Soundside Events 2018

The Soundside event site is located on the Roanoke Sound in the Outer Banks, 6906 S. Croatan Hwy Nags Head, NC 27959. This 10-acre remarkable venue offers beautiful sunsets, wide open spaces and a scenic view of the water. View the events happening this year below.

dog days

WOOFstock - featuring Outer Banks Spring Splash

May 11-13

Mama loves dogs! This Mother’s Day weekend, head over to The Soundside for two pooch-friendly events. Woofstock moves to the beach this year and is joined by the “Outer Banks Spring Splash,” featuring Dock Dogs and a 25,000-gallon competition pool. Bring your furry best friend and get ready for good times. Woof-woof!


shred fest

OBX Shred Fest

May 19

The family-friendly event will feature live music by multiple bands and musicians, demos by professional skateboarders, BMX riders, roller derby women, Special Olympics athletes, food, art, a silent auction, games and more. Shred Fest is an annual fundraiser for Dare2Care OBX, which builds awareness for Veterans and encourages inclusion for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Food Truck

Outer Banks Annual Food Truck Showdown

June 3

Join us for the first ever Outer Banks Food Truck Showdown. The event is guaranteed to be a tummy-tempting, toe-tapping good time as food trucks, breweries and local performers show off their stuff at the Soundside Event Site. Keep on truckin'!


fun fair

Soundside FunFair 

June 14-20

Summer Kick-Off to benefit Children & Youth Partnership for Dare County (CYP)! 5pm-11pm for good, old-fashioned carnival fun. Bring friends and family to enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of a carnival with 12 fabulous rides including a giant Ferris wheel, games and food concessions, such as cotton candy, funnel cakes, chicken-on-a-stick, and more!


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OBX Seafood Festival

October 20

A fun and educational experience promoting, honoring and celebrating the area's seafood heritage and community. The festival offers opportunities to meet Outer Banks watermen and see the tools of their trade, including boats, crab pots and pound nets. You'll find educational booths, live music, an arts and crafts village and, best of all, the chance to eat fresh, local seafood from more than a dozen restaurants.