and up.
Children under 12 should wear a face mask upon entry.  

Individual Tickets for Adults are $40,
Individual tickets for Seniors are $20;
Individual Tickets for Children ages 12 and Under are $15

To Guarantee a Reserved Table (seats 10 people) $400.00;
Seating is limited, so buy tickets early.

Includes: 4 kinds of pasta, meatballs, sausage, eggplant parmigiana,
salad, bread and Italian desserts.
Wine, beer, water, soda, also available for an additional charge.
Proceeds from alcohol sales to benefit the Hoboken Ambulance Corp.
Outside alcohol not permitted. Coolers will be checked at the entrance.

Attendees 12 years of age and up will be required to show
Proof of Vaccination at the entrance of the event.

2 blocks from all public transportation: PATH, NY Waterway Ferries,
NJ Transit trains & buses, and Hudson Bergen Lightrail.
Proceeds to support the City of Hoboken Cultural Affairs Trust.

MONDAYS
CONCERTS IN SOUTHWEST PARK 2021

58 Harrison Street. See times listed below for each show

June 14 - The Fuzzy Lemons: 6:30pm to 7:30pm

June 21 - Gene D. Plumber (6pm to 8pm) - swinging honkytonk-a-billy

June 28 - Joe Taino Group  (6pm to 8pm) - 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 (6pm to 8pm) - 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 - Ron Albanese (Polka Dot) (6:30pm to 7:30pm) - energetic, colorful, and totally family fun!

August 2 - ZYDECO REVELATORS  (6pm to 8pm) - 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: The School of Rock student band will play a mix of rock classics (6:30PM - 7:30PM

TUESDAYS
Family Fun Nights at Shipyard Park 2021: Co-sponsored by Ironstate

13 St. & Bernard McFeeley Drive and Shipyard Lane
Concerts from 7pm to 8pm

June 15 - Yosi Sing-A-Long -  "Yosi’s shows are whimsical, interactive and imaginative, featuring an enthusiasm that is both magical and infectious. Yosi has five award-winning CDs and his music can be heard nationally on Sirius/XM SatelliteRadio, and WXPN "- Kids Corner.

June 22 - Music Together - Fun, Fabulous, Uplifting and Magical are just some of the words used to describe Music Together.

June 29 - Ron Albanese (Polka Dot) - energetic, colorful, and totally fun!

July 6 - Music with Corey - Corey has the rare knack of connecting with kids through music. He loves what he does and it shows.

July 13 - Rockness Music - During Rockness shows, the stage disappears and everyone is in the band. Children participate in sing-a-longs, with big movement, and dramatic play. The performances are exciting, entertaining, and educational!

July 20 - The Fuzzy Lemons - Get ready to jump, wiggle, and shake with The Fuzzy Lemons, the juiciest family-friendly rock band on the scene! With laugh-out-loud lyrics and memorable melodies, every song tells a story.

July 27 - Birds and Ballads - The joy of birds through music, creative activity and discovery with Mr. Train and Dave Lambert

Aug. 3 - Americana Family Jamboree - old time fiddle tunes by the Carter Family, Woody Guthrie, Bill Monroe, Pete Seeger & more

Aug. 10 - Erin Lee and the Up Past Bedtime Band - skip, holler, dance & sing along

Aug. 17 - Mr. Magico - High energy, magical entertainment

WEDNESDAYS
Movie Under the Stars Schedule for 2021 Season

Screenings start at sundown: 9pm in June & July and bet. 8:15pm / 8:30pm in August

Presented by Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla, the City of Hoboken, Projected Images of Hudson County, Kundert Volvo Cars of Hasbrouck Heights and Wonder Lofts

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.

For those who are hearing challenged, subtitles will be projected onto the movie screen upon request.

Also, assisted listening devices will be available upon request. Email request to: gfallo@hobokennj.gov. Must give 3 weeks notice.

Bring a picnic basket, blanket or low-back chair.

