RED BANK, NJ – Sunday, April 7th from 11a.m.-5:00p.m was Red Bank's Annual Street Fair. The weather was a perfect spring day and the crowds came out to enjoy the fun. The Fair takes place on Broad Street between Peters Place and Front Street, and on Monmouth Street between Broad Street and Maple Avenue.
A huge number of arts and crafters in pop-up tents sold their wares while the cheerful crowd jostled and danced to live music, munched on everything imaginable and watched street performers.
Folks had their choice of Red Bank’s excellent restaurants or from the wide-ranging cuisines of food trucks interspersed on Broad and Monmouth Streets with specialty items like funnel cakes, zeppoles and sausage and pepper sandwiches.
There was plenty of shopping to peruse from; jewelry, birdfeeders, doggie treats, bonsai trees, original art, CBD products and eclectic clothing for all ages. Some very unique items offered by very creative artists.
Kids had a blast in the bouncy castle and running up and then sliding down on the air slide. Kettle Korn and Cotton Candy were a big hit. There was live entertainment and performers.
Click HERE for a short video of the band Clear Stream sing the Beatles song, “I Want to Hold Your Hand.”
Video: The Red Bank Area Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society singers were pretty cool. Click HERE to watch a quick minute of, “Well, Hello Mary Lou.”
Today’s Red Bank Street Fair was just the kick off.
What’s up next? The International Beer & Wine Food Fest on Sunday, May 5th.
To see a complete list of upcoming events in Red Bank, click HERE.
Red Bank--there's always something great going on to enjoy!
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