Downtown Red Bank is set to entertain over 10,000 people at its 6th Annual Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival this Sunday, September 27.
Last years event, captured in the video below, drew close to 20,000 visitors whose $5 admission fee served as a fundraiser for the Jane H. Booker Cancer Center at Riverview Medical Center, Lunch Break and Red Bank RiverCenter. The festival drew crowds of all ages to New Jersey’s “Cool Little Town” for good vibes, delicious food, live music and dancing in the lots off White and Monmouth Streets.
There will be no shortage of Guinness and fresh oysters for everyone, plus visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy cuisine from more than 20 of Red Bank’s popular restaurants including Dish, Teak Restaurant, Temple Gourmet Chinese, Whipped Creperie, The Oyster Point Hotel, 10th Avenue Burrito, The Cheese Cave, Bistro at Red Bank, Lil Cutie Pops, Gaetano’s, The Boondocks, Jamian’s, Windmill and much more!
Make sure you get there early, as local Jersey Shore favorite Brian Kirk & the Jirks is set to perform on the west stage at noon! The full Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival entertainment lineup is as follows:
Irish Dancers, Noon – 12:30
Daddy O’Pocketful, 12:30 – 1:45
Pat Roddy, 2:15 – 3:15
So Watt, 3:45 – 5:00
The Nerds, 5:30 – 7:00
Brian Kirk & the Jirks, Noon – 1:30
Bob Burger’s Fleetwood Mac Show, 2:00 – 3:30
The Mighty Shillelaghs, 4:00 – 5:15
Matt Wade Band, 5:45 – 7:00
Plus Pipes & Drums performing at various times throughout the festival.
Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival
White Street, Red Bank, NJ
Sunday, September 27, 2015 (Rain Date October 4, 2015)
Red Bank is located in Monmouth County 10 minutes from the Jersey Shore and a one-hour drive from New York City. The festival is located 10 minutes away from the Red Bank Train Station on the North Jersey Coast Line.