Events

Annual Guinness Oyster Festival returns to Red Bank on September 30th

 

It’s oyster season! That means the annual Guinness Oyster Festival makes its return to Red Bank, which is going to be on Sunday, September 30th, featuring plenty of oysters to try out, Guinness (as well as some other brews), live music, vendors, and yes, an assortment of food from various food vendors.

Tons of Oysters…Pints of Guinness, plus Lighter Beers and Wine…Live Music…Great Food The Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival is a great time for one and all and is fashioned after the 62-year-old Galway Oyster Festival celebrating the opening of the oyster season. It is a huge food & music festival which will showcase Red Bank’s excellent restaurants as well as entertain thousands with great live music and family fun. Please note: Due to Borough Ordinance, Pets are not allowed, service dogs only. Due to increased security all bags are subject to search.

Red Bank area restaurants will be serving a variety of oysters, sea food and other festival style cuisine. Check back for the list of vendors.

Live music on two stages throughout the day!

Plus family entertainment, children’s stories, crafts and more!

Admission: $5/person, 10 and under free.

Admission is $5 per person and kids 10 years of age and under are free! The Guinness Oyster Festival will be running from 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM over at the White Street Parking Lot, so you’ll want to plan accordingly when it comes to parking.

As always, if you’re curious about the event, then check out our photos below from previous years, as well as our videos above and below that highlights all of the festivities!

source: Red Bank RiverCenter

 

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