“It’s like the national anthem of Wildwood,” says Rydell, who will perform Friday through Sunday (Aug. 30-Sept. 1) at the Atlantic Club and Casino. “Wildwood Days,” which reached the Top 20 on Billboard’s singles charts, is a fixture in his set lists whenever he performs at the Jersey shore or the Philadelphia area, he adds.
The current Night in Venice traces its roots to 1954 when Ocean City brought back the parade as a way to celebrate Ocean City’s 75th anniversary.
Like Jersey tomatoes and corn, blueberries help New Jersey live up to its reputation as the Garden State. Nowhere is that more true than in Atlantic County, which leads the state in blueberry production. The summertime treat will be consumed in a variety of delicious forms on Sunday, June 30, at the 27th annual Red, White and Blueberry Festival at Hammonton High School.