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New Jersey Guide Newsletter - September 2023 edition
August 31, 2023

New Jersey Leisure Guide Newsletter
September 2023

The September events calendar for 2023 is packed with exciting things to do in NJ. It includes concerts, theatre, festivals, sports, and entertainment that have appeal to people of all ages and interests. September is also the unofficial ending of summer on Labor Day weekend, and the official beginning of fall on September 21st. With pleasant temperatures, this is still a popular month for Jersey Shore beaches, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, festivals, and events.

This Months Top Trending Pages

Top Ten Things To Do in September
With the official end of summer not far off and the weather still very pleasant to enjoy outdoor activities, September is a great month to catch up on visiting attractions and participating in outdoor activities before it turns cold. With the crowds at the Jersey shore having dwindled, and the ocean water still warm in southern NJ, popular destinations like Cape May, Wildwood and Ocean City are excellent choices for a weekend getaway or late season vacation.
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Discover the Popular NJ September Festivals, Events and Celebrations
For fun and excitement, experience popular September events including; 8th Annual NJ Taco Festival, Sussex County Annual Feis,
Warren County Hot Air Balloons, Fun & Games Festival, The Jersey City Water Lantern Festival, Central Jersey Jazz Festival,
The Sea.Hear.Now Festival, The Irish Fall Festival, Wildwood Olde Time Italian Festival, and much more!
Continue reading more about The Popular NJ September Festivals, Events and Celebrations

Discover the Top NJ Labor Day Weekend Celebrations and Parades
Some of the popular celebrations include; The Mendham Labor Day Carnival, Parade, Concert, & Fireworks, The Annual St. Bartholomew/UNICO Italian Festival, The Manasquan Labor Day Concert & Fireworks, The Airfest Aircraft Show, The Labor Day Weekend Fireworks on the Beach in Wildwood, The 50th Annual Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival, and many More!
Learn more about the Labor Day Weekend Celebrations and where they are held.

Discover New Jersey's Top Oktoberfest Celebrations and Events
With increased worldwide popularity, New Jersey Oktoberfest's have become a popular fall event and with Oktoberfest celebrations found throughout the state just a short driving distance of their home.
Oktoberfest attendees can often be seen with a stein of German beer is in one hand and the other holding a wurst or sausage. Additional foods are served in large portions from oxen and whole split roasted chickens to a variety of sausages steamed and served with sauerkraut and onions.
NJ Oktoberfest celebrations begin as early as 16 days before the first Sunday in October, and in NJ this year as early as September 16th.
Continue reading more on where New Jersey's Top Oktoberfest Celebrations and Events are occurring.

Tickets to the hot New Jersey Concerts, shows, and sports events.
New Jersey events include some of the world's best performers and Sports teams competing at world class venues. The top New Jersey Concerts, shows, and sports venues include the Prudential Center, Met Life Stadium, PNC Arts Center, Freedom Mortgage Pavilion, NJPAC, and other smaller venues in popular entertainment cities such as Atlantic City, Asbury Park, etc.
Check out the schedules and best ticket deals

This Months Featured Restaurant

Primal By Mia
406 Beach Ave
Cape May, NJ 08204
Primal By Mia stands above many other Caper May high-end restaurants as having the best dry-aged steaks south of Atlantic City, with the added distinction as being the only high-end restaurant in Cape May located on the beach. All seats have a beach/ocean view.
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