10th Annual Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival set for September 29 with food, live music, & activities

Summer may be winding down, but Red Bank has an exciting event come the end of September that you’ll want to definitely check out!

The 10th annual Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival is set for Sunday, September 29th, featuring live music from several local bands, food from 20 of Red Bank’s restaurants and eateries, and other fun activities for everyone to enjoy. And oh yeah, there will be plenty of Guinness and oysters as well!

Join us at the 10th ANNUAL RED BANK GUINNESS OYSTER FESTIVAL Presented by the ASBURY PARK PRESS & GUINNESS!   It will be a huge food, music & beer celebration which will showcase Red Bank’s excellent restaurants and entertain thousands with continuous live music on two stages featuring  Brian Kirk & the Jirks, Tim McLoone & the Shirleys, The Weeklings, Almost U2, Fish Eyed Blues Band, Atlantic Watch Pipes & Drums and Alan Chez & the Brothers of Funk!   It’s family friendly too, with activities for kids including games, kiddie rides, petting zoo and more!  The event will be a culinary feast with tons of GUINNESS and fresh OYSTERS plus 20 of Red Bank’s favorite restaurants will be serving a variety of specialty seafood and Irish menu items, there’ll be something for everyone!   Vodka drinks, wine and lighter beers will also be available for purchase.  The Guinness Oyster Festival is a fundraiser for T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center, Monmouth Day Care & the Red Bank RiverCenter.  Admission is $5.00 for anyone over age 10.  Contact Ruthanne Harrison at RUE Events 732-829-1104 or RUE@RUEEVENTS.COM  for more information.

This event will run from 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM over by the White Street Parking lot in Red Bank. In the event of inclement weather, there’s a rain date of October 6th.

Don’t forget to check out all of our photos from previous years below, as well as our videos at the top and bottom of this page, to give you an idea of what it’s like.


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