PATH TO FAME: Port Authority & Hudson County Seek Live Musicians to Make Train Delays More Pleasant
The Port Authority of NY/NJ wants to turn this:
Cant get to Penn Station because another train derailed and #NJTransit says don’t worry you can just take the #Path because we are routing you to #Hoboken. Finally make it on path and conductor says “we are stuck because signal problems.” Only got to work 90min late. Happy Friday pic.twitter.com/Zs6ERX8rlS
— Zach Hrinuk (@ZachHrinuk) November 2, 2018
So this just happened at #PennStation post #Robyn concert. #NYC pic.twitter.com/V0Xo4ehP0A
— Jeremiah (@jercorley) March 9, 2019
PANYNJ has just announced a call for talent to participate in the “PATH Performs! Art in Transit Program” is presented by PATH and the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs/Tourism Development.
According to the trans-Hudson rail service provider, performances will be held in select PATH stations throughout Hudson County from June through October.
Interested artists are invited to apply for an audition by March 21, 2019 by submitting a completed application to PATHCommunity@panynj.gov. PATH will contact those who are eligible.
Auditions (YES—auditions) are scheduled to take place between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27 and Thursday, March 28 at the William Brennan Courthouse, 583 Newark Avenue in Jersey City.
For questions about the program, please email PATHCommunity@panynj.gov.