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Newport Oyster & Chowder Festival

May 21 - May 22

Mark your calendars & start your countdown because the annual Newport Oyster & Chowder Festival is back on Saturday May 21st & Sunday May 22nd, 2022

Oh and guess what? There’s a new little touch this year: it’ll be FREE  to attend… that’s right, no tickets needed for admission! All you need to do is gather your friends & come groove to some jazzy local bands, sip cold beverages and enjoy oysters + chowder on the waterfront all weekend long!

We’ll also have a full bar and other yummy food options provided by local restaurants (and food trucks!) in case you’re not a fan of oysters but still want to join in on the festivities

Details

Start:
May 21
End:
May 22
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Location

Bowen’s Warf
13 Bowen's Wharf
Newport, RI 02840 United States
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