Mark your calendars for a day filled with delicious seafood and local culture at the 2024 Outer Banks Seafood Festival! Join us on Saturday, October 19th at the Soundside Event Site in Nags Head from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Thank you to our Captain Sponsors, TowneBank and the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau for their continued support of this event.

Indulge in a variety of locally caught seafood dishes prepared by our talented restaurants, or explore alternative options for land lovers.

Dive into the Fishing Village tent to learn about our rich seafood heritage, watch demonstrations, and engage with our local fishing community. Don’t miss out on the contests, interactive displays, and the opportunity to support local artisans and non-profit organizations at the Vendor Village with over 70 vendors.

This year, the festival will showcase fewer bands but with longer sets, ensuring more time to savor the incredible sounds. Get ready to groove to performances by Pier Pressure, the Daniel Jordan Band, Celeste Kellogg, and Manteo to Murphy.

Tickets are now available for purchase at www.outerbanksseafoodfestival.org/tickets. Admission for attendees 13 and over is $20, which includes $10 back in beverage/merchandise coupons, while children 12 and under can enter for free. For those looking to elevate their experience, VIP Packages are up for grabs at $200, offering four admission packs, four festival t-shirts, VIP parking next to the event site, and expedited entrance.

In 2021, the festival established an Endowment Fund at the Outer Banks Community Foundation, dedicated to supporting the local fishing industry. A portion of the proceeds from each festival will be earmarked for this fund annually, ensuring sustainable assistance to the Outer Banks fishing community.

Come join us for a day of fun, food, and community at the Outer Banks Seafood Festival! For information on the festival, please visit the website at www.outerbanksseafoodfestival.org.

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