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Events by Month

Find out what's going on during your stay – or let these exciting events help you choose the perfect time to visit.

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Sat, October 01 - 2:00 am to Sat, October 22 - 2:00 am

Saturdays in October

Sat, October 01 - 9:00 am

Time: 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Price: $15 adults; $8 ages 12 and under

Sat, October 01 - 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Join us for the first annual Dare 2 Care OBX Shred Fest featuring 7 incredible live bands along with rad demos from professional skateboarders and BMS bikers on Saturday, October 1st at The Soundside from 2 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Wed, October 05 - 2:00 am to Sun, October 09 - 2:00 am

9th Annual Outer Banks Bike Fest

Good Food, Good Entertainment and Special Events. 

Thu, October 06 - 2:00 am to Sat, October 08 - 2:00 am

Price: $40 before July 1st; $50 at the door; $30 per day.

Thursday Night Jam 7 p.m. TBA. 

Thu, October 06 - 2:00 am to Sun, October 09 - 2:00 am

A scattered site self-guided Parade unlike any other tour you have attended – both because of its unparalleled setting on about 60 + miles of our beautiful coastline, and because of the diversity found among the entries in each year’s select offering of homes.

Fri, October 07 - 2:00 am to Sat, October 29 - 2:00 am

Price: $13

Are you brave enough to handle the evil on Roanoke Island?

Fri, October 07 - 2:00 am to Sat, October 08 - 2:00 am

The tournament will be held the first weekend in October with the expectation of more fish and warmer weather. Most locals will agree that early October is one of their favorite times on the Outer Banks.

Sat, October 08 (All day) to Sun, October 09 (All day)

The Outer Banks-based Mustang Music Festival at Whalehead this October will once again benefit the Mustang Outreach Program and the Corolla Wild Horse Fund. 

Sat, October 08 - 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Sponsored by Bethany United Methodist Church. Money raised will go towards the general fund and a special fund used to help offset the costs of attending a drug treatment center for people in Dare County.

Coffee and doughnuts generously provided by the United Methodist Men post race.

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