91st Annual Feast of San Gennaro 2017

UPDATED SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

There will be Free Music Entertainment every night from 7:30 to 9:30 PM (unless otherwise noted) as well as free music and/or food demonstrations and lectures every afternoon between 2:00 and 5:00 PM on the FESTIVAL STAGE located at the corner of Grand and Mott Streets.

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Saturday 9/16

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Friday at the feast!

 

 

 

 

Opening night crowds-

 

 

 

 


Wednesday, September 20
– The Devotions

Thursday, September 21
– Lala Brooks and The Crystals

Friday, September 22
– Vito and The Elegants

Saturday, September 23
– 2nd Annual Meatball Eating Contest @1pm Hosted by: Tony Danza
in Memory of Johnny ‘CHA CHA’ the unofficial Mayor of Little Italy
Stage at Grand and Mott Street, to sign-up, call 212-764-6330
– 100th Birthday Tribute to Dean Martin
Celebrities, Trivia Quiz, Birthday Cake and Vocal Competition
to sign-up, call 212-764-6330
– Live Radio Broadcast on Sirius Satellite Radio hosted by: Cousin Brucie
from 7-10pm

Sunday, September 24
– The Annual Feast of San Gennaro Blood Drive w/ the Red Cross
11:30am – 6:30pm, at 268 Mulberry Street (between Prince & Houston)
– Jenna Esposito @ 6pm

Updated event schedule and more information about the Feast of San Gennaro- CLICK HERE

September is perhaps the best time of year in New York City. The summer tourists from out of town dwindle and New Yorkers who spend their summers on Fire Island, in The Hamptons and down the Jersey Shore return. Baseball pennant races heat up (not for Met fans this year) and football season gets going. It is also the time when people start planning their pilgrimage to Mulberry Street for the Feast of San Gennaro. If everyone is a little Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, then everyone is surely a little Italian during San Gennaro.

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The 91st Annual Feast of San Gennaro will be held in Manhattan’s  Little Italy for 11 days, from September 14, through September 24, 2017, on the streets of historic Little Italy. A stroll through the feast with friends and family is a guaranteed good time for all.

I have been coming to The Feast since I was a teenager and now I live right around the corner from it. The aroma of sausage and peppers, seafood and fried zeppole are in the air and the sounds of people having fun are everywhere. Memories are waiting to be made. Come on down!

 

 

Mangia!

JKS 9/4/17

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