Celebrate Music and the Arts at the Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival

Aida M. Toro
May 5, 2018 12:46 PM

11:30 AM Update: Hoboken Spring Arts and Music Festival is underway. That's right, rain or shine! For the full schedule, visit the event page here.The Mile Square has a lot going on this week, all the way from Pier 13 opening for the season, to Cinco de Mayo Celebrations, and to ending the week with the annual Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival on May 6.Sponsored by The Hudson Reporter,NY Waterway Ferry,Suez Water, The NJ Lottery and This Is It Stage Productions along with additional support offered by Anthony David’s, Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts, the Spring Arts & Music Festival will be celebrating its 23rd year in Hoboken.An array of special features are presented at the festival, such as a fine arts tent where oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, sculpture, mixed media, photography, among others will be available for guests to learn about. Activities for children like face painting, sand art and so much more will be offered along with crafter’s display booths and a wide selection of food.Whether it rains or shines, the Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival will be held 94 Washington Street, between Observer Highway and 7th Street and is free of charge. For more information on the Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival, visit http://www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/cultural-affairs/arts-music-festival/.

Aida M. Toro
Aida is a journalist with a passion for gastronomy, fashion, and fitness. She was born and raised in Hudson County and enjoys writing pieces that inspire the residents of the communities in the county. Aida has a BA in Journalism from NJCU and has been published by well-known publications such as North Jersey.com (The Bergen Record), HobokenGirl.com, and The Girls Soccer Network. Aside from being a journalist, Aida enjoys cooking paleo recipes and working out at the Crossfit box she’s a member of.