BOUND BROOK, NJ ̶ A dynamic showcase of world music and dance highlights Bound Brook’s annual RiverFest Art & Music Fair from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019.
Presented by Bound Brook Cultural Arts Committee and Bound Brook Revitalization Partnership with the cooperation of the Borough of Bound Brook, RiverFest Art & Music Fair transforms the borough’s busy Main Street into a colorful boulevard of art, food and fun.
Along with many arts and crafts vendors, RiverFest stage entertainment includes Spanish Flamenco with Alborada Dance Theatre, Peruvian dance with Asociación Cultural Pasion Peru NJ, Scarlet Mambo Dance Duo, rock and folk from Second Story Band, HipHop/African Dance Workshop with Tatianna J, Swing Dance Workshop with Let’s Swing NJ and a Swing-and-Salsa Social with New York recording artists La Banda Ramirez also known as Metrotang.
In addition to the entertainment, Bound Brook Main Street offers a variety of eclectic restaurant choices when it comes to dining. Sample the world’s flavers with cuisines from Peru, Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Italy and China plus pizza, bagels, seafood, pub fare and more.
Sponsors include USA Sport Group, Somerset Savings Bank and TAPInto Franklin Township.
Booth locations are still available for Arts and Crafts vendors, with deadline Sept. 4 and application form here: https://www.downtownboundbrook.com/events-calendar.
This program is made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a division of the Department of State through the County Local Arts Program Grant, and administered in Somerset County by the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission.