Tenth Annual Arts and Music Festival is Sunday on Main Street
This year’s festival features something for just about everyone and includes a “Going Green Fair.”
The 10th annual Fort Lee Arts & Music Festival is Sunday, and it promises to be a good time for all, with more than 125 vendors, a juried art show, a Harley Davidson Motorcycle Show, two stages of free entertainment, a food court, free bounce rides, rock wall climbing, face painting for the kids and interactive displays courtesy of the Fort Lee Fire Department.
This year’s featured musical act is The Doughboys, who will be performing on the main stage at 4:30 p.m.
“The Doughboys will be performing a full 90-minute set of their original and favorite 60s covers,” according to the band’s website.
In addition, the festival will once again feature a “Going Green Fair,” sponsored by the Fort Lee Environmental Committee, something started last year by Councilwoman Ila Kasofsky with festival organizer Tom Meyers of the Fort Lee Office of Cultural Affairs.
“See how you can change your ideas and actions on energy use, recycling and conservation,” the Fort Lee “Green Team’s” promotional flyer reads.
“Green vendors” include United Water, Bright Current, Bergen County Utilities Authority, Waste Management of NJ, Green Living Solutions and Alternative Energy Solutions.
The 10th annual Fort Lee Arts & Music Festival takes place Sunday (June 3) from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Main Street between Lemoine and Center Avenues and in the municipal parking lot behind the post office on Main Street.
Click here for more images of last year's festival, which drew hundreds of people to Main Street on a bright, sunny day.