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Your Guide to 12 {Can’t-Miss} Hoboken Events this Weekend: 6/21-6/24

Thursday 6/21

First Day of Summer

Pier C Summer

It’s offically summer, according to the calendar. Plan a weekend day trip, dine al fresco, and make the most of the season.

Club Pilates @ Maxwell Place Park

Maxwell Place Park

Take Pilates Mat Class, a fast-paced pilates class, working out the full body while focusing on lengthening and toning. Class starts at 7pm on Sinatra Drive between 11th and 12th.

Hey Bull Dog: Beatles Tribute @ Sinatra Park

sinatra park

Jam out with beautiful views to kick off your weekend. Concert starts at 7pm.


Friday 6/22

Biggie Beats @ Biggie’s

Biggies Live DJ

At $5 a pop, you can buy whiskey shots for your whole gang at Biggie’s!

Wine Knowledge Happy Hour @ Bin14

Bin14 Wine Knowledge

Try 4 types of wine for just $20, starting at 5pm.

Vida Fridays @ The HUB


Celebrate DJ Frankie’s birthday with no cover. Doors open at 9pm.


Saturday 6/23

Boozy Brunch @ Hotel Victor

Hotel Victor Brunch

Get your fill of mimosas at Hotel Victor with their boozy brunch.

Watch the World Cup @ Mulligan’s



Every goal, every minute, every game, all live at Mulligan’s. Saturday’s games feature Belgium vs Tunisia, South Korea vs Mexico, and Germany vs Sweden.

Limo Rides @ Willie McBride’s

Willie's Limo

Ride in style to Willie’s with your crew.

Sunday 6/24

Weekend Brunch @ The Shep

shepherd brunch

From brunch quesadillas to steak and eggs, and pitchers of sangria, The Shep has everything you could want in a hangover brunch, starting at 11am and ending at 3pm.

Brunch @ The Ainsworth

Ainsworth breakfast burger

There’s a lot on the menu that’s mouhtwatering, but we vote you order the breakfast burger.

World Cup @ Pilsener Haus

pilsener haus

Sunday’s first game is at 8am and will be playing on the big screens at Pilsener Haus. They’re also offering a Schnitzel, Eggs, and Parsley Potatoes Platter for only $14!

Written by Cat Shaw

Cat is a New Jersey native and super proud of it. Her love of Hoboken becomes apparent when anyone from across the Hudson tries to degrade the beloved Mile Square. When not at her 9 to 5 travel industry gig, she can be found sweating it out in spin class, experimenting in the kitchen with her prized KitchenAid mixer, reading at Pier A, or—let’s be honest—devouring a Luca Brasi chicken parm sandwich while binge-watching Netflix.