Former President Donald Trump returns to Wildwood on Saturday for a rally for his candidacy for the presidency in 2024. Here are 10 things to know about Trump's rally.

Ten Things to Know About Trump's Rally in Wildwood

1- The rally is on Saturday, May 11th. The doors will open at noon. Trump is expected to speak at 5 pm.

2- The rally will be held on the beach at 3601 Boardwalk, behind the Greater Wildwoods Visitor Center, in the same area where the Barefoot Country Music Festival is held.

3- Tickets for the rally are available on the Trump website,

4- In 2020, when President Donald Trump held his first rally in Wildwood, it was late January and the rally was inside the Wildwoods Convention Center. The Convention Center had a capacity of 7000 people, although an estimated 100,000 tickets were given away. This Saturday's beach location is estimated to hold some 40,000 people.

5- Although this is apt to change, at this time no road closures have been announced. In 2020, several blocks surrounding the Wildwoods Convention Center were closed to traffic.

6- The area designated for the event will be restricted, with anyone entering subjected to a security screening. Only those with tickets will have access to the restricted area.

7- One of my memories of the 2020 rally, was the photos of the huge piles of trash left behind. From folding chairs and blankets to bags, backpacks, and other items, it took a full day to clean up the debris left behind.

8- No chairs will be allowed on the beach, according to Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano, who said there would be a meeting before the rally to determine what would be allowed into the restricted area.

9 - Who else will speak? In 2020, Atco, NJ native and counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway gave some opening remarks, and South Jersey U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew, who had recently switched from Democrat to Republican, spoke before President Trump.  Whoever else may join him, expect Van Drew to speak again this time.

10- No final word has been announced on parking, and concessions. When we hear the word, we will pass it along. A helpline for those planning to attend the Trump rally has been established by the Cape May County Republican Committee at 609-741-8069.

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