Screenings will be cancelled due to inclement weather. For more information & updates, call 201-420-5100 ex. 5100 or gfallo@hobokennj.gov

Pier A Park, 100 Sinatra Drive

June 16 - Mamma Mia - 2008, PG-13, 1hr 48min; Starring Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan, Amanda Seyfried; The story of a bride-to-be trying to find her real father told using hit songs by the popular 1970s group ABBA.

June 23 - Rocketman - 2019, R, 2hr 1min • Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell & Richard Madden; A musical fantasy about the fantastical human story of Elton John's breakthrough years.

June 30 - Jumanji: The Next Level - 2019, PG, 2hr 15min; Starring Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Nick Jonas, Awkwafina, Danny Glover, Danny DeVito; The gang is back but the game has changed. As they return to rescue one of their own, the players will have to brave parts unknown from arid deserts to snowy mountains, to escape the world's most dangerous game.

July 7 - Aladdin - 2019, PG, 2hr 8min • Directed by Guy Ritchie, Starring Will Smith, Mena Massoud & Naomi Scott; A kind-hearted street urchin and a power-hungry Grand Vizier vie for a magic lamp that has the power to make their deepest wishes come true.

July 14 - West Side Story - 1961, 2hr 33min •  Winner of 10 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Director, Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Rita Moreno) and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (George Chakiris) Also Starring Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer & Russ Tamblyn; Two youngsters from rival New York City gangs fall in love, but tensions between their respective friends build toward tragedy.

July 21 - Grease - 1978, PG, 1hr. 50min.; Starring John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Jeff Conaway, Stockard Channing, Didi Conn, Frankie Avalon; Good girl Sandy Olsson and greaser Danny Zuko fell in love over the summer. When they unexpectedly discover they're now in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance?

Aug. 11 - Frozen 2 - 2019, PG, 1hr 43min • Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad. Alfred Molina; Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest of an enchanted land. They set out to find the origin of Elsa's powers in order to save their kingdom.

Aug. 18 - Toy Story 4 - 2019, G, 1hr 40min • Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Keegan-Michael Key, Keanu Reeves, Joan Cusack; When a new toy called "Forky" joins Woody and the gang, a road trip alongside old and new friends reveals how big the world can be for a toy.

Jackson & 7th Street Park

July 28 - The Lion King - 2019, PG, 1hr 58min • Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Seth Rogen, James Earl Jones, Keegan-Michael Key, John Oliver, After the murder of his father, a young lion prince flees his kingdom only to learn the true meaning of responsibility and bravery.

Aug. 4 - Onward - 2020, PG, 1hr 42min • Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Octavia Spencer, Tracey Ullman; Two elven brothers embark on a quest to bring their father back for one day.

THURSDAYS
CONCERTS IN SINATRA PARK 2021, 7pm to 9pm

525 Sinatra Drive

June 24 - Swingadelic - Everyone's favorite little "Big" band. Performing 1500 exuberant gigs since 1998, with a mix of blues, jazz and big band sounds from the 1950s and 60s.

July 1 - The Sounds of Sinatra featuring two favorite winners of Hoboken's yearly Sinatra Singing Contest. Performances by Tony Corrao and Jerry Pearce.

July 8 - Krystal - High energy classic rock.  Taking you back in time, doing the best of the greatest bands in Rock history !!!

July 15 - Hey Bulldog - One of the best Beatles' cover bands around.

July 22 - Tom Petty Engagement - An ALEO Production. Each summer they bring together some of the area’s finest musicians to celebrate the a national musical icon. This year they will celebrate the music of Tom Petty. He has written dozens of well-crafted tunes with hooks that are memorable and pleasing to the ears. The song structures are straight-ahead and elegant. His influence still resonates strongly and has made such a strong musical impact.

