The 2013 Outer Banks Seafood Festival Entertainment Committee has been working hard on this year's lineup and we're excited to present the 2013 schedule. Please note that all events and times are subject to change prior to the event so check back soon for the most up to date information. We look forward to seeing you at the Outer Banks 2nd Annual Seafood Festival!
Interested in providing entertainment at the 2013 Outer Banks Seafood Festival? Contact the OBSF
Intermission (15 minute)
Our kid-tested, family-approved entertainment, games and interactive exhibits in the Family Reef Retreat will get the whole family smiling. Stop in, catch a show, listen to some sweet tunes and learn all about local seafood and the working watermen heritage of the Outer Banks.
"Welcome Aboard!" Get on deck and help start the festivities with Outer Banks Catch’s Welcome and Opening Ceremony
The First Flight High School Jazz Band
"Ocra - Strokin' with Ocracoke's Rex O'Neal" Growing up on an isolated island 35 mile off the mainland of North Carolina presents its challenges, but you’d never know it when you hear Rex talk about a childhood of wonderment; fishing, swimming, gigging flounders on the reef, chasing ponies and more, all in his distinctive "Hoi Toide" Ocracoke brogue. You’ll laugh hearing how all that came together on a hysterical, legendary trip when "O'coke came to Vegas!"
"Magic Mike" -Enjoy a high energy comedic magic show for all ages with expert balloon sculptor and magician, Magic Mike.
"Fish House Blues with Mojo Collins" Enjoy the music of an Outer Banks local and legendary folk and blues artist, Mojo Collins. Mojo has performed with or opened for Fleetwood Mac, Janis Joplin, Steve Miller, Santana and the Grateful Dead to name a few.
"Limelight Kids Show Choir" When these elementary age children from the Outer Banks take the stage, you’ll see why they’re the talk of the town! These talented kids sing and dance to a variety of showmanship songs that span the generations, from the 1940's right up to today’s popular music. The secret's out, the Limelight Kids Show Choir will get you off your feet and in the groove!
"Magic Mike" – Enjoy a high energy comedic magic show for all ages with expert balloon sculptor Magic Mike.
"Tales From the Deep with Captain Marty Brill" Fishin' lore from top to bottom and side to side with Captain Marty Brill from “The Other Side of Fishing"
"Mattamuskeet Seafood Crab Pickers" Learn how to pick crabs from the fastest crab pickers in the state.
"Fish House Mardi Gras with Just Playn Dixieland" After enjoying a day of delicious local seafood, sit back, relax and listen to the sweet sounds of Dixieland.
The 1st Annual Fish House Olympics will be held at the Outer Banks Seafood Festival on Saturday, October 19, 2013. Events for all ages will be open to the public including the Mullet Toss, Cast Net Throw, Fish Box Stacking, Crab Races and Mullet Pail Toss. For all amateur events, registration will be available the day of the event on a first come, first serve basis. Spots are limited. Registration for professional events is on-going. If you are interested in participating in any events on the professional level, individually or as a team, please contact Outer Banks Catch at (252) 475-9333 or email info@OuterBanksCatch.com.
Please Note: The Mullet Toss, Fish Box Stacking, and the Cast Net Throw will be closed to public participation during the professional division. Bleachers will be available for the public to watch the professional division. To be included in the junior division Mullet Toss competition, participation must be completed before 12:00 p.m. To be included in the amateur adult and salty dawg competition divisions, participation in events must be completed by 3:30 p.m. Please visit the Fish House Olympics Event page for more details.