Jersey City Pride Bar Crawl

You're invited to the 6th Annual Jersey City Pride Bar Crawl hosted by Lillian Bustle!!!

Join us on Saturday, August 14, 2021 from 2:30PM to 9PM as we take a walking tour through downtown Jersey City, with stops at four local bars!

The route will include:

Registration: PINT, 34 Wayne Street 2:30PM to 3PM

Stop 1: PINT, 34 Wayne Street 3PM to 4:30PM

Stop 2: Gringo's, 12 Coles Street 4:30PM to 6PM

Stop 3: Hard Grove, 284 1st Street 6PM to 7:30PM

Stop 4: Six 26, 128 Christopher Columbus Drive 7:30PM to 9PM

There will be drink specials & prizes at each location!

Pre-registration on Eventbrite is $10.00. You may register at any one of the bars during the crawl, but it’ll be $15.00. All proceeds will benefit Hudson Pride Center.

Contact Information
  1. Joseph Zapata
  2. (201) 963-4779 ext 1122
Sat, August 14
2:30 pm — 9:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 08/14/2021 2:30pm 08/14/2021 9:00pm America/New_York Jersey City Pride Bar Crawl

You're invited to the 6th Annual Jersey City Pride Bar Crawl hosted by Lillian Bustle!!!

Join us on Saturday, August 14, 2021 from 2:30PM to 9PM as we take a walking tour through downtown Jersey City, with stops at four local bars!

The route will include:

Registration: PINT, 34 Wayne Street 2:30PM to 3PM

Stop 1: PINT, 34 Wayne Street 3PM to 4:30PM

Stop 2: Gringo's, 12 Coles ...

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Jersey City, NJ 07302

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