Fireworks are held weekly on the beach beside the Atlantic Ocean. Bring a blanket and the whole family to experience the magic of the night sky lit by a display of beautiful fireworks. This is a special shoot to celebrate Labor Day!
Visit www.hamptonbeachseafoodfestival.com for details on times, entertainment schedule and participating exhibitors, free parking and shuttle schedules. Ocean Boulevard (Center Beach) is closed to traffic and becomes a pedestrian mall from the Marine Memorial (The Lady) to H Street to accommodate the anticipated 150,000+ visitors each day!
Sample the flavors of the seacoast at New England's largest seaside festival. Over 50 restaurants join together, offering an extensive menu of seafood delicacies, Gala festivities include:
Over 60 Art & Craft dealers, 3 stages of entertainment, children's activities and our new Children's Center, street performers, a 200 foot beer tent, sidewalk bargain sales, and an amazing display of fireworks on Saturday night. (Ocean Boulevard closed to traffic). Choose from favorites like lobster, shrimp, clams (steamed, broiled, barbecued or fried) to non-seafood items like "Bloomin' Onion" and fried ice cream.
Continuous entertainment on 3 stages featuring some of the best local bands in the area - from Blues to Country, Rock & Roll and even a little Jazz.
Hospitality and more entertainment in our Beverage Tent serving Budweiser & Red Hook beer!
Spectacular fireworks display - Saturday the 10th at 8:15 PM
Sidewalk Sales (end of season clearance-SAVE $$$$)
Live Radio Remote Broadcast including Pat Whitley's syndicated "Dining Out Show", Sunday September 13th.
Craft Fair - Over 60 Crafts Persons displaying their wares!
Children's Center - Ongoing Entertainment - Face Painting, Games and Street Performers
SEAFOOD FESTIVAL ADMISSION COST:
Friday: $5.00; Saturday, $10.00; Sunday, $8.00. *A portion of Admission Proceeds go to support the Hampton Rotary Club. Children under 12 are free of charge.
**PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED - PER TOWN ORDINANCE**
Fireworks are held on the beach beside the Atlantic Ocean. Bring a blanket and the whole family to experience the magic of the night sky lit by a display of beautiful fireworks. This is a special shoot - and the last shoot of the summer - in conjunction with the Seafood Festival.
Reach The Beach consists of 12-person standard teams and 6-person ultra teams that will rotate through 36 transition areas as they cover the approximate 200-mile course. Each relay team member will run 3 legs (6 legs for ultras) of varying lengths and difficulty, and will cover an average total distance of about16.6 miles (about 33 miles for ultras). Runners rotate in a set order once the race begins and will be obligated to follow this rotation until the final runner reaches the beach.
All teams are expected to maintain an average pace of approximately 10 minutes per mile as they complete the course.
The Reach The Beach (RTB) Relay began in 1999 by two multi-sport athletes with a goal of creating a 200-mile overnight team relay event that would run from the White Mountains, to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and conclude at a beach front party in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire.
Today this sell-out race has become the signature overnight running relay on the East coast.
43nd annual Granite State Wheelmen ride benefits bicycle education and advocacy. Online registration opens soon. Join us for a great ride along New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine coast this fall. Volunteer and ride for free.
Come join our 1 or 3 mile Walk by the Sea along Hampton Beach. It is the one time during the year when the whole brain injury community comes together to celebrate our accomplishments and share a fun day at the shore. This annual event helps us to continue our efforts to create more public awareness about the "silent epidemic" and ultimately fulfill our mission.