It's finally October, the month of the Annual NJ Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony. Here's how you can see celebrities walk up the boardwalk later this month!

Sunday, Oct. 27th, 2019 is the day you will see some of the most well-known celebrities pull up in front of Convention Hall and walk the Red Carpet, which is open to the public!

The NJ Hall of Fame (NJHOF) will present awards to people who were born in, or live in, our great state, as is done every year. Bruce Springsteen was among the inductees year 1, Jon Bon Jovi was among those in year 2, and so on. Celebrities like Jack Nicholson and Danny Devito have been awarded, as have so many others throughout the years.

This year will be no exception. In addition to those receiving awards, those awards are PRESENTED by celebrities, too! So you really never know who you will see walk that Red Carpet the day of the event. (Celebrities usually start arriving around 5 pm so you'll want to arrive early to Convention Hall and grab a viewing point near the entrance on the Red Carpet if you hope to spot someone!

I'll be there, so come say hi if you see me :) Once everyone has walked the red carpet, photographed on the 'step and repeat', and been interviewed by the paparrazi, they will all head inside for the awards ceremony, at which point I will be backstage grabbing exclusive photos and stories with Gary Gellman of Gellman Images that we can share with you first thing Monday morning!

This year's honorees include George R.R. Martin (Game of Thrones author), Jason Alexander (George Castanza from Seinfeld), Southside Johnny, The Smithereens, Tim McLoone, Martha Stewart, Olympic Gymnast Laurie Hernandez, NY Giants football players Bart Oates and Harry Carson, and SO many more.

The NJ HOF website says there could be a chance that more tickets will be released, so if you want a shot at being inside the Paramount Theatre for the actual awards show, keep checking THIS LINK!