Live music, an event that mixes exercise with philanthropy, a wedding expo, and explorative hotel deals are all happening this week in Ocean City. Truly, OC has something for everyone! Explore the fun!
Ocean City, Maryland Entertainment
Kick off this weekend with great music! Seacrets offers you Go Go Gadget on Friday, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Don’t underestimate this young band with a spy-like name; Go Go Gadget does party, pop, and techno music like seasoned artists. Also on Friday, see Opposite Directions at 5 p.m. This duo doles out anything from reggae to bluegrass to modern rock. Saturday, Gypsy Wisdom plays at 10 p.m. Full Circle, a fun-loving group with sing-along tunes, plays at 5 p.m. Lastly, Seacrets hosts Captain Jack on Saturday, a group known to feature anything from the 80s to current hits. Captain Jack plays at 9 p.m. Head to www.seacrets.com for contact info and additional information on these musical groups.
Fager’s has two nights packed full of music and fun. Friday, April 13, Lima Bean Riot plays on stage at 10 p.m. Also on Friday, DJ Hook mixes at 9 p.m. The next night, see DJ Rob Cee at 6 p.m. and DJ Groove at 9 p.m. Looking for a wide variety of hits? Listen to The Loop at 10 p.m. on stage. Go to www.nightlife.fagers.com for additional info.
This next event is entertaining for only half the population, but certainly affects the other half too. Ocean City puts on a bridal show on Sunday at Seacrets. The show is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m.–just enough time to acquire all information for wedding needs. Talented planners, top wedding vendors, great music, and a classy fashion show are all in the plans for this Sunday. Amongst all the things you can buy and learn about, there’s a chance to win a cruise and other prizes! Admission is $10 at the door and $7.50 online. Check with Sean Rox for more information: 410-289-7699; www.oceancitybridalshow.com.
Ocean City, Maryland Hotels
Sometimes adventures can happen just outside of town, as is the case with The Atlantic Hotel in Berlin. The lovely (and slightly famous) hotel offers “Inn-to-Inn Adventure Tours” that are catered to you. These tours can be anything from biking tours, hiking tours, canoeing tours, culinary tours, or ghost tours. Essentially, participants oscillate between The River House Inn, The Friendship Farm Bed & Breakfast, The Lighthouse Club, and of course, The Atlantic Hotel, participating in the tour they choose. The off-season adventures allow you to actively tour the Shore! There are trained tour guides, too, so participant and learn in good hands.These tours require a minimum of six people and a maximum of 10 people per tour. Call The Atlantic Inn for information: 410-632-2722, or visit their site, www.atlantichotel.com. Also, when calling The Atlantic Inn, check what dates they have available for tours.
Ocean City, Maryland Charity
Interested in observing the sights of Ocean City’s beach and boardwalk while benefiting others? Ocean City hosts a MS Walk on the Boardwalk this Saturday at 10 a.m. Though the 5k begins later, registration starts at 9 a.m. at the Grand Hotel on 21st Street. Need more information? Contact Samantha Flottermesch at 443-641-1207 or, go to www.ococean.com/events.