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Hub City Music Festival Kicks Off its 2018 Season at the Zimmerli Art Museum

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The Hub City Music Festival kicked off its 6th year of supporting food justice through the promotion of live music throughout New Brunswick. The 2018 schedule opened with a performance by Noordzo at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University on April 3rd.

The 2018 Hub City Music Festival consists of 23 music events over 20 days from April 3rd to 29th, at various restaurants, bars, and public venues throughout the city.

The festival is presented in partnership by the New Brunswick Cultural Center and Iguana Music and Sound and benefits Elijah's Promise, New Jersey's leading expert on Food Justice. Elijah's renowned Culinary Institute and Community Kitchen serve as the most diverse and inclusive model that should be adopted across the nation. Suggested donations vary by event ($5-10) or as you are able. All are welcome!

Visit the events page to review upcoming festival performances or view the PDF schedule below for all times, locations, and performers participating in the 2018 Hub City Music Festival!

Visit the Elijah's Promise website to learn more about their mission and vision.

Noordzo kicks off the 2018 Hub City Music Festival