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October 8, 2013

Free Popsicle Classical Music Concert at Hudson School in Hoboken Sunday October 20 at 3pm

The latest free musical performance from the Hudson School features Pamela Ross and friends present an afternoon of POPSICAL MUSIC for the entire family, with selections from Brahms to Broadway and Bach again! The concert is at the Hudson School on Sunday October 30th at 3pm. Details are below:

Where: The Hudson School, 601 Park Avenue, Hoboken NJ
When: Sunday, October 20, 3 PM
Admission: FREE
For information and reservations: Evelyn Bonilla: 862-373-0806

Hudson School Popsicle Concert Hoboken 10-20-2013

Pictured below, left to right: Michael Midlarsky/cello, Christina Bouey/violin, Isabel Hagen/viola, Pamela Ross/piano

Christina Bouey

Violinist Christina Bouey has been hailed by the New York Times for playing “beautifully,” by the New York Post, which wrote “when violinist Christina Bouey spun out that shimmering tune, I thought I died and went to heaven,” and by Opera News for playing “with exquisite, quivering beauty.” Among her awards and prizes are the Hugo Kortchak Award for outstanding achievement in chamber music, the Canadian National Music Festival, the Queens Concerto Competition (NYC), and the Balsam Duo Competition. Christina has performed as soloist with the Prince Edward Island Symphony, Shattered Glass in New York and the Hemenway Strings in Boston. Her solo and chamber performance credits include Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Harvard Club of New York. Christina had the privilege of playing the role of the Demonic Violinist in the musical “Heaven and Hell,” which had its world premiere at the Boston Conservatory Music Festival. She has degrees from Boston Conservatory of Music and Manhattan School of music. Christina is also a seasoned coloratura and has won many prizes for her vocal expertise.

Michael Midlarsky

Cellist Michael Midlarsky has performed extensively as a chamber musician and soloist over the course of his career. He received his Masters of Music as a Collins Distinguished Fellow from the University of Wisconsin- Madison and earned his Bachelor’s degree at the Eastman School of Music. He has won numerous awards and distinctions including the Howard Hanson and Linda van Voorhies Awards for study at the Eastman School, the National School Orchestra Soloist Award, Queens College Cultural Heritage Competition, NJ American String Teachers’ Association Competition, East Brunswick Orchestra Competition, and prizewinner in the Juilliard Pre-College Orchestra Competition. Michael has premiered many new works as well as recorded for the Naxos, Innovo, New Dynamics, Heavenly Records, and NBC labels. He has collaborated with great artists across the entire musical spectrum, from John Cale and Guy Berryman (Coldplay), to Osvaldo Golijov and Mark O’Connor. He is currently on the music faculty of the St. Ann’s School in Brooklyn.

Isabel Hagen

Violist Isabel Hagen is an active chamber musician and avid performer of new music. She is currently pursuing her Master of Music degree at the Juilliard School, where she received her Bachelor of Music degree .Isabel is co-principal violist of the Juilliard Orchestra and has performed with new music ensembles such as Alarm Will Sound, Ensemble Signal, American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME), and the Wordless Music Orchestra. A member of the Kleio Quartet, Isabel has appeared in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, BAM, and le Poisson Rouge. A two-time recipient of Rosemary Glyde Scholarships given by the New York Viola Society, Isabel also enjoys singing in many styles, and received vocal training while attending the pre-college division of the Juilliard School.

Pamela Ross

Pianist Pamela Ross is a Hoboken-based pianist/actress/writer whose award winning one woman shows have had long runs Off Broadway and in theatres and performing arts venues around the world. She has appeared as soloist with major orchestras and is a recording artist with several widely distributed CDs and DVDs. Many of her programs can be seen on public television, the Arts & Entertainment Television Network, and heard regularly on classical radio stations. Miss Ross has been on the faculty of several universities, and is presently teaching in the Department of Music Technology at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken. She is a member of Actors’ Equity Association, Association of Film, Television, and Recording Artists, Screen Actors’ Guild, and The Dramatists Guild. Visit her at www.pamelaross.com.

