COME FOR THE FESTIVALS. STAY FOR THE WEEKEND.
Red Bank’s calendar is filled with can’t-miss events and one-of-a-kind experiences that give you a little
taste of everything. June will kick off the Spring festival season with Red Bank’s Monmouth County
Craft Beer Festival, which will feature some of the area’s most notable craft breweries, food from local
restaurants and musical entertainment. The town’s legendary Sidewalk Sale, held the last weekend in
July, draws serious bargain hunters to town. The famed Red Bank Wedding Walk on March 21 is a free,
one-day event designed to introduce prospective brides, grooms, attendants and families to the town
as the one-stop destination for weddings. The Wedding Walk brings together the best vendors in the
business, providing an array of options in venues, transportation, catering, photography and more!
The Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival set for September 26 draws people to town for a food and
music festival fashioned after Ireland’s Galway Oyster Festival, showcasing Red Bank restaurants
and closing the festival season. Red Bank shines during the holidays with the Town Lighting on Black
Friday, featuring a Santa Express train ride and holiday concert by the renowned Holiday Express.
Holiday carolers, a scavenger hunt and family activities every weekend add to the holiday fun. See
Red Bank sparkle in holiday décor while shopping around town for the perfect gift.
RED BANK . . . A WORK OF ART.
You are invited to savor the sights, music scene, theaters, antique shops and popular nightlife. It is the
birthplace of jazz great William “Count” Basie and the location for filmmaker Kevin Smith’s “Dogma”
and “Chasing Amy.”
Red Bank is conveniently accessed by water, rail, bus and automobile, just one mile from Garden
State Parkway Exit 109. Visitors can walk to the downtown district from the charming and historic Molly
Pitcher Inn and the contemporary Oyster Point Hotel, each offering breathtaking panoramic views
of the Navesink River. NJ TRANSIT North Jersey Coast Line trains and Academy Bus Line coaches
serve Red Bank as well, and the town is an easy ride from the docks of the Seastreak and New York
Schedules are subject to change. For up-to-the-minute information about creating your own work of
art in Red Bank, call 732-842-4244 or visit RedBank.org, Facebook @redbankrivercenter, Instagram
@redbank_nj, or Twitter @RiverCenter.
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