July 29 - A Bob Dylan Birthday Musical Tribute: Featuring performances by Swingadelic's Cheap Guitars, Gene D. Plumber, Kate Jacobs, Elena and Boo from The Demolition String Band, Deena and Jon from The Cucumbers, Jack Skuller, Abbe Rivers, Ed Fogarty, John Bauers, Dave Post Elevator Pitch and more

Aug. 5 - Julio Fernandez and Friends will present a great selection of music, from jazz and funk to classic rock. There will be a mixture of covers with one or two originals thrown in. As in past years, the band will include top area musicians with some surprises in store. Looking forward to playing live in Hoboken again!
Sponsored by Burgiss

Aug. 12 - Orquesta La Experiencia: A mix of Latin sounds: Salsa, Merengue & more. Sponsored by The Puerto Rican Cultural Committee: Raul Morales II, President

Aug. 19 - Hoboken Sings - Get ready to strut your stuff & show off your talent. Co-presentstion with the Hoboken Historic Museum

A Big Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors for 2021

GOLD: Kundert Volvo Cars of Hasbrouck Heights

SILVER: Ironstate Development, Burgiss, Suez Water, Muller Insurance, Wonder Lofts, CitiBike, the The Hoboken Public Library,

The Hoboken Business Center a JDA Group Property, Mission 50.

Assisted listening devices will be available upon request. Email request to: gfallo@hobokennj.gov. 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. For updates: gfallo@hobokennj.gov or call 201-420-2000 ex 5100

Hoboken Outdoor Citywide Art Walk & Craft Market 2021

A self-guided, citywide walking tour of displays of artists’ work, photography and a crafts market.

Free Self-Guided, Outdoor, Citywide Walking Tour of:
galleries, exhibitions of work by artists, artisans & photographers, a craft market, wall and utility box murals.

For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov

Some outdoor locations where exhibitions will take place:

1.  Church Square Park - Garden Street bet. 4th & 5th

2.  Sinatra Drive Walkway bet. 1st & 4th Street  

3.  7th & Jackson Plaza - behind the Monroe Center which is located at 720 Monroe St.

4.  1300 Hudson St. breezeway in front of the Hoboken Historic Museum

5.  Neumann Leather Building Courtyard - 66 Willow Ave. & 333 Newark St.

6. Community Church of Hoboken - 600 Bloomfield St.

See Map & Directory below for Complete List of locations.

Art Walk & Craft Market Location Directory 2021

Cultural Affairs

Contact Info

Cultural Affairs

Administrator of Cultural Affairs: Geraldine Fallo

HOBOKEN SPRING ARTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL

SUN. MAY 1, 2022,
11AM TO 6PM

Washington St. bet. Observer Highway to 7th St.

Over 300 artists, crafters, food vendor, local business & more. Plus 2 stages of live performanc TBA. If you are an artist or crafter & wish to display your work, or if wish to be a volunteer, contact gfallo@hobokennj,gov.

Thank you to our Sponsors:

Supported in part by a grant from the NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism. www.visitnj.org.

Sponsored by: Burgiss, Ironstate, Suez, and some very dear friends.

Special thanks to: Anthony Davids, Choco Pain, Dunkin Donuts, Shop Rite & Starbucks

Hoboken Music History Project

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”

Video Trailer: https://vimeo.com/665348211

Hoboken has a colorful musical past. Composer Stephen Foster wrote “Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair” while living here in 1854. It’s the birthplace of singers Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Roselli. Gerome Ragni and James Rado wrote the book and lyrics to the iconic Broadway musical Hair while living here in the 1960s. From the late 1970s thru the 1990s, it was home to the infamous, metro area rock venue Maxwell’s, spawning ground of a thriving indie music scene, as well as home to Bar/None Records.  The stories are numerous and the music eclectic.

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”, a 30-minute film, includes interviews with Luke Faust, Julio Fernandez, Jim & Beverly Hans, Patrick "Jude" Petrullo, Dorothy Blackwell McNeil, and members of the local band The Vee Jays, Ed Kwedar, Omar Mesa, and Frank Musumici, sharing exciting stories about the music scene in Hoboken at that time.

The producers spoke to many others, but due to funding constraints and a shortage of time were limited as to what could be included in this project. We encourage anyone interested in Hoboken history to do their own research. There are so many wonderful stories that need to be discovered, documented and preserved.

