Construction continues on Washington Street, but the show must go on…
The Fall Hoboken Arts & Music Festival will once again be held uptown, this Sunday, September 24th.
Highlights include artists, crafters, photographers, food vendors, live music, and more. The event will include two stages of live music at 8th Street and 14th Street.
8th Street Stage
NOON: Sensational Country Blues Wonders
1:00pm Campfire Flies
2:00pm Zydeco Revelators
3:00pm The Skullers
4:30pm Queens of Soul (ALEO Productions)
13th Street Stage
12:00pm Songs for Seeds
12:50pm Preschool of Rock
1:45pm Garden St. School
2:45pm Andrea de la Vogue
3:30pm Gene D. Plumber
5:00pm Frankie Morales & the Mambo of the Times Orchestra
This year’s Fall fest should take on a Sunday Funday Summer feel, as temps will be pretty warm—with highs in the upper 80’s.
It should get hotter still, when singers Christina Alessi, Jaime DellaFave, Sylvana Joyce, Carolyn Monroe, and Casey Solomon take the stage for an encore performance of their heavy-hitting Queens of Soul show.
“These five girls have such incredible voices and self-expression. And they are, so joyfully, five very different singers,” says ALEO Productions’ Jaime De Jesus. “This show is a great avenue for each of them to shine and be seen by the greater Hoboken audience.”
Backing up this powerful pentaverate will be the Sun Dogs Orchestra, featuring:
Ty Tuschen – guitar
Jaime DeJesus – bass
Johnny Roccessano – drums
Jim Bell – trumpet
Matt Lepek – tenor sax
Jeremy Hunt – baritone sax
Ben Krupit – trombone/flute/percussion
Stay hydrated… it’s gonna be sultry.