Ocean City Sunfest 2019

Ocean City Sunfest 2019

Ocean City Sunfest

Don’t Miss Ocean City’s Biggest Festival

Just because the summer is winding down does not mean the fun has to stop in Ocean City, Maryland. One of Ocean City’s most popular festivals takes place after Labor Day weekend. Bring the whole family out for four days of fun during Sunfest.

About Sunfest

Sunfest is one of Ocean City’s largest and best festivals. Now in its 45th year, Sunfest has been ranked one of the best arts and crafts shows in the country. Browse the artists showcasing their handcrafted works and demonstrating their talents.

Along with arts and crafts, Sunfest will feature over 30 food vendors dishing out your favorite Eastern Shore fare as well as pit beef, gyros, Asian food and much more. Look to the sky to observe the spectacular kites during the Sunfest Kite Festival, presented by The Kite Loft.Perfect for the whole family, children will love the hayrides and inflatables on the beach, while adults will enjoy the live music. Sunfest will have live entertainment on two stages all day long.

Sunfest will be held rain or shine Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 19–22 at the Ocean City Inlet. Come out Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m.–10 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Admission to Sunfest is free with the exception of the headlining performers.

Live Music at Sunfest

Headliners for the 2019 Sunfest include “Who’s Bad” The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience, Granger Smith and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue. Performances for each musical headliner have a separate ticket price. Tickets for “Who’s Bad” start at $10, while Granger Smith and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue start at $25.

Sunfest Entertainment Schedule

Below is the schedule of live entertainment during Sunfest 2019.

Thursday, Sept. 19

Outdoor Stage

10:15 a.m.: Opening ceremony

11:30 a.m.: Glass Onion Band

1:30 p.m.: The Colliders

3:30 p.m.: Rick K. & The Allnighters

5:30 p.m.: Front Page News

6 p.m.: DJ Kutt

8 p.m.: Who’s Bad

Indoor Stage

10:45 a.m.: Rick K. & The Allnighters

12:30 p.m.: Recreation Dancers

2:30 p.m.: Mike Hines & The Look

4:30 p.m.: Teenage Rust

Friday, Sept. 20

Outdoor Stage

10:15 a.m.: Rick K. & The Allnighters

12:30 p.m.: Jesse Garron's Tribute to Elvis

2:30 p.m.: Midnite Run

4:30 p.m.: The Stickers

6:30 p.m.: DJ Kutt

8 p.m.: Granger Smith with special guest Earl Dibbles Jr.

Indoor Stage

11:30 a.m.: The Shatners

1:30 p.m.: Poole & The Gang

3:30 p.m.: Rick K. & The Allnighters

Saturday, Sept. 21

Outdoor Stage

10:15 a.m.: Panama Rex

12:30 p.m.: Bob Lougheed & The Memphis Mafia

2:30 p.m.: Guys In Thin Ties

4:30 p.m.: The Crawdaddies

6 p.m.: DJ Kutt

8 p.m.: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

Indoor Stage

11:30 a.m.: The Stickers

1:30 p.m.: Lauren Glick Band

3:30 p.m.: Jaded Love

Sunday, Sept. 22

Outdoor Stage

10:15 a.m.: The Beach Bumz

Noon: The Dunehounds

2 p.m.: Power Play

4:30 p.m.: Beatlemania Again

Indoor Stage

11 a.m.: Delmarva Big Band

1 p.m.: Josh Christina Band

3 p.m.: Vinyl Rhino

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Getting to Sunfest

Sunfest offers transportation from the Roland E. Powell Convention Center to the Inlet Parking Lot. The Sunfest Express will take festival goers to and from the grounds for $3. Shuttles depart every 30 minutes.

The boardwalk tram is also an excellent way to get to Sunfest, for just $4 per person.

More Information about Sunfest

For more information about Sunfest, visit OceanCityMD.gov