Argh Matey! Piratefest Returns | Beaufort County Now | Aye, Aye Pirates! A family fun weekend starts today, join us April 8th & 9th for PirateFest.

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Press Release:

    GREENVILLE, NC- Aye, Aye Pirates! A family fun weekend starts today, join us April 8th & 9th for PirateFest.

    Presented by Sup Dogs and Suddenlink, PirateFest will kick off with performances by DJ Tay James on Friday night and conclude with Eric Paslay on Saturday night.

    Friday, April 8th the festival will kick off at 5pm with opening act TrainWreck followed by the main performance from DJ Tay James. Featuring food trucks, beer & wine, and more vendors.

    Saturday, April 9th, pirate shenanigans will be held all day from 11am to 8pm featuring BMX shows, mermaids, pirates and more! Be sure to wear your best pirate costume for the costume contest at 11am. End the day at the Town Common with music from Grammy nominated hit songwriter, artist and performer Eric Paslay.

    Organized by Uptown Greenville, Emerge Gallery & Art Center Home of Pitt County Arts Council, and the City of Greenville, PirateFest showcases the best of the region, from artists, to restaurants, to unique recreational activities.

    This festival is free to attend thanks to our great sponsors including Sup Dogs, Suddenlink, the City of Greenville, White Claw, Visit Greenville NC, Mikes Hard Lemonade, Minges Bottling Group, WRNS, WNCT, Coastal Beverage, V103.3, Friday Health Plans, Food Lion, Greenville Utilities, Pirate Radio, Pitt Street Brewing Company, 107.9, The Daily Reflector, Emerald City Realtors, Nutrien, Southern Bank, and US Cellular.

    ARGHHH! We hope to see everyone there!

  • Contact: Uptown Greenville

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