• Our Favorite Vendors from Last Year’s Hoboken Arts & Music Festival

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    The 24th Annual Hoboken Arts & Music Festival will be taking over midtown + downtown Washington Street this Sunday, May 6th. The festival will be filled with live music, handmade goods, impressive art, incredible food and as always, a large {awesome} crowd. To get you excited, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite festival finds from last year {who we hope to see again this year!} — check them out:

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    1. Lemonade from Lizzmonade

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    Arguably the best lemonade you’ll ever have…Lizzmonade is always a refreshing fave to enjoy while walking though the festival. If you can’t stop by to enjoy some on Sunday, Lizzmonade is always available at Playa Bowls, which just opened right in Hoboken — score! We recommend the watermelon basil lemonade 🍉🍋 {PS: If you can’t make it, they’re owned by Playa Bowls and you can find them inside their new shop on Hudson Street at most other times.}

    2. Roig Gallery Art

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    We’ve expressed our love for Roig Gallery artwork before, so we are always very happy to see them at the festival. Their unique pieces make the perfect addition to any home and if you miss them Sunday, you can browse their gallery on 252 1st Street in Hoboken or inside their new spot at the W Hotel.

    3. Stone Cooper Jewelry

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    These dreamy pieces are simply TDF and are handcrafted by local designer, Katherine (Kat) Sliclen. Her company is called Stone Cooper Jewelry and each piece is inspired by nature & beauty — and it shows! You can order your one-of-a-kind-piece or shop her collection here.

    4. Soy Candles by Bre’s Naturals

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    It’s hard not to love candles — even more so when they’re safe for the environment. Bre’s Naturals allows you to custom create the candles you want in your home and if you missed making yours yesterday, you can do so here.

    5. Jersey Plate Art

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    A favorite a few years in a row — not hard to see why. Jersey Plate Art offers custom signs {that they’ll make right before your eyes} for just $5 per letter! You can check them out and order your 100% recycled plate art here.

    6. Me and My Dog Pet Bakery

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    It’s no secret that Hoboken has its fair share of furry residents so usually most of these treats are gone by the end of the festival. Me and My Dog Pet Bakery offers homemade, all natural, preservative-free pet treats in all flavors & sizes. Though they’re located in PA, they deliver to our area and can be found here.

    7. Vagabondia Vintage

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    From vintage clothes, repurposed art, colorful textiles & more…Vagabondia Vintage was a beautiful addition to the festival. Her dreamcatchers are gorgeous Shop her collection here 

    8. The Hoboken Mary

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    Definitely stop by the The Hoboken Mary booth and try some because it is, well, BLOODY WONDERFUL. Locally made with less sodium, all natural ingredients, and gluten free, you can also get your new favorite bloody mary mix here.

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    ^Some of our team at the festival last year <3

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    More info on this year’s Hoboken Arts and Music Festival {Happening THIS Sunday, May 6th} here

    What’s your favorite thing to check out at the Hoboken Arts and Music Festival? Share with us in the comments!

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    Meg is a twenty-something “old soul” and is known to leave {red} lipstick marks on her coffee mugs. She moved to Hoboken last year for a boy {a wonderful one at that} and has happily resided uptown since. When she’s not writing our weekly events guide, she’s a real estate agent and an amateur photographer. You can usually find Meg at a local coffee shop, a hot yoga studio, or home with her two cats, Penny Lane & Lucy. She loves a good glass of wine and cooking to her favorite band, The Beatles. Show this girl a sense of humor or recommend some good fiction and she’ll love you, dearly.


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