Belmar Feast of San Gennaro to be held September 15th & 16th featuring authentic Italian foods, live entertainment, dancing, & more

Don’t let the post Labor Day weekend prospect get you down, seeing that there are still going to be plenty of fun and exciting things happening in-and-around the area! One of them in particular is the Belmar Feast of San Gennaro, which will be held on September 15th and 16th.

Zeppolis, Italian Sausage and Crispy Calamari OH MY!

Join us in celebrating this proud Italian heritage on the Jersey Shore as part of the sixth annual Feast of San Gennaro in Belmar.

The festival will feature authentic Italian foods, live entertainment, dancing and more TBD. The festivities kick off on Saturday with a Mass celebrated in Italian at St. Rose Church in Belmar, followed by the traditional procession of the Statue of San Gennaro to its place of honor on Main Street.

Visitors will can enjoy Italian treats, Beer & Wine tent, eating contests, crafters, kids activities, and dancing in the street.

Saturday, September 15, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sunday, September 16, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Main Street between 10th Avenue and 13th Ave., Belmar

Cannoli Eating Contest
Sponsored by Sweet

$10 Entry Fee to benefit the MidAtlantic Bulldog Rescue

Kids Division – 12 and under

Adults – 13 and over

Sign up at Sweet, 702 10th Ave., Belmar
No later than Sept 8th

Contact Sweet! for questions 732-280-8889

Food Vendors
3 Guys Rolling Pies
Buzzetta’s Festival Foods
Dellano Food Service
The Little Sicilian
more TBD

Schedule of events & Entertainment TBD

Free admission

Parking for The Feast of San Gennaro in Belmar, NJ. The event will be on Main Street between 10th & 13th Ave. You can take the train (1 block walk) or park at the train station, along 10th ave., the Marina or along the side streets. It’s going to be perfect weather, so riding your bike is also a good option.


Admission to this rain or shine event is free, with it running from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM on both days. It’ll be held on Main Street in Belmar, between 10th & 13th Ave.

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