The Hudson Valley’s largest street festival returns after a two-year absence.
The Newburgh Illuminated Festival is an event celebrating Newburgh’s diversity and dynamism with a day of music, art, dance, poetry, food, and more.
The brainchild of former Newburgh mayor Judy Kennedy, the free; family-and pet-friendly event will be held June 4 on Broadway, near Liberty and Grand Streets from noon until 10 p.m.
Six outdoor live music & performance stages will be placed along Newburgh’s Broadway & Liberty Street corridors featuring a diverse selection of the area’s top live music acts. Intimate acoustic musical guests shine at local spot, The Wherehouse, while live DJs will spin at Toasted Newburgh.
Broadway will be lined with over 125 food, craft, informational services, local makers & much more. Throughout the day find children’s activities, historical tours highlighting the city’s past and an interactive art exhibition on the corner of Liberty Street & Broadway. There’s also a classic car show & fashion shows featuring Hudson Valley designers on the Safe Harbor’s Green outside the Ritz theater.