Northwest Jersey's largest street and music festival will keep the excited vibe of summer going in Downtown Washington, with live music, vendors, kid's fun area, food, beer garden, and more! Three stages offer a diverse range of musical styles, plus dozens of vendors and local businesses will provide hours of shopping along with children's games and activities. Tasty food options will be offered all day.
The Festival in the Borough is free to attend and includes plenty of free parking. This event takes place rain or shine.
Interested in sponsoring the Festival in the Borough? Give us a call at (908) 689-4800 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Vendors, please visit our vendor information page for rates and to download an application!
11:30 Big Easy Easton Brass Band Second Line Parade
12-1 Big Easy Easton Band performance
1:15-1:45 Belly Dancers
1:45-3 Kinderhook (country rock)
3:20-4:45 Bobby Harden Band (soul)
5-6:15 Southbound (southern rock)
6:30-7:45 Katie Henry Band (blues/rock)
8:15-10 Smithereens (ROCK)
2-3:15 French Cookin' (jazz/blues)
3:30-4:45 JerZgirls (myriad favorites)
5-6:45 Kara Grainger (blues/rock)
7-815 Don Kincaid & The Wait (country)
8:30-10 Flexible Flyers (assorted rock)
11:00 Fantasia Belly Dancers
12:00 Diana Dove
1:00 Steve Kirchuk
2:00 Winterlong (Dave and Gift Venezio)
3:00 TC Carpenter
4:00 Avoiding Foreclosure (Bob Del Elba & Ken Purcell)
Festival in the Borough is presented by the Washington Business Improvement District, PNC Bank & Elizabethtown Gas, while additional sponsors and support for this year’s event include BASF, Hunterdon Healthcare, Rossi Chevy Buick GMC, John Johnson Automotive Group, Scotty’s Stadium Club, Warren County Dental Center, First Presbyterian Church, William's Irish Tavern, WRNJ Radio, WXPN Radio, Good Impressions Printing & Mailing, Warren Hills Memorial Home, Welcome to our Neighborhood, Stew's Auto Body, and Washington Borough Clean Communities. The Washington Fire Department staffs the Beer Garden. The festival is also made possible through a grant from the Warren County Cultural & Heritage Commission.