2013 Hoboken St. Ann’s Italian Festival

St. Ann’s Feast continues in Hoboken, NJ

Three more nights left of the St. Ann’s Festival in Hoboken.

Today – traffic got tied up throughout town with the procession as St. Ann went out for a stroll this afternoon. That, plus the Bob Dylan concert traffic and prep is a recipe for mad congestion. Be on the lookout for many struck pedestrians tonight as well. Joy.

103rd St. Ann’s Feast begins on July 24, 2013 in Hoboken

7/9/2013 Update:

Here we go again! Wednesday, July 24th marks the first of five days of Italian Festival fun on the west side of Hoboken (7th & Jefferson Streets).

Games, rides, food (like Zeppole’s), raffles, music and the very popular beer tent and Port-o-Johns.

One musical act of note this year is the Bernie Williams all-star band. This will be of particular interest to both Jazz music lovers – as well as fans of the famous all-star center fielder from the New York Yankees.

See below for schedule of other performers.

St. Ann's Festival in Hoboken NJ

2013 Hoboken St. Ann’s Italian Festival Lineup

(Note that all performers are expected to start around 8:15pm each day. Also note that the “procession” takes place all over the streets of Hoboken after the 11am mass on July 26th. It ties traffic up all over the place.)

  • Wednesday, July 24, 2013 (6pm to 11pm)“Latino Night”
  • Thursday, July 25, 2013 (6pm to 11pm)Bernie Williams All-Star Band
  • Friday, July 26, 2013 (1pm to 11pm)“Italian Night” featuring Philip Alongi
  • Saturday, July 27, 2013 (1pm to 11pm)Big Daddy Enterprise presents “Lime” (anyone have a clue what this is?)
  • Sunday, July 28, 2013 (1pm to 11pm)The Bronx Wanderers

Enjoy!

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18 Comments on "2013 Hoboken St. Ann’s Italian Festival"

realstuff
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realstuff

Apology accepted. Thanks for the answer.

realstuff
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Post 15 was in response to Post 13 – whineanddineinhob

realstuff
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realstuff

I did not call you a name – only attempted to answer your Q. I may have given an incorrect anwer, but that’s not mudslinging. For those who may like the name of the flour – in one past year, it was ‘Shop-Rite’. Have a nice day!

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

my apology. And in answer to the photo, the picture that the Reporter stated as a 1930 photo of the St.Ann’s festival is actually a picture of Madonna Dei Martiri in the 1930’s where the festival originally started before it moved to St.Francis Church.[quote comment=”221265″]I did not call you a name – only attempted to answer your Q. I may have given an incorrect anwer, but that’s not mudslinging. For those who may like the name of the flour – in one past year, it was ‘Shop-Rite’. Have a nice day![/quote]

iNeEdAxAnAx
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iNeEdAxAnAx

” Big Daddy Enterprise presents “Lime” (anyone have a clue what this is?) ”

-Obviously not someone who grew up in the 80’s 🙄

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

Oh really Sherlock. If you’re looking at the picture in the Hoboken Reporter, then you better take a real good look at it again. I’m not talking about the spelling of the Saint.

realstuff
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realstuff

Hey name-caller! Do you know the brand of flour used for the famous ‘Zeps’? Are you one of those mudslinger that call one names instead of using facts? That’s what I’m talking about![quote comment=”221258″]Oh really Sherlock. If you’re looking at the picture in the Hoboken Reporter, then you better take a real good look at it again. I’m not talking about the spelling of the Saint.[/quote]

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

When you insinuate the people can’t distinguish the name Ann from Anna that’s sort of mudslinging isn’t it ? And No, I don’t kow the name of the flour used……and I don’t care[quote comment=”221261″]Hey name-caller! Do you know the brand of flour used for the famous ‘Zeps’? Are you one of those mudslinger that call one names instead of using facts? That’s what I’m talking about![/quote]

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