HOBOKEN - The Feast of St. Ann, one of Hoboken's biggest annual events, began Wednesday night and attracted thousands of people to the area by the church at Seventh and Jefferson Streets. The six-day festival includes food, rides, attractions, live bands, and religious observances. For more on the "Feast," see the links below.
The Most Reverend, Archbishop John J. Myers, fifth Archbishop of Newark, will celebrate the 100th Anniversary Mass of the Feast of St. Ann on July 26th, 11 a.m. at St. Ann's Church, St. Ann's Square, Seventh & Jefferson streets in Hoboken.
Immediately following the Mass, hundreds of women devotees will carry the statue of St. Ann through the streets of Hoboken for several hours. The festival closes with a birthday cake from Carlo's Bakery on the Main Stage and Cristina Fontanelli, international opera star will perform with the Jordan Thomas Orchestra.