N. Wildwood’s “NOT” Irish Weekend Details
As you know, The Irish Festival and Parade has been cancelled BUT that isn’t stopping folks from coming down and having an old fashioned Irish Weekend.
As we were doing our live stream on the boardwalk many of you had some questions about what would be going on this weekend.
The simple way of saying it that the bars will be open, the rides are open and the taps are open! (but I know there are so many questions so let’s dive into them)
The biggest question we have been getting is what will be going on for the weekend. Let’s dive into what we know.
Because the physical festival is cancelled there will be NO vendors, NO Irish Weekend trolleys, NO 5K Run and NO stage area…etc
Most bars will be featuring some kind of entertainment BUT there are limits on place on who could be able to watch these shows. Remember Covid-19 restrictions are still a thing and the city will be enforcing these rules.
A great example of these rules are the indoor dining/entertainment rules.
Let’s look at The Inlet On Olde for an exmaple of these restrictions. If you want a booth you have to reserve it plus there is a $10 cover. These are somethings you would have to book in advance to guarantee a spot.
On places like Seaport Pier, you can grab a table BUT just like they did all summer there is no dancing. You have to remain at your table.
There are many places still having live entertainment such as North Shore (who will have Jamison Celtic Rock) Anglesea Pub, (Ray Coleman, Wee Neil Mac Thiarnáin, Jamie Ratchford,CJ & Seamus and more) and so many more so be sure to check out your favorite place before going to see if reservations are required.
Just a side note from the editor.
Due to there not being trolleys this means that folks could be walking the streets not in the perfect sound of mind. Let’s remember a few things. A. if your driving at night over the weekend drive a little slower, B. Don’t drink and drive and C. please do not bring any drinks outside of the drinking areas. Police will fully be enforcing public intoxication and open container laws!
Tune back later for more details and info.
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