Hoboken Public Schools' Music Students Open Outdoor Summer Concert Series
The series begins Thursday night at the Amphitheater at Sinatra Park.
The Hoboken Public Schools' music students will open the series this week. The concert will feature performances from The Hoboken Rockin Redwing Band, Wallace School Chorus, Wallace 2nd Grade Chorus, Calabro School Chorus & String Ensemble, Connors School Chorus, and The Wallace School Beginner Band. My Gym Hoboken opens with a pre-show demo at 6:30 p.m.
Here is the rest of the summer concert schedule:
June 5 – Celebrating the Music of Pete Seeger
Featuring performances by Tom Vincent, Dave Calamoneri, Deena & Jon, Gene D Plumber, Ed Fogarty, Dave Lambert, Kate Jacobs, Abbe Rivers, Annalee VanKleeck, Howard Olah-Reiken and more.
June 12 - Sinatra Idol Contest
Prizes awarded to the best Sinatra style singers.
(raindate: Friday, June 13)
June 19 - Performance by
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
Takes place at Pier A Park. Bring blanket & picnic basket
June 26 - The Fave and Karyn Kuhl Band: The Karyn Kuhl Band is a blues influenced alternative rock band based in Hoboken, led by singer, songwriter Karyn Kuhl. Prior to embarking on her solo career, Karyn fronted Hoboken favorites Gut Bank & Sexpod. Both bands were an integral part of the music scene that thrived in the mile square city in the ’80′s & 90′s. Karyn Kuhl band’s current lineup includes: Lou Ciarlo on bass, Jonpaul Pantozzi on drums & James Mastro on guitar.
July 17: 10th Anniversary Performance by The Gordys
July 24 – Guitar Bar Allstars - Let’s break the record.
Once again the Guitar Bar Allstars will try & break the record of having the most string instruments playing together on a song.
Sponsored by The Guitar Bar.
July 31 – Orqueta La Caribena
Sponsored by the Puerto Rican Cultural Committee, Raul Morales, President.
Aug. 7 – Davey & The Trainwreck and Nipsey
Aug. 14 - Julio Fernandez Band & Friends – sponsored by Burgiss
With special guests, an evening of jazz, soul & funk.
Aug. 21 Swingadelic
The sweet sounds of jazz, swing & jump blues
These programs are made possible in part by funds from The New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.