Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011
11am to 6pmOver 300 Artists, Crafters, Photographers,
Takes place on Washington St.
between Observer Highway to 7th St.
Sculptors, Local Businesses, Restaurants,
Food Vendors, local non-profits & more
Rain or shine • Admission is Free
With 3 Stages of live music
with performances by:
Skanatra, Swingadelic, Hello Radio, Buzz Universe,
The Romance Commandos, Specktrum, LiL Monstaz,
Frankie Morales & the Mambo of the Times Orchestra,
The Benson Ridge Project, Big Jeff & the Bouncy People,
Erin & the Up Past Bedtime Band & much more
Vendor applications are still available.
Volunteers are needed.
Geri Fallo, Division of Cultural Affairs
Send an Email
Performance Schedule TBA
Schedules are tentative and subject to change.
Observer Hwy (bet. Newark & Observer Hwy)
Noon - The Jersey Follettes
12:45 pm - Emily and the Turitones
2:00 pm - Swingadelic
3:30 pm - The Romance Commandos
4:45 pm - Skanatra
Sixth Street Stage
12:30 pm - Specktrum
1:00pm - LiL Monstaz
1:45 pm - The Benson Ridge Project
2:30 pm - Hello Radio
3:45 pm - Buzz Universe
5:00 pm - Frankie Morales and the Mambo of the Times Orchestra
Children’s Stage located in the Capital One Bank parking lot on 3rd Street
11:45 am - Garden Street Music
12:30 pm - Hudson Dance & Music
1:10pm - Big Jeff & the Bouncy People
2:00 pm - Big Jeff & the Bouncy People
3:00 pm - Erin Lee & the Up Past Bedtime Band
4:00 pm - Erin Lee & the Up Past Bedtime Band
Special features include
- Fine artists are located between 2nd & 3rd St., so if you are an art collector, this is the place to be. Oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, sculpture, mixed media, etc.
- Children’s area on 3rd street with rides, games, creative activities, puppet show, face painting,
clowns, 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, cementware, batik clothing, hand painted furniture, candles, jewelry, dried florals, soaps & lotions and much more
- Food: Lots of great food throughout the fair. Hoboken restaurants will set up street cafes offering an eclectic variety of international foods such as: Thai, Indian, Greek, French, Mexican, Cajun and Italian
TransportationLocated just 3 blocks from all public transportation:
PATH, NJ Transit Trains & buses, NY Waterway Ferries & the Hudson Bergen Lightrail
Washington Street will be closed from 6am to 9pm
between Observer Highway and 7th Street
During this time, NJ TRANSIT Bus No. 22 (North Bergen-Union City-Hoboken),
No. 89 (North Bergen-Hoboken) and No. 126 (Hoboken-New York)
will operate on a detour.
Customers traveling toward North Bergen and New York
will board and alight along Bloomfield Street at customer’s request.
Customers traveling toward Hoboken Terminal
will board and alight along Willow Avenue at marked bus stop locations.