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970” will be presented as a Live Stream on the Hoboken Historical Museum’s Facebook - hobho.me/musicdocfb and YouTube -   hobho.me/musicdocyt pages on Sunday, Jan. 30th starting at 5pm. This is not an in=person presentation. Watch at home from the comfort of your living room.

. Live Q & A with special guests following the video streaming. Transcripts and audio files of the complete interviews will be made available through the Hoboken Historical Museum and Public Library at a later date. For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov.

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970” will be presented as a Live Stream on the Hoboken Historical Museum’s Facebook - hobho.me/musicdocfb and YouTube -   hobho.me/musicdocyt pages on Sunday, Jan. 30th starting at 5pm.

. Live Q & A with special guests to follow the video streaming. Transcripts and audio files of the complete interviews will be made available through the Hoboken Historical Museum and Public Library at a later date. For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov.

“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”, was produced by Branding Shorts.  

Special thanks to all of the participants for sharing their stories, The Hoboken Historical Museum, BobFoster, Rand Hoppe, Lois Dilivio, Tony Parente, Micki Pagano-Parente, Grace Hill, Chrissy McLarty Whisler, Irwin Chusid, Rob Harari and Jack Silbert.

This program is made possible by a grant from The New Jersey StateHistorical Commission, a Division of the Department of State, and administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, Hudson County Executive and the Board of County Commissioners.


“A Mile Square of Music: 1960 to 1970”, features interviews with:

LUKE FAUST, The Insect Trust

Luke Faust was born in Manhattan. In 1963, at age 27, he moved toHoboken. Playing harmonica, banjo, electric piano, and fiddle, Luke became a key member of musical group, The Insect Trust, whose ranks included RobertPalmer (later a famed music critic for the New York Times), vocalist NancyJeffries (who later became a prominent A&R executive for RCA, Electra &Virgin Records), and others.  The InsectTrust released two albums, a self-titled LP in 1968 and Hoboken Saturday Night in 1970 (reissued in 2005). Faust also played jug with The Holy Modal Rounders.Until recently, Faust co-ran the Monroe Street Movement Space in Hoboken with his wife Dena Reynolds.  

Julio Fernandez, Guitarist for Spyro Gyra

Julio Fernandez was born in Cuba and came to Hoboken in 1961. He picked up the guitar at age 9 and played in his first band a year later. Around that time, he opened for popular Hoboken band The Vee Jays and met Omar Mesa at a local performance venue. While a student at Hoboken High School, Julio and his music buddies put together the band Flight, which later became Top-Flite, playing gigs all over the tri-state area. In 1984, Julio was invited to audition for the jazz-rock fusion band Spyro Gyra and has been working with them for 37 years. When not touring the world, he continues to perform locally in Hoboken, most notably each summer at Sinatra Park with his all-star band,Julio Fernandez and Friends

 

JIM & BEVERLY HANS, business owners, artists, historians

Jim Hans arrived in Hoboken at age 30 in 1966. He and Beverly married that year and opened the antique store, the Hoboken Calendar Shop of CurrentEvents, on Newark Street. They successfully ran it for 8 years. The shop attracted so many local musicians, inspiring Jim and Beverly to organize music and theatrical performance events at the Grand Hotel on 3rd and Hudson Street.Jim also co-founded the Hoboken Historical Museum in 1986 and was its president until 1991. He is the author of 100 Hoboken Firsts, published in 2006.

 

Dorothy Blackwell McNeil (aka ‘PeeWee’ then & ‘Tante’ now) grew up in Hoboken.She was recognized in 2010 by The Board of Chosen Freeholders of Hudson County as a Woman of the Year for her work at Hoboken’s Club Zanzibar, where she served as business manager, hostess and bartender from 1971-1981. The club was founded in 1961 by her husband Charles McNeil. Club Zanzibar was an important theatrical venue on what then was commonly known as  the “Chitlin Circuit”, a series of performance venues throughout the eastern & southeastern United States that primarily served African American audiences. It was the first stop in New Jersey on their turn trip south, following a successful performance at New York’s famedApollo Theater, which was the most prestigious stop on the circuit. The club hosted African-American entertainers such as Wilson Pickett, Kool and the Gang,Millie Jackson,The Platters, The Coasters, Rufus Thomas, and other successful recording artists of the time. In 2018 McNeil, along with fellow Hoboken women trailblazers, photographer Dorothea Lange and sportswoman Maria Pepe, was honored by having her image included on a large (150’ by 35’) exterior mural located at 14th & Grand St.

 

PATRICK “JUDE” PETRULLO

Born and raised in Hoboken, Patty Petrullo’s early musical
influences include seeing his uncle Val Valente perform on the Ed Sullivan Show and hearing the Beatles on the radio. His first public performance was at theHoliday Inn on River St. in Hoboken with a group called The Poor Souls. At age13 Pat joined the most popular Hoboken band at the time, The Vee Jays, performing at local clubs and high school dances. At age 16 he joined TheBottle Brass, who gigged a lot at the Jersey Shore. That group later became Pat and the Bottled Brass. When the band recorded their first single in 1969, the record company changed the name of the band to The Student Body.  At age 20, Petrullo changed his name to PatrickJude and in 1973 landed the role of Judas in the original Broadway production of Jesus Christ Superstar.

THE VEE JAYS

After seeing the Beatles perform on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964,Hoboken friends Omar Mesa (lead guitar) and Ed Kwedar (drums) decided to form a band, soon joined by Frank Musumici (lead vocals/bass) and Peter Romano (rhythm guitar). (Keyboardist Ray Bryn was a later member.) The Vee Jays performed atHoboken High School, parties, hotels, bars, and a Battle of the Bands at thePalisades Amusement Park, which they won! The Vee Jays released a single,“Gloria” (a cover of the Them hit) and “Twine Time” (first recorded by AlvinCash) on the Clarity label.

 

The Vee Jay Bios:

Omar Mesa was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1948, and at age 6 moved toHoboken with his family. After his time in the Vee Jays, Omar was an original member of the Latin-funk band Mandrill, playing guitar on their first four albums on Polydor Records. With Mandrill he toured major venues nationwide and appeared on TV shows such as Soul Train and Don Kirschner’s Rock Concert.

Ed Kwedar was born at Hoboken’s St. Mary’s Hospital in 1949 and lived above theClub Zanzibar in his youth. He was drafted into the army in 1969, ending the original lineup of the Vee Jays. Ed then played in bands in California andPennsylvania before landing in Connecticut in 1981 to work for IBM. He stopped performing live when his son was born in 1985, but has never stopped playing music at home. 

Frank Musumici was born in New York City. His family moved toHoboken when he was 2. Frank left the Vee Jays when he was drafted in 1967 but returned to the band months later after being discharged with bad eyesight. Post-Vee Jays, Frank worked with comedian Rodney Dangerfield and performed at Dangerfield’s club in Manhattan.

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Cover of the album Hoboken Saturday Night
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Publication from The Hoboken Historical Museum about Club Zanzibar.

The band Flight


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Additional support provided by: Capital One Bank, Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, Nastasi Architects & WFUV

Special thanks to: Anthony Davids, Choco Pain, Dunkin Donuts, Shop Rite & Starbucks

Sponsors:

Supported in part by a grant from the NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism. www.visitnj.org.

Sponsored by: Burgiss, Citi Bike, Ironstate, Kundert Cars of Hasbrouck Heights, Pegasus Partners, Suez, The Taurasi Group, Wonder Lofts and some very dear friends.

Additional support provided by: Capital One Bank, Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects, Nastasi Architects & WFUV

Special thanks to: Anthony Davids, Choco Pain, Dunkin Donuts, Shop Rite & Starbucks

Volunteers are needed for morning vendor checkin.

For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov

Karyn Kuhl Band
(Photo by Mickey Deneher)


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Sponsors: Capital One Bank, NJ Lottery, PATH and NJ Lottery.
Food donations provided by:
Anthony Davids, Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, JP's Bagel Express, Losurdo's Italian Deli and Bakery, King's Fresh Ideas Supermarket

For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov.
Volunteers are needed

UPDATE:

CONCERTS IN SOUTHWEST PARK 2021
Harrison Street bet. Paterson Plank Rd. and Observer Hwy.

UPDATE:
Monday, August 9, 6PM to 7:30pm - BRETT ALTMAN: - blends pop and folk musical stylings through his intimate songwriting. His songs illuminate the moments of everyday life.
Elevator Pitch will not performing on Mon. Aug. 9th.

THURSDAYS
CONCERTS IN SINATRA PARK 2021, 7pm to 9pm

525 Sinatra Drive

UPDATE:

Aug. 12 - Orquesta La Experiencia: A mix of Latin sounds: Salsa, Merengue & more. Sponsored by The Puerto Rican Cultural Committee: Raul Morales II, President
with VIntage Car show along Sinatra Drive, bet. 4th & 5th Street east side just north of the soccer field.

Aug. 19 - Hoboken Sings - Get ready to strut your stuff & show off your talent. Co-presentstion with the Hoboken Historic Museum

Wed. Sept. 1st, 7pm to 9pm - A Bob Dylan Birthday Musical Tribute: Featuring performances by Swingadelic's Cheap Guitars, Gene D. Plumber, Kate Jacobs, Elena and Boo from The Demolition String Band, Deena and Jon from The Cucumbers, James Mastro, Abbe Rivers, Ed Fogarty, John Bauers, Dave Post and more

Spaghetti Dinner Block Party

Thur. Aug. 26th, 5pm to 8pm: Walkway along Sinatra Drive bet. 1st & 2nd St.
Proof of Vaccination will be required for attendees 12 years of age and up.
Children under 12 should wear a face mask upon entry.  

Individual Tickets for Adults are $40,
Individual tickets for Seniors are $20;
Individual Tickets for Children ages 12 and Under are $15

To Guarantee a Reserved Table (seats 10 people) $400.00;
Seating is limited, so buy tickets early.

Includes: 4 kinds of pasta, meatballs, sausage, eggplant parmigiana,
salad, bread and Italian desserts.
Wine, beer, water, soda, also available for an additional charge.
Proceeds from alcohol sales to benefit the Hoboken Ambulance Corp.
Outside alcohol not permitted. Coolers will be checked at the entrance.

Attendees 12 years of age and up will be required to show
Proof of Vaccination at the entrance of the event.

2 blocks from all public transportation: PATH, NY Waterway Ferries,
NJ Transit trains & buses, and Hudson Bergen Lightrail.
Proceeds to support the City of Hoboken Cultural Affairs Trust.

MONDAYS
CONCERTS IN SOUTHWEST PARK 2021

58 Harrison Street. See times listed below for each show

June 14 - The Fuzzy Lemons: 6:30pm to 7:30pm

June 21 - Gene D. Plumber (6pm to 8pm) - swinging honkytonk-a-billy

June 28 - Joe Taino Group  (6pm to 8pm) - 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 (6pm to 8pm) - 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 - Ron Albanese (Polka Dot) (6:30pm to 7:30pm) - energetic, colorful, and totally family fun!

August 2 - ZYDECO REVELATORS  (6pm to 8pm) - 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: The School of Rock student band will play a mix of rock classics (6:30PM - 7:30PM

TUESDAYS
Family Fun Nights at Shipyard Park 2021: Co-sponsored by Ironstate

13 St. & Bernard McFeeley Drive and Shipyard Lane
Concerts from 7pm to 8pm

June 15 - Yosi Sing-A-Long -  "Yosi’s shows are whimsical, interactive and imaginative, featuring an enthusiasm that is both magical and infectious. Yosi has five award-winning CDs and his music can be heard nationally on Sirius/XM SatelliteRadio, and WXPN "- Kids Corner.

