Free Tix! North Jersey Indie Rock Festival at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City on October 6th

by Ed Magdziak • September 20, 2018 • Arts & Entertainment, Contest, MusicComments (0)672

Do you want to see some of the best New Jersey bands all under one roof? Do you want that roof to be in one of the most beautiful venues the state offers? Do you want to go for free? Well, you’re in luck! The North Jersey Indie Rock Festival returns for its third year on October 6th and though still in Jersey City the event moves over to the stunning White Eagle Hall. Presenters Mint 400 Records and Sniffling Indie Kids gave us not one but two pairs of tickets to give away!

“The goal of each year’s fest is to showcase the talented bands and amazing people that create and support meaningful art right in our backyard,” says co-founder Neil Sabatino. “Plus, it’s a great way to bring the local music community together.”

Yawn Mower

In addition to Mint 400 and SIK this year will also feature bands from local NJ labels Rhyme & Reason, State Champion, and Little Dickman.

Secretary Legs

Bands performing:

Black Wail
The Components
Ex-Maid
Dentist
Glazer
Glenn Morrow’s Cry For Help
Guilty Giraffe
LKFFCT
Professor Caveman
Psychiatric Metaphors
The Royal Arctic Institute
Secretary Legs
Shithead’s Rainbow
Smock
Tony Saxon
Ultra Major
The Vaughns
Yawn Mower

Back to those free tix! The first 2 folks to e-mail contests@youdontknowjersey.com with their name and phone number each snag a pair.

Don’t worry if you don’t win. Tickets for this year’s event are only $10 ahead of time and $12 at the door.

“If guitar rock is dead, I’m afraid New Jersey didn’t get the memo. The scenes and bands coming out of Asbury Park, Montclair, Jersey City, and all the surrounding areas have never been more vibrant”, says co-founder Frank DeFranco. “We’re really excited that we get to do this another year.”

As sponsors, so are we. See you there!!

 

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