What is… The Next B!g Thing?

The Next B!g Thing is… A BRAND-NEW concert series for kids and their families.

The Next B!g Thing is… A chance to get out of the house and see some great new talent

The Next B!g Thing is... A fund-raiser for Rebuild Hoboken Charter School

The Next B!g Thing is... THE destination for fun in Hoboken this winter!

Come out and play with some of the grooviest musicians around!

All shows are at 3:00 at the Community Church of Hoboken, corner of 6th and Garden (*unless otherwise noted).

Tickets are $12 but you can get 'em for $10 if you order in advance. Grab yours today, they're going fast!

February 17 - The Fuzzy Lemons 5th birthday show!
Hoboken's home-grown Fuzzy Lemons are celebrating half a decade of rock and roll!

February 24 - Joanie Leeds
Award-winning performer Joanie Leeds returns to the Mile Square City, bringing her unique blend of pizazz and fun!

March 10 - Music Together 25th Anniversary Concert featuring Uncle Gerry 
Legendary Music Together performer Gerry Dignan joins your local Music Together teachers for an unforgettable performance!
*NOTE: This show will be at the Mile Square Theater, 720 Monroe Street. Click here for tickets and info:

March 24 - Big Jeff & the Bouncy People
Come see why they call him Big Jeff! Bet you can't guess...

April 14 - The Rockdoves
This hip NYC duo plays cool music for kids, written with parents in mind!

May 12 - Feldiken
Celebrate Mother's Day with energetic, fun-loving Brooklyn teacher Ken Feldman and his electric guitar!

June 9 - Starfish
From the bottom of the sea via Maplewood, NJ, Starfish return to rock Hoboken as only they can!

REFUNDS: We're sorry, we are unable to offer refunds. If an event is cancelled for any reason, we'll do everything in our power to schedule a make-up concert!

The Parents Association of the Friends of Hoboken Charter School, Inc a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization (EIN: 22-3519265), raises funds to support the students and activities to benefit the Hoboken Charter School. Donors may deduct contributions to the extent allowed by IRS Code and Regulations.