Press Release Article


Date: Mar 13, 2019
Press Release Number: 35-2019

PATH Performs! auditions scheduled March 27 & 28 for local entertainers eager to share their talents at select Hudson County PATH stations

In partnership with the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, PATH is hosting auditions for singers, dancers, musicians, comedians and poets who interested in using five PATH stations in Hudson County as stages to express their artistic talents.

As part of the new PATH Performs! Art in Transit program, selected artists will be given the opportunity to perform on a volunteer basis and share their talents with thousands of riders passing through the following Hudson County PATH stations: Hoboken, Journal Square, Harrison, Newport and Exchange Place. Currently, the Grove Street station is not part of the schedule due to space restrictions and other considerations.

The registration deadline is March 21. Auditions are scheduled between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27 and Thursday, March 28 at the William Brennan Courthouse, 583 Newark Ave. in Jersey City.

To register for either audition night, go to to complete an audition application, learn about performance guidelines and obtain additional information.

Performances will be permitted only in program-approved designated areas within the stations. Performers are strictly prohibited from impeding the safe flow and movement of passengers entering and exiting the stations, and must adhere to performance guidelines and PATH rules and regulations.

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