10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Fireworks at 9:00 p.m.
Each year since 1990, crowds numbering in the hundreds of thousands have descended upon the city’s oceanfront promenade from points all over the Mid-Atlantic region for Oceanfest — an all-day, family friendly festival that brings together the most memorable sights, sounds and sensations of the summer season. Not just a music or food festival; much more than a craft sale or street fair, Oceanfest combines the best parts of everyone’s favorite summertime memory — and caps it all off with the most spectacular fireworks display you’ll see anywhere along the Jersey coast.
Applications for Craft or Food Vendors please contact Chamber Office at 732-222-0400 or email@example.com
Please be aware of the road construction at Garden State Parkway Exit 105. Go to the website for more information.
Dear Oceanfest Vendor,
The Long Branch Environmental Commission has notified us of the following:
As the Plastic Bag Ban legislation has now been enforced in the State of New Jersey, the Commission is looking to eliminate the use of plastics as much as possible. They now have what they are calling a plastic bag/Styrofoam/balloon/straw free Oceanfest initiative whereby they are asking vendors and attendees to eliminate plastics in as many ways as possible.
Please do your best to help keep plastics out of the environment.
From the Long Branch Oceanfest 2022 Committee.
Is your business interested in getting in front of the over 250,000 people that attend Oceanfest each year?
Brought to you by the Greater Long Branch Chamber of Commerce and the City of Long Branch, Oceanfest is a community event made possible with the support of such corporate sponsors as Ocean Place Resort & Spa, Lakeland Bank, Monmouth Medical Center, Pier Village, Leaf Guard, NJ Lottery, and Monmouth University, as well as through the generosity of numerous individuals and businesses in the local area. It's a public/private partnership that has worked to create an attraction that's truly special; an event of which everyone in the community can be proud.