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The Chronogram Block Party is BACK for Year 5!

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The countdown is ON. The Chronogram Block Party is taking over Uptown Kingston again on August 19! We’re bringing back everything you love for Round 5, plus some new surprises. This year, we’re starting an hour earlier, with festivities running from 3 to 11pm to bring you even more hours of good ol’ fashion summer fun.

Join us on Wall Street between John and North Front Streets. Sip on beer, wine, and cider from Lagunitas Brewing Co, Keegan Ales, Angry Orchard, Benmarl Winery and Vineyard, and more while you groove to live tunes from The Sweet Clementines, J.K. Vanderbilt, The Ballroom Thieves, Quincy Mumford, and Decora!

Of course no street fair is complete without a dunk tank, sponsored by Wallace and Feldman to benefit People’s Place Food Pantry and Thrift Store. This year we’ll also have a DIY art tent from Catskill Art & Office Supply and yummy eats from all our favorites: Farmers & Chefs Food Trucks, Diego's Taqueria Kingston, Cinnamon Indian Cuisine, and Yum Yum Noodle Bar.

Pack the whole fam into the minivan and head Uptown for this year’s Chronogram Block Party!

ChronogramBlockParty.com

#chronogramblockparty

 
Decora
  • Decora
Ballroom Thieves
  • Ballroom Thieves
J.K. Vanderbuilt
  • J.K. Vanderbuilt

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