Talented singer-songwriters will be the order of the day on Sunday, as Willie Nile and (NJ’s-own) Nicole Atkins anchor what looks to be a day full of phenomenal entertainment at the Hoboken Fall Arts & Music Festival this Sunday, September 27 on Washington Street (b/t Observer Highway & 7th) from 11am to 6pm
The festival features over 300 artists, crafters, photographers, sculptors,
food vendors, local restaurants, businesses, non-profits, giveaways and more.
Performance Schedule (subject to change)
Observer Highway Stage
- noon – Twiddlin’ Thumbs
- 12:45pm – SYKA
- 1:40pm – The Porchistas
- 2:50pm – Nicole Atkins
- 4:30pm – Willie Nile
3rd Street Stage – Children’s area
- noon – Garden Street School of the Performing Arts
- 1:00pm – Jason Didner & the Jungle Gym Jam
- 3:00pm – Preschool of Rock
- 4:00pm – Carol Lester
7th Street Stage
- 12:30pm – All Saints Hip Hop with Jenn Eisenberg
- 12:45pm – Hoboken High School Rockin’ Red Wings
- 1:05pm – Annie Minogue Band
- 2:00pm – Emily & the Ideals
- 3:00pm – Deaf Rhino
- 4:00pm – Glenn Morrow’s Cry for Help
- 5:00pm – Frankie Morales & the Mambo of the Times Orchestra
(Schedules are tentative and subject to change)
- Children’s activities on 3rd street with rides, games, creative activities, face painting, sand art, balloons, live performances and much, much more
- Paintings, sculpture, photography, pottery, metalwork, wood items, mosaics, glass, painted furniture, quilts, household items made from recycled materials, clothing & fashion accessories, hand knits, candles, jewelry, dried florals, soaps & body products, honey, herbs & teas, and other unique handcrafted items.
- Thai, Indian, Greek, French, Mexican, Cajun and Italian. Festival favorites: Sausage & peppers, cheesesteak, pulled pork, zeppoles, fried oreos, crepes, gyros,
crab cakes empanadas, mozzarepas and more.
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.