The Outer Banks Seafood Festival Board of Directors is now accepting applications for the 2019 Grant Program. Deadline is 5:00pm on April 19, 2019 2019 community grant application
Opening ceremonies and a lot more music and fun to come!
The 7th Annual Outer Banks Seafood Festival is open! The Jones Sisters band is on stage, the food is hot, the beverages are flowing. This year we brought in extra tents just to keep the rain away – we’ll see you here!
We’re just hours away from one of the Outer Banks largest events, the Outer Banks Seafood Festival. The stage is set, cooking has begun, drinks are cold, 50 Arts & Crafts vendors are preparing, and so much more. We hope to see you tomorrow, our event kicks off at 10:30 AM!
Countdown: 3 Days Til the Festival Begins! And though there is rain in the forecast, the fish won’t mind! Especially those in the Mullet Toss. . . Seriously, the Festival will go as planned, rain or shine! So get out your raincoats and rain hats and come prepared to have a great time listening to …
Reminder: No dogs are allowed on the Festival grounds.
Countdown: 10 Days, 10 Hours, 24 Minutes til the Festival! What Will You Be Eating? Check out these great options from our restaurants. . . Basnight’s Lone Cedar Cafe, Captain George’s, Dirty Dick’s Crab House, Greentail’s Seafood Market & Kitchen, Jolly Roger Restaurant,Mulligans Grille in Historic Cottage Row, Outer Banks Brewing Station,Proof Bakery, Striper’s Bar and Grille, Sugar Creek Seafood Restaurantand Ten O …
Countdown: 11 Days, 11 Hours til the Festival! Did you purchase tickets online? If so, pick up your Online Will Call Tickets at the ticket gate closest to the Shuttle drop off area (on the circle). Check out the attached site map, we have moved a few things around!
Outer Banks Seafood Festival Countdown Begins Nags Head, N.C. – Final preparations are underway for the 2018 Outer Banks Seafood Festival which will be held on Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 10:30am – 6:00pm at the Soundside Event Site in Nags Head. Thanks to our sponsors, Towne Bank and Outer Banks Visitors Bureau. Food will …
The Outer Banks Seafood Festival donates $2500 to communities hard hit from Hurricane Florence.