Tons of Oysters...Pints of Guinness, plus Lighter Beers and Wine...Live Music...Great Food The 10th annual Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival is a great time for one and all and is fashioned after the 65-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, kiddie rides, a petting zoo 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.
Sunday, September 29, 2019
Noon - 6 p.m.
(Rain date: October 6, 2019)
White Street Municipal Parking Lot
Red Bank, NJ
(GPS Address: 40 White Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701)
Local and regional bands appearing at the 2019 festival:
West Stage (Behind Teak Restaurant)
Fish Eyed Blues Band - 12 noon to 1:30
Brian Kirk & the Jirks - 2:00 to 3:45
Almost U2 - 4:15 to 6:00
East Stage (Behind Dublin House)
Atlantic Watch Pipes & Drums - 12 noon to 12:15
Tim McLoone & the Shirleys - 12:30 to 2:00
Alan Chez & Brothers of Funk Big Band - 2:30 to 4:00
The Weeklings - 4:30 to 6:00
Raise a pint of Guinness or Ketel One vodka drink!
Enjoy oysters ('tis the season) and Irish food in addition to all your festival favorites.
Restaurants committed to participate:
Admission: $5/person, 10 and under free.
We love your pets, but Borough ordinance does not allow them at special events.
Proceeds benefit Monmouth Day Care, T. Thomas Fortune House, and Red Bank RiverCenter
Avoid traffic and take public transportation to the festival! Red Bank is easily accessible on New Jersey Transit's North Jersey Coast Line and on the Academy Bus Line from New York City, and is an easy ride from the terminals of New York Waterways and Seastreak Ferry.
Driving directions: Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 109. Take Route 520/Newman Springs Road East. Go thru four traffic lights to end of road. Make a left at that light onto route 35 North. Cross railroad tracks, stay to the right which turns into Broad Street. The business district of Red Bank starts after you go thru two more lights.