The Hudson School

The Hudson School, a small, independent school for grades 5-12 accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, was founded in 1978 by Suellen Newman. A community of scholars, it offers academically motivated and creative children a rigorous and broad college-preparatory curriculum with strong emphasis on the arts. For information about the admissions process, please contact Mrs. Newman, founder and director, at 201-659-8335 ext. 107.

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September 26, 2013

Hoboken Fall Arts and Music Festival Sunday September 29th 2013 11am to 6pm

Mayor Dawn Zimmer & the City of Hoboken proudly present the

Hoboken Fall Arts and Music Festival

Sunday September 29, 2013 • 11am to 6pm

Admission is Free • Rain or shine Washington Street between

Observer Highway and 7th Street

Hoboken Arts and Music Festival Crowds

For information, contact Geri Fallo at 201-420-2207. Vendor applications are available. Email requests to: gfallo@hobokennj.org.

Featuring over 300 artists, sculptors, photographers and local crafters, as well as rides, games, face painting, local businesses, non-profits, restaurants, food vendors, and much more.

3 Stages of live music featuring:

The Feelies: the legendary & influential rock band, reunited in 2008 with a highly successful series of concerts (including shows at Battery Park in NYC on July 4th of 2008 with Sonic Youth and at an REM Tribute concert at Carnegie Hall).  The classic Feelies lineup of Glenn Mercer, Bill Million, Dave Weckerman, Brenda Sauter, and Stanley Demeski performed their first shows since 1991.  Formed in Haledon NJ in 1976, The Feelies released 5 albums- including their critically acclaimed & influential debut Crazy Rhythms, which was voted #49 in the top 100 albums of the 1980s by Rolling Stone magazine and chosen by Spin Magazine as #49 of the best alternative records of all time. The twin-guitar attack of songwriters & founders Glenn Mercer and Bill Million is the infectious sound of the group. Paired with driving drums & percussion, it has left an indelible mark on the landscape of rock and roll.

Speed the Plough: is a multi-generational sextet celebrating their 30th year of making music, going back to their very first show, which was at Maxwell’s in Hoboken. Starting in their earlier incarnation as The Trypes, the group has always explored diverse instrumentation in a rock context, ranging from chamber pop to psychedic to folk rock. The group is marking the release of their career retrospective on Bar-None Records, “The Plough and The Stars.”

Davey & the Trainwreck: After meeting and hanging out in Hoboken for years, this group of old friends got together to play good, solid, and seemingly simple folk rock, reminiscent of Bob Dylan & the Band.  Lead by Hoboken Music Award winning song writer Dave Calamoneri, Davey & the Trainwreck’s motto: Good Music.  Good Friends.  Good Times.

Stuyvesant: Listeners familiar with the ‘90s Hoboken scene will remember singer/guitarist Ralph Malanga from the band Footstone and singer/guitarist Sean Adams and bassist Brian Musikoff from the Jersey City-based Friends, Romans, Countrymen. At the advent of the 2000s, these indie rock veterans teamed up with drummer Pete Martinez (proprietor of Hoboken’s Drum Den) as Stuyvesant, and picked up where they left off with their respective former groups, continuing the pursuit of perfect power riffage, rousing choruses, & impassioned vocals. Stuyvesant’s third full length effort, written & recorded in Hoboken, shall be released in early 2014!

Jack Skuller: 17 year old Jack Skuller is as inspired by the Everly Brothers as he is by the Black Keys. He has toured 12 major cities for RADIO DISNEY. He has performed live on FOX-TV’s Good Day New York and launched his career at 14 with a single on indie label BAR/NONE Records. Jack has appeared in Teen Vogue, New York Post, Time Out New York, J-14, Twist, New York Press and the Examiner.

The NERDS: high-energy stage show that combines rock & comedy, playing all your favorite hits.

Carolina Jug Stompers: Jugband gems, fiddle & mandolin rags, hokum & blues, ancient jazz, & original songs. The jug in the Carolina Jug Stompers is played by Hoboken legend Luke Faust, who’s played with Dave Van Ronk, the Holy Modal Rounders, and Insect Trust.  He’s joined by Ron Cole on fiddle, Randy Johnson on mandolin, and WB Reid on 6-string banjo. Randy Johnson has toured the US & England as a member of the New North Carolina Ramblers, as well as with Pete Peterson & Kellie Allen. Ron Cole has been the maven of hokum fiddle & obscure songs for decades, & most recently has been making music with the Piedmont Rhythm Aces in the Chapel Hill, NC area. WB Reid is the band’s west-coaster, fronting, with Suzy Thompson, the acclaimed Berkeley based 1920s party music band, The Todalo Shakers.

Gene D. Plumber: A Hoboken jewel, Gene plays a mix of standard styles, what he calls Tex-Mex-abilly.

The Deb Stein Authority: Hoboken resident & jazz flutist, Deb Stein brings together an impressive line-up of musicians performing Latin Jazz, Blues & Standards. Featuring Berklee School of Music graduates Alan Chaubert on piano & trumpet, Jim Savitt on guitar, Rob Rolling on bass & Andy O’Neill on drums.

The Fuzzy Lemons: Get ready to jump, wiggle, and shake with The Fuzzy Lemons, the juiciest family-friendly rock band on the scene!  With laugh-out-loud lyrics and memorable melodies, every song tells a story and every show is full of fun, inspiring kids of all ages to dance and sing along with music the whole family will love!

Preschool of Rock: was founded by Michael Napolitano, a longtime member of the Blue Man Group organization and former Music Specialist at the Blue Man Creativity Center in NYC. The school offers a unique music based curriculum for children and their families. Each Preschool of Rock class or show is a roof raising celebration.  Their use of original music, drum circles, guitars, dramatic play, puppets, movement and storytelling captivates audiences.

The Garden Street School Band: Garden Street School of the Performing Arts is owned by longtime local residents Dan and Annie McLoughlin.  Garden Street is the leading school for training in all aspects of the arts including dance, theater, music, and art.  There are classes for all ages, styles, & levels from the complete beginner to the aspiring professional. They start at age 1 through adults, & there is a class for everyone. Garden Street staff is comprised of the most talented artists in the country, from Broadway credits, Grammy nominations & more.

Performance Schedule

Observer Highway Stage

  • noon – Lonesome Prairie Dogs
  • 12:45pm -  Stuyvesant
  • 1:30pm – Jack Skuller
  • 2:15pm  -  Davey and the Trainwreck
  • 3:15pm  – Speed the Plough
  • 4:30pm- The Feelies

3rd Street Stage – children’s area

  • Noon – 12:30pm – Preschool of Rock
  • 12:50pm to 1:20pm – Garden Street School
  • 1:45pm to 2:15pm – Fuzzy Lemons
  • 2:35pm to 3:05pm – Garden Street School
  • 3:30pm to 4:00pm – Fuzzy Lemons
  • 4:30pm to 5:00pm – Preschool of Rock

6th Street Stage

  • 12:30pm - Brody
  • 1:00pm - Gene D. Plumber
  • 2:00pm  - The NERDS
  • 3:15pm - Carolina Jug Stompers
  • 4:00pm - Deb Stein & the Master Class
  • 5:00pm  - Danny Matos y Son Candela Salsa Band

 

Special features include

  • Fine artists are located between 2nd & 3rd Sts. (both sides), 5th & 6th Sts. (North, East side), and artists from the Monroe Center for the Arts between First & Newark Sts. (North, East side), so if you are an art collector, these are the locations you will want to explore first. Oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, sculpture, mixed media, photography, etc.
  • Children’s activities on 3rd street with rides, games, creative activities, face painting, sand art, 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, batik clothing, hand painted furniture, candles, jewelry, dried florals, soaps & lotions and other unique handcrafted items.
  • 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.

Volunteers Needed
Volunteers are greatly needed to help with vendor setup the morning of the event from 7:00am to 11:00am. Anyone interested in helping should contact Geri Fallo in the Cultural Affairs Office at 201-420-2207 or gfallo@hobokennj.org.

How to Get Here
Located just 3 blocks from all public transportation: PATH, NJ Transit Trains & buses, NY Waterway Ferries & the Hudson Bergen Light Rail. For details, visit: www.hobokennj.org/visit/how-to-get-here

Washington Street between Observer Highway and 7th Street will be closed from 6am to 9pm. 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.

Sponsors
United Water, The Hoboken Reporter, Capital One Bank, Walgreens, PATH, Port Authority of NY & NJ

Food & Beverage Donated by: Anthony David’s, Lisa’s Deli, Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Luca Brasi, Vito’s Italian Deli, Losurdo Brothers Deli/Tony’s Italian Bakery.

Supported in part by a grant from the Department of State, Division of Travel & Tourism, www.visitnj.org

For more information call 201-420-2207 or email gfallo@hobokennj.org
For updates, visit: www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/cultural-affairs/arts-music-festival

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September 19, 2013

Hoboken Oktoberfest September 27 and 28 Saints Peter and Paul Church

Filed under: Beer,Hoboken,Live Music,Octoberfest — Tags: , , — TheBoken @ 12:30 PM

Hoboken Oktoberfest 9-27-2013

Hoboken Oktoberfest sponsored by Saints Peter and Paul Church September 27 and 28 is coming soon. This event located at 404 Hudson Street will have a beer garden with fresh brews, gourmet beer brats, authentic pretzels and fine cigars. There will also be music and activities for the kids (Kinder). The festival runs from noon to 5pm on September 27 and Noon to 10pm on September 28.  For more information go to www.spphoboken.com or email  secretaryspp@gmail.com.

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August 27, 2013

Pilsener Haus Jam Wednesday August 28 8pm-midnight with Julio Fernandez and Jennifer Lampert

Filed under: Bars,Hoboken,Live Music,Pilsener Haus — Tags: , , , — TheBoken @ 12:35 PM

Pilsener Haus Jam 8-28-2013

The Pilsener Haus in Hoboken is hosting another great musical lineup tomorrow night Wednesday August 28 from 8pm until midnight. Renowned guitarist Julio Fernandez of Spyro Gyra will be celebrating his Birthday eve with a bratwurst, a beer and a band!

The Pilsener Haus Jam will feature Julio Fernandez on Guitar,Jennifer Lampert on Vocals, Chris Clark on Keys Dave Post on Bass and Charlie Caldarola on Drums.

There is no cover for this great group of performers.

Pilsener-Haus-Entrance-Lamp-HDR

Pilsener Haus and Biergarten

Address: 15th Street between Adams and Grand Streets, Hoboken

Phone: 201-683-5465

Summer hours start May 1:

  • Open Monday – Thursday 4:00pm – 2:00am
  • Friday 3:00pm – 2:00am
  • Saturday noon – 3:00am / Sunday noon – 2:00am
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August 23, 2013

Julio Fernandez and Friends Close Out Hoboken Sinatra Park Outdoor Concert Series with a Stellar Funktastic Performance

Julio Fernandez and Friends Hoboken Sinatra Park 8-22-2013

Last night, Hoboken’s Outdoor concert series in Sinatra Park came to and end with a stellar performance from Julio Fernandez and friends. Julio Fernandez who is the lead guitarist for jazz fusion band Spyro Gyra and who spent a good deal of his formative years in Hoboken was back this year for his annual concert. Julio played a varied set that included works of Jimmy Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Carlos Santana, Stevie Wonder, Sly and the Family Stone, Tower of Power and even James Brown.

This year the band consisted of Julio Fernandez (guitars and vocals, Tom Bowes (vocals), Benny Harrison (keys & vocals), Richie Cannata (sax), Gene Perez (bass), Rocky Bryant (drums) and Rafael Cruz (percussion). Collectively these guys have worked with Tower of Power, Average White Band, Billy Joel, Willie Colon, The Rascals, and Spyro Gyra. The performance was energetic and had the audience tapping their feet and even some brave souls up and dancing.

Kudos to Julio Fernandez, his stellar band, The Burgiss Group for sponsoring this event, Mayor Dawn Zimmer, Geri Fallo and the City of Hoboken for hosting this as well. You have to love a city like Hoboken where you can see such amazing talent for free. Until next summer….

Video highlights and photos are below…..

 

Julio Fernandez and Friends Hoboken Sinatra Park 8-22-2013

Julio Fernandez and Friends Hoboken Sinatra Park 8-22-2013

Julio Fernandez and Friends Hoboken Sinatra Park 8-22-2013

Julio Fernandez and Friends Hoboken Sinatra Park 8-22-2013

Julio Fernandez and Friends Hoboken Sinatra Park 8-22-2013

Julio Fernandez and Friends Hoboken Sinatra Park 8-22-2013

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August 2, 2013

Reception for Artist Ka-Son Reeves at D’s Soul Full Cafe w/ Music by CraftLass

Ka-Son Reeves brings his artistic interpretations of urban life to D’s Soul Full Cafe (918 Willow Ave Hoboken NJ) this August along with the catchy tunes of singer/songwriter CraftLass.

Ka-son Reeves D's Soul Full Cafe August 2013 Hoboken

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Ka-Son Reeves grew up cultivating his natural artistic ability by watching the creative processes of his father — a portrait artist — and his eldest brother — a local Graffiti artist. Having received no formal art training, they instead were his artistic teachers and technical advisors. He’s participated in over 30 group and solo exhibitions in Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey, and is also the winner of numerous painting awards.

Thru his art, Ka-Son hopes to bring a sense of understanding and appreciation of the beauty and emotional spirit of urban life. We are very happy to have his work featured on our walls for the month of August.

Show Run:  August 2 – September 6, 2013

Opening Reception:

Sunday August 4, 2013 (3:00PM – 5:30PM). D’s Soul Full Cafe (918 Willow Ave Hoboken NJ). Our kitchen will be open to serve you. As always, this will be an alcohol-free celebration of the arts. Bring the kids!

Musical Entertainment
CraftLass is a singer/songwriter known for catchy tunes that really mean something. Whether opining on a current issue or just sharing something she’s experienced or learned about, her songs will make you think and bring a smile to your face.

Supporting The Arts

D’s Soul Full Cafe does not take any money from our artists or musicians. Any proceeds from art or music sold go directly to the artists or musicians. Any proceeds from art or music sold go directly to them.

Link: http://www.dssoulfullcafe.com/artists/august-2013-artist-ka-son-reeves/

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July 4, 2013

Jack Skuller to perform at Hoboken Summertime Concert July 18 at 7pm

Filed under: Hoboken,Live Music,Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — TheBoken @ 12:50 PM

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Local musician Jack Skuller will perform the Eddie Cochran classic “Summertime Blues” at Hoboken’s Hot Tunes in the Summertime on July 18th starting at 7pm.

This event will feature popular local musicians performing and reinterpreting your favorite summer tunes. It will be like a beach party by the river.

The event will be featuring performances by: Julio Fernandez, John Bauers, Tammy Faye Starlite, Jack Skuller, Jeremy Beck, Karyn Kuhl, Gene D. Plumber, Jennifer Lampert, Dave Lambert, Alice Genese, Emily Turonis, Dave Calamoneri, Jon & Deena, The Gefkens, Lloyd United, and Tom Vincent & the Hot Tunes House Band.

The new single from 17 year old Jack Skuller – “Someone Else” is now available for FREE download on http://jackskuller.bandcamp.com/

The song was Written by Jack Skuller and produced by Bryce Goggin in Brooklyn. The track features Nada Surf drummer Ira Elliot and bassist Jeremy Chatzky.

About Jack Skuller:

17 year old Jack Skuller is equally inspired by both the Everly Brothers and the Black Keys. Jack debuted at age 14 with a rockabilly-tinged single on Bar/None records. He performed it live on Good Day New York. At 16, he toured the U.S. with Radio Disney.

NY POST: “a mini-Jack White”
NY DELI Magazine: “Buddy Holly would be proud”
My Old Kentucky Blog: “killer power-pop songwriting”

http://jackskuller.com

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Maxwell’s Remaining Music Schedule – An Iconic Hoboken Establishment Concludes their Lineup after 35 years

Filed under: Hoboken,Live Music,Maxwells — Tags: , , , — TheBoken @ 9:45 AM

Maxwell’s of Hoboken recently they will be closing their doors after 35 years of being Hoboken’s premier music venue. It was reported that they would close at the end of July. Here is the remainder of their July schedule…

Maxwell's at night in Hoboken, NJ


Maxwell’s of Hoboken Remaining July 2013 Schedule:

  • Thursday 7/4 The Feelies 10 p.m. SOLD OUT!
  • Friday 7/5 The Feelies 9 p.m. SOLD OUT!
  • Saturday 7/6 The Feelies 9 p.m. SOLD OUT!
  • Sunday 7/7 The Flamin’ Groovies/Daddy Longlegs 9 p.m. SOLD OUT!
  • Monday 7/8 Swingadelic 9 p.m. Free
  • Tuesday 7/9 Jon Langford’s Threesome feat. Tony Maimone and Steve Goulding performing Mekons, Waco Bros. and Jon Langford songs from throughout the centuries $10 Buy Tickets Here!
  • Wednesday 7/10 The Fleshtones/The A-Bones/Split Squad 8:30 p.m. $10 Buy Tickets Here!
  • Thursday 7/11 Hockey/Saint Model/Swimm 8:30 p.m. $12 adv./$14 d.o.s. Buy Tickets Here!
  • Friday 7/12 Rachel Yamagata/Sanders Bohlke 7:30 p.m. $18 adv./$20 d.o.s. Buy Tickets Here!
  • Friday 7/12 The Everymen/Life Eaters/Black Wine/The Brooklyn What 10 p.m. $10 Buy Tickets Here!
  • Satuday 7/13 The Kids Are Alright!: Honorable Demention/Swamp/Flagland and more 2 p.m. $5
  • Sunday 7/14 Titus Andronicus SOLD OUT!
  • Monday 7/15 Titus Andronicus SOLD OUT!
  • Tuesday7/16 Titus Andronicus SOLD OUT!
  • Thursday 7/18 The Above/Twin Guns/The Split Signals $10
  • Friday 7/19 Bosnian Rainbows/Rye Coalition $15 SOLD OUT!
  • Sunday 7/21 Screaming Females (3 p.m.) $10 SOLD OUT!
  • Sunday 7/21 Ted Leo/Shellshag SOLD OUT!
  • Tuesday 7/23 ….And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead SOLD OUT!
  • Thursday 7/25 The Muffs $15 SOLD OUT!
  • Saturday 7/26 Wild Nothing $12 advance/$14 at the door
  • Tuesday 7/30 Lee Ranaldo and The Dust $20 SOLD OUT!

Please note that the schedule is subject to change. For possible schedule updates go to http://maxwellsnj.com/. Maxwell’s is located at 1039 Washington Street in Hoboken and will be missed by many music fans from Hoboken and elsewhere.

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July 2, 2013

Tenth and Turtle Block Party in Hoboken July 4th 12pm-9pm

Two uptown Hoboken establishments, Tenth and Willow and Turtle Club are hosting their “Tenth and Turtle” 4th of July Block Party.   It is a “family-focused” event and will occur this Thursday (4th of July) on 10th Street between Park Ave and Willow Ave.  Both the Turtle Club and 10th And Willow will have beer gardens set up with BBQs, there will be tons of activities for children (bouncy waterslide, magician, face painter), and even bands playing.  The day will start at noon and continue until 9:00 PM, right before the fireworks begin.  Both establishments are very excited to provide a great daytime destination for their neighbors that don’t head out of town for the holiday.
The flier is below:
Hoboken 10th Street Block Party July 4 2103
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June 27, 2013

Tramps Like Us at Hoboken Wicked Wolf Friday June 28th 2013

Filed under: Bars,Hoboken,Live Music,Restaurants — TheBoken @ 3:40 PM

Tramps Like us Wicked Wolf Hoboken 6-28-2013Friday June 28th, The Wicked Wolf of Hoboken will have accomplished Bruce Springsteen tribute band Tramps like us playing there to wow the summertime crowd. From their web email:

“Tramps Like Us brings more than 2 decades of road-tested musicianship that have won this band the hard-earned distinction of the planet’s most revered Bruce Springsteen Tribute band. Given high praise by dozens of publications, radio stations, music industry personal, and the ONLY tribute band to be endorsed by members of “The Springsteen Camp” such as former producer and manager Mike Appel and the official Springsteen Radio Station: E Street Radio/Sirius XMd Card”

The Wicked Wolf in Hoboken is located at 125 River Street and their website is:

http://wickedwolfhoboken.com.

Tramps Like Us’ website is:

www.trampslikeus.com

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