2015 Trenton Art-All-Night photos

On June 20 and 21, the capital of New Jersey held its annual event Art-All-Night at Roebling Wire Works building. Trentonians, residents from surrounding townships as well as those from out of state descended on to Chambersburg (a historic neighborhood) to enjoy food, art, live music and family time.

 
This year Artworks , an local art organization that plans the event,  decided to invite, for the first time, food trucks. Attendees had the option of eating a variety of foods, which also included a food truck selling roasted corn and barbecue. The 24-hour event also had a variety of music. This year, Art All Night hosted 50 musicians. Some played inside the warehouse that housed a majority of the art and vendors. The family friendly event also had a kids sections. These sections consisted of hoola-hooping,  face painting and arts and crafts. 
 
According to the Art-All-Night,  in 2014 the event attracted 20,000 people from all over the northern region. As of now,  it is unknown what those numbers are this year.

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