Groove on Grove in Jersey City {June 2nd, 2017}

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Groove on Grove is back for its 10th season, and this Friday night, they’re putting on an extra special event in combination with JC Fridays to celebrate the Arts in Jersey City.

What It Is:

Sponsored by the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District, Groove on Grove is a FREE weekly music series featuring a wide variety of musicians. performers, local businesses, and sponsors. This is a family-friendly event that brings the community together to celebrate Jersey City and its diversity.

Where It Is:

By the Grove Street PATH Plaza in Downtown Jersey City.

When It Is:

This Friday, June 2nd, JC Fridays takes over Groove on Grove for a supersized edition with more music and more artists from 5PM – 10PM. Normally Groove on Grove takes place every Wednesday {May 4th – September 8th} from 6PM-9PM.

The Schedule for THIS Friday:

Dancing Tony of (The) Rock-it Docket will be bringing a variety of local bands.

5 pm Wilma Ann Jazz
6 pm Jeff Taylor
7 pm Yarnell McCullum Music
8 pm The Foxfires
9 pm RADHA

Artist & Maker Market is also hosting some vendors for a unique outdoor shopping experience — featuring a wide variety of local artisans showcasing handmade items from vintage, art, and fashion.

Some of the artisan vendors include:

Vera Vixeness
Kustom Kreations
kanami
Myriad Mirage
Paradox Thrift
More records
Happy Box Store
Moonchild
Deen Shop
Jennifer Storcks Designs
ShimmerVintage
JC Village Candle
Outer Limits Hot Sauce
Caviar NOIR Jewelry
Artesana Pottery
The Paper Cicada
Forget You Knot
Concrete Jungle Studio
Creative Star Designs
MD.13 Jewelry
Kettle Popcorn Guy

Sip fresh cocktails, eat delicious food from your favorite HDSID businesses, and peruse the wares of The Artist Maker Market Vendors!

Beer served is by Orale Mexican Kitchen, Porta Jersey City, and SOUTH HOUSE Bar & Restaurant

 

This post is sponsored by HSID, but Groove on Grove is an awesome event that everyone should check out this weekend!


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Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of HobokenGirl.com. With deep entrepreneurial roots in Hudson County — as her grandparents owned textile businesses on Tonnelle Ave in North Bergen dating back to the 50s — she started the site as a Hoboken resident to discover the amazing things happening in the area. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event or #HobokenGirlHelps volunteer project, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her two pups, or watching Bravo TV and ordering takeout with her husband.