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Razor Clam Festival

March 17, 2023 - March 19, 2023

Free
Chowder competition judges at the Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival.

This festival is always a hit for lovers of razor clams of all ages.

Come celebrate all things seafood! Razor clams, oysters, dungeness crab. Live music. Clam chowder, clam fritters. Vendors and more! And once again this year we are partnering with the Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival from Port Angeles. Come enjoy a fresh dungeness crab meal complete with herbed potatoes and coleslaw. And if that isn’t enough great food there will be burgers, pork tacos and so much more.

The festival is free to attend. Check out the vendors and listen to the music. And if you want to taste the best of the city’s chowder you can buy a tasting passport and sample NINE different chowders – vote for the People’s Choice – and of course, you can purchase tickets for the crab dinner.

The Razor Clam Festival has quickly become one of Ocean Shores’ most popular events.

Past event pictures

Thank you to jwalsh on Flickr for licensing the pictures of the festival for re-use with attribution. No modifications were made.

Details

Start:
March 17, 2023
End:
March 19, 2023
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://www.osrazorclamfestival.org/

Venue

Ocean Shores Convention Center
120 W Chance a La Mer NW
Ocean Shores, WA 98569 United States
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One thought on “Razor Clam Festival

  • September 4, 2018 at 12:45 pm
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    I attended this event in March 2018, and was extremely disappointed that the only “Razor clam” I could find was some crumby bites of chowder! The chowder was NOT good at all, and a waste of a razor clam. I expected to see cooking demonstrations, have the ability to purchase different preparations of razor clams etc. It is a craft fair, that was very poorly managed.

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One thought on “Razor Clam Festival

  • September 4, 2018 at 12:45 pm
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    I attended this event in March 2018, and was extremely disappointed that the only “Razor clam” I could find was some crumby bites of chowder! The chowder was NOT good at all, and a waste of a razor clam. I expected to see cooking demonstrations, have the ability to purchase different preparations of razor clams etc. It is a craft fair, that was very poorly managed.

    Reply

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