Hub City Sounds is a FREE and Family welcoming Performing, Visual and Culinary Arts festival series with events for all tastes! Also, come enjoy the Kid Zones featuring: Moon Castles, Face Painters, Caricatures, and Henna, Petting Zoos, live visual art installations and more.
Saturday, July 27 (3pm to 7pm) Just Jersey @ Rutgers Garden, Log Cabin Road, East Brunswick:
Celebrate the Jersey summer vibe in the beautiful Rutgers Garden; filled with live music, dance performances, food and crafts, courtesy of locally sourced Artists, musicians and vendors.
Saturday, August 24 (12pm to 5pm) CariFest @ Boyd Park, Rt. 18 North, New Brunswick: Revel in the island vibes with Caribbean cuisine, music and dance performances (reggae, soca and calypso), our jerk chicken tasting contest, learn about the English, Spanish, French and Dutch speaking Caribbean and enjoy a special theatrical tribute to Paul Robeson.
Sunday, August 25 (11am to 5pm) Indo-American Festival @ Boyd Park, Rt. 18 North, New Brunswick: Offering mouthwatering treats, music and dance performances inspired by the culture and traditions from Northern and Southern India, complemented by educational Yoga demonstrations and classes.
Saturday, September 14 (1pm to 6pm) 7th Annual Central Jersey Jazz Festival on George Street (between Livingston Avenue & Paterson Street), New Brunswick: Featuring an unparalleled collaboration between 3 communities in 3 different counties consisting of the Flemington, New Brunswick and Somerville.
Saturday, September 21 (12pm to 5pm) ROCK New Brunswick @ The YARD, 40 College Avenue, New Brunswick: “Old School Meets New School”, featuring Hip Hop, House, Funk, Rock and Punk- hailing from the 80’s, 90’s into today’s era. Nestled in the middle of a beautiful courtyard surrounded by delicious eateries, on Rutgers’ New Brunswick campus, get ready to boogie as this will be the ultimate dance party for ALL ages!
Sunday, September 22 (12pm to 6pm) 39th Annual Raritan River Festival and Rubber Duck Race @ Boyd Park, Route 18 North, New Brunswick: Enjoy a celebration of our local environment and community featuring live music, vendors, the New Brunswick Community Farmers Market, activities for children, cardboard canoe races and much more. And do not miss The Beez Foundation's annual Rubber Duck Drop into the Raritan River, with prizes for the winners.
Sunday, October 27 (11am to 4pm) Hub City Sounds: 5th Annual Corazon Latino Festival @ Joyce Kilmer Park, 143 Joyce Kilmer Avenue: Enjoy our carnival themed adventure showcasing rich Latino and Caribbean culture filled with traditional cultural dances, music, visual arts displays and much more.