June 22 - Music Together - Fun, Fabulous, Uplifting and Magical are just some of the words used to describe Music Together.

June 29 - Ron Albanese (Polka Dot) - energetic, colorful, and totally fun!

July 6 - Music with Corey - Corey has the rare knack of connecting with kids through music. He loves what he does and it shows.

July 13 - Rockness Music - During Rockness shows, the stage disappears and everyone is in the band. Children participate in sing-a-longs, with big movement, and dramatic play. The performances are exciting, entertaining, and educational!

July 20 - The Fuzzy Lemons - Get ready to jump, wiggle, and shake with The Fuzzy Lemons, the juiciest family-friendly rock band on the scene! With laugh-out-loud lyrics and memorable melodies, every song tells a story.

July 27 - Birds and Ballads - The joy of birds through music, creative activity and discovery with Mr. Train and Dave Lambert

Aug. 3 - Americana Family Jamboree - old time fiddle tunes by the Carter Family, Woody Guthrie, Bill Monroe, Pete Seeger & more

Aug. 10 - Erin Lee and the Up Past Bedtime Band - skip, holler, dance & sing along

Aug. 17 - Mr. Magico - High energy, magical entertainment

WEDNESDAYS
Movie Under the Stars Schedule for 2021 Season

Screenings start at sundown: 9pm in June & July and bet. 8:15pm / 8:30pm in August

Presented by Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla, the City of Hoboken, Projected Images of Hudson County, Kundert Volvo Cars of Hasbrouck Heights and Wonder Lofts

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.

For those who are hearing challenged, subtitles will be projected onto the movie screen upon request.

Also, assisted listening devices will be available upon request. Email request to: gfallo@hobokennj.gov. Must give 3 weeks notice.

Bring a picnic basket, blanket or low-back chair.

Screenings will be cancelled due to inclement weather. For more information & updates, call 201-420-5100 ex. 5100 or gfallo@hobokennj.gov

Pier A Park, 100 Sinatra Drive

June 16 - Mamma Mia - 2008, PG-13, 1hr 48min; Starring Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan, Amanda Seyfried; The story of a bride-to-be trying to find her real father told using hit songs by the popular 1970s group ABBA.

June 23 - Rocketman - 2019, R, 2hr 1min • Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell & Richard Madden; A musical fantasy about the fantastical human story of Elton John's breakthrough years.

June 30 - Jumanji: The Next Level - 2019, PG, 2hr 15min; Starring Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Nick Jonas, Awkwafina, Danny Glover, Danny DeVito; The gang is back but the game has changed. As they return to rescue one of their own, the players will have to brave parts unknown from arid deserts to snowy mountains, to escape the world's most dangerous game.

July 7 - Aladdin - 2019, PG, 2hr 8min • Directed by Guy Ritchie, Starring Will Smith, Mena Massoud & Naomi Scott; A kind-hearted street urchin and a power-hungry Grand Vizier vie for a magic lamp that has the power to make their deepest wishes come true.

July 14 - West Side Story - 1961, 2hr 33min •  Winner of 10 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Director, Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Rita Moreno) and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (George Chakiris) Also Starring Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer & Russ Tamblyn; Two youngsters from rival New York City gangs fall in love, but tensions between their respective friends build toward tragedy.

July 21 - Grease - 1978, PG, 1hr. 50min.; Starring John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Jeff Conaway, Stockard Channing, Didi Conn, Frankie Avalon; Good girl Sandy Olsson and greaser Danny Zuko fell in love over the summer. When they unexpectedly discover they're now in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance?

Aug. 11 - Frozen 2 - 2019, PG, 1hr 43min • Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad. Alfred Molina; Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest of an enchanted land. They set out to find the origin of Elsa's powers in order to save their kingdom.

Aug. 18 - Toy Story 4 - 2019, G, 1hr 40min • Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Keegan-Michael Key, Keanu Reeves, Joan Cusack; When a new toy called "Forky" joins Woody and the gang, a road trip alongside old and new friends reveals how big the world can be for a toy.

Jackson & 7th Street Park

July 28 - The Lion King - 2019, PG, 1hr 58min • Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Seth Rogen, James Earl Jones, Keegan-Michael Key, John Oliver, After the murder of his father, a young lion prince flees his kingdom only to learn the true meaning of responsibility and bravery.

Aug. 4 - Onward - 2020, PG, 1hr 42min • Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Octavia Spencer, Tracey Ullman; Two elven brothers embark on a quest to bring their father back for one day.

THURSDAYS
CONCERTS IN SINATRA PARK 2021, 7pm to 9pm

525 Sinatra Drive

June 24 - Swingadelic - Everyone's favorite little "Big" band. Performing 1500 exuberant gigs since 1998, with a mix of blues, jazz and big band sounds from the 1950s and 60s.

July 1 - The Sounds of Sinatra featuring two favorite winners of Hoboken's yearly Sinatra Singing Contest. Performances by Tony Corrao and Jerry Pearce.

July 8 - Krystal - High energy classic rock.  Taking you back in time, doing the best of the greatest bands in Rock history !!!

July 15 - Hey Bulldog - One of the best Beatles' cover bands around.

July 22 - Tom Petty Engagement - An ALEO Production. Each summer they bring together some of the area’s finest musicians to celebrate the a national musical icon. This year they will celebrate the music of Tom Petty. He has written dozens of well-crafted tunes with hooks that are memorable and pleasing to the ears. The song structures are straight-ahead and elegant. His influence still resonates strongly and has made such a strong musical impact.

July 29 - A Bob Dylan Birthday Musical Tribute: Featuring performances by Swingadelic's Cheap Guitars, Gene D. Plumber, Kate Jacobs, Elena and Boo from The Demolition String Band, Deena and Jon from The Cucumbers, Jack Skuller, Abbe Rivers, Ed Fogarty, John Bauers, Dave Post Elevator Pitch and more

Aug. 5 - Julio Fernandez and Friends will present a great selection of music, from jazz and funk to classic rock. There will be a mixture of covers with one or two originals thrown in. As in past years, the band will include top area musicians with some surprises in store. Looking forward to playing live in Hoboken again!
Sponsored by Burgiss

Aug. 12 - Orquesta La Experiencia: A mix of Latin sounds: Salsa, Merengue & more. Sponsored by The Puerto Rican Cultural Committee: Raul Morales II, President

Aug. 19 - Hoboken Sings - Get ready to strut your stuff & show off your talent. Co-presentstion with the Hoboken Historic Museum

A Big Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors for 2021

GOLD: Kundert Volvo Cars of Hasbrouck Heights

SILVER: Ironstate Development, Burgiss, Suez Water, Muller Insurance, Wonder Lofts, CitiBike, the The Hoboken Public Library,

The Hoboken Business Center a JDA Group Property, Mission 50.

Assisted listening devices will be available upon request. Email request to: gfallo@hobokennj.gov. 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. For updates: gfallo@hobokennj.gov or call 201-420-2000 ex 5100

Hoboken Outdoor Citywide Art Walk & Craft Market 2021

A self-guided, citywide walking tour of displays of artists’ work, photography and a crafts market.

Free Self-Guided, Outdoor, Citywide Walking Tour of:
galleries, exhibitions of work by artists, artisans & photographers, a craft market, wall and utility box murals.

For more information: gfallo@hobokennj.gov

Some outdoor locations where exhibitions will take place:

1.  Church Square Park - Garden Street bet. 4th & 5th

2.  Sinatra Drive Walkway bet. 1st & 4th Street  

3.  7th & Jackson Plaza - behind the Monroe Center which is located at 720 Monroe St.

4.  1300 Hudson St. breezeway in front of the Hoboken Historic Museum

5.  Neumann Leather Building Courtyard - 66 Willow Ave. & 333 Newark St.

6. Community Church of Hoboken - 600 Bloomfield St.

See Map & Directory below for Complete List of locations.

Art Walk & Craft Market Location Directory 2021

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