With spring and summer on the horizon, get ready for the return of an array of entertainment options in Ocean City. Members of the Ocean City council recently approved a few new and returning events for the community’s enjoyment. Here’s what organizers and local officials have planned for the coming months. Feeling lucky? On tap for Saturday, March 12, is the return of the local St. Patrick’s Day Parade and festival, presented by the Delmarva Irish-American Club. Following a two-year Covid-related hiatus, the event is slated to take to the streets again, parading from 54th to 45th Streets starting at noon. Also, don’t miss the Irish Festival kicking off at 11 am at 45th Street Village. See https://www.delmarvairish.org/ for more info. The 31st Annual Cruisin Ocean City classic car show will be returning in May! Come out from May 19 through 22 to see more than 3,000 customs, hot rods, street machines, classics and more. The latest details can be found at https://specialeventpro.com/cruisin-ocean-city/. The following month, a new event will debut in Ocean City. The Bull on the Beach Ocean City Classic PBR event will go down June 3 through 5 in the Inlet Parking Lot, just steps from the ocean. This full-on rodeo features members of the Professional Bull Riders and Bull Riding and Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. You won’t want to miss this bull riding experience, and more details can be found at http://triplecreekevents.com/ocean-city-classic-pbr-rodeo/. Last and certainly not least, one of the summer’s most popular events, the Ocean City Air Show, will take to the skies on June 11 and 12. Don’t miss the action from the beach at 16th Street. For more OCMD event news, see https://www.ococean.com/.
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