Mutzfest 2021 Tickets On Sale Now!
NOTE: TICKETS FOR MUTZFEST ARE SOLD OUT.
Mutzfest (Modified) Sunday, January 31, 2021
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BELOW FOR UDATED OPTIONS AND PROTOCOLS FOR 2021
More information is available on our Mutzfest (Modified) FAQ page.
It’s here and we’re ready to deliver Mutzfest (Modified) in a fun, safe and convenient way no matter how you want to Mutz.
The date: Sunday, Jan. 31
The time: Starting at Noon through 4 pm
The lineup: Dolce & Salato, Frankie & Ava’s, Losurdo’s Bros. Deli, M&P Biancamano, Tony Boloney’s and Vito’s & Son Italian Deli.
We have a number of protocols in place to ensure everyone’s health and safety. Our goal is a fun, safe day for Hoboken Mutzfest fans and our participating delis.
Because we will be providing 50% of the proceeds back to this year’s eateries, ticket pices are increasing this year. With ticket prices of $50 per person this year, we can help out these amazing family-owned businesses and still raise what we need for HFA’s philanthropic endeavors. Among them: Hoboken Bike Camp, which teaches individuals with disabilities how to ride a two-wheel bike in just one week.
At the time of the posting of ticket sales (Wed. Jan. 12) we have received the ok by the City of Hoboken to run Mutzfest with these two format options this year. But there’s a caveat: if the state or city or federal government declares a shutdown and we are unable to present Mutzfest (Modified), or if there is inclimate weather, we will be unable to provide a refund. If that should happen, consider your $50 a generous and appreciated donation in the community spirit of Mutzfest.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Hoboken Family Alliance and its numerous local community initiatives including the Hoboken Bike Camp for individuals with disabilities.We thank Polly-O, which provides the prized curd ingredient to make marvelous mozzarella, for supporting this unique local event.