The $250 million Liberty National golf course is located along the Hudson River in Jersey City. This year, the course has invited golf legends like Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson to compete in the Professional Golfers Associations’ (PGA) Barclay’s Golf Tournament held from Aug. 25 through Aug. 30. In conjunction with the event, Art House Productions, one of Jersey City’s largest arts organizations, presents the “See What’s Hear Festival,” hosting concerts, art exhibits and more to welcome the hundreds of expected visitors. In addition, local restaurants are offering discounts.
Founder of Art House Productions (AHP) Christine Goodman said there is plenty in store for tourists traveling to Jersey City to take in the five-day tournament.
“The ‘See What’s Hear Festival’ offers exciting visual art, performances and music programs too,” Goodman said.
The “See What’s Hear Festival” is made possible by the Jersey City Urban Enterprise Zone Program and is also paid for in part by the State of New Jersey Urban Enterprise Zone Program. All events are free and open to the public.
For more on the festival, see the story inside this past week's editions in Jersey City and Hoboken, in the entertainment section.