Planning on Attending a 2020 Event in Wildwood? Here’s the updated schedule

WILDWOOD, NJ – The health and safety of residents, visitors, and the business community are the Wildwoods’ number one priority. That is why, based on the recommendations of the Cape May County Health Department, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Department of Emergency Management and Center for Disease Control (CDC) regarding the spread of COVID-19, event organizers and promoters announce the following event updates in the Wildwoods:

The April 22 Business at the Beach Expo – rescheduled to September 23

The April 24-26 Beach Writer’s Conference – rescheduled to October 23-25

The May 13 SPARK with the Masters of Marketing & Mindfulness – rescheduled to September 9

The May 16-17 Pour Into Summer Wine Festival – rescheduled to October 3-4

The May 22 Morey’s Piers Opening Day – postponed until further notice

The May 24 Patrick Corcoran 5K Memorial Day Run – postponed, date TBD

The May 30-31 Great American Volleyball Tournament – rescheduled to August 29-30

The May 31-June 2 Greater NJ United Methodist Church Annual Conference – rescheduled to October 4-6

The May 31-Sept 6 Weekly Sunrise on Sunday Veteran Flag Service will be a virtual event until further notice

The June 6 Morey’s Piers Beach Bop – rescheduled to July 26

The June 7 Slammedenuff NJ Car Show – postponed, date TBD

The June 9-12 American Legion Convention – cancelled

The June 12-13 Mummers Brigade & String Band Show – rescheduled to September 11-12

The June 12-14 DeMolay NJ State Convention – cancelled

The June 13 ALS Bike Ride – cancelled

The June 13 Wildwood Beer Fest – cancelled

The June 13-14 U.S. Junior Nationals Basketball Tournament – rescheduled to August 29-30

The June 14 American Flag Day Ceremony – cancelled

The June 14 Running for Vets 5K – rescheduled to September 12

The June 15-20 VFW Convention will now only take place on June 18 & 19 and there will be no parade

The June 16-August 27 Doo Wop Back to the ’50s Neon Night Tours are postponed until further notice

The July 18 Sun and Sand Police & Fire Survivors 5K Run – cancelled

The June 19-21 Barefoot Country Music Fest – rescheduled to June 17-20, 2021

The July 19-24 Sophisticated Productions National Dance Competition – cancelled

The June 20 Crest Food Truck & Movie Night – rescheduled to July 12

The June 20 Drum & Bugle Corps Competition – cancelled

The June 23 Seashore Food Trade Show – cancelled

The June 22-25 National Marbles Tournament is rescheduled as a virtual event

The June 26 Fireworks on the Beach – cancelled

The June 26-28 NJ Jeep Beach Invasion – rescheduled to July 9-11, 2021

The June 27-28 Cape Express Beach Blast Soccer – rescheduled to July 18-19

The June 28-July 2 Youth for Christ Heatwave Conference – cancelled

The July 3-5 Sports Card, Toys, Comics & Collectibles Show – cancelled

The July 4 Foam N’ Glow “World’s Largest Foam Party” – rescheduled to July 3, 2021

The July 6-11 Dance Xplosion National Dance Finals – rescheduled to August 20-23

The July 10-12 NJ State BBQ Championship & Anglesea Blues Festival – rescheduled to July 9-11, 2021

The July 18 Beatlemania Again Live in Concert – cancelled

The July 18 Residential Living & Leisure Show – cancelled

The July 25 The Golden Boy, Bobby Rydell, presents The Golden Kids and the Voices of Tribute Concert – cancelled

The August 6-8 Morey’s Piers ‘A Closer Walk’ Christian Youth Event – cancelled

The September 17-19 NJ State Firemen’s Convention – cancelled

The October 2-4 ‘Ignite’ Youth Conference – rescheduled to January 29-31, 2021

We thank you for your continued support of the Wildwoods, and invite you to visit our events calendar at for updates on individual events.

For additional information about the Wildwoods, visit or call 800-992-9732.

Photo by Jamie McLaughlin, WildwoodsNJ.

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