GREENVILