It’s baaack:

City of Hoboken announces:


Mayor Dawn Zimmer and the the City of Hoboken are proud to host the Hoboken
Fall Arts & Music Festival on Sunday Oct. 3, 2010 from 11am to 6pm.
Admission is free.

The fair will take place on Washington Street between Observer Highway and
7th Street and will feature more than 300 artists, sculptors, photographers,
craftspeople, local businesses, restaurants, and food vendors as well as
rides, games, face painting and much more. Visitors are strongly encouraged
to arrive via public transportation. 

Vendor applications are currently available. Please call 201-420-2207 for

3 stages of live performance featuring

Newark Street Stage 
noon     Care Bears on Fire 
1pm        The Fave  
2pm        The Guitar Bar All Stars  
3pm        Richard Barone  
4:30pm   The Losers Lounge disco tribute 

3rd Street Stage 
entertainment for the whole family
Noon to 12:30pm Erin Lee & the Up Past Bedtime Band  
1pm to 1:30pm  Oakie Dokie Clown  
2pm to 2:30pm   Erin Lee & the Up Past Bedtime Band  
3pm to 3:30pm   Dawnie  
4pm to 4:30pm Oakie Dokie Clown  
5pm to 5:30pm Dawnie 

6th Street Stage
12:30pm   Newport Dance Ensemble – Kid’s Group 
12:50pm Dakota Davenport 
1:20pm A Music Space record release of Hoboken Kids Unmuted 
1:50pm Brady & Aphrodesia 
2:20pm Emily Turonis and Art Desimine 
3pm Loretta Hagen 
4pm Lorax 
5pm Frankie Morales & the mambo of the Times Orchestra 

* Special section with Fine Artists located between 2nd & 3rd Street, 
so if you are an Art collector, this is the place to be.  Oil paintings,
watercolors, acrylics, sculpture & much more

* Lots of great Food throughout the Fair such as: Thai, Indian, Greek,
French, Mexican, Cajun and Italian.

* Children’s area on 3rd street with rides, games, creative activities,
magic show, 
face painting, clowns,  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.

The festival is only 3 blocks from all public transportation including:
PATH, NY Waterway Ferries, NJ Transit Trains & Buses & Hudson Bergen
For more information call 201-420-2207 or check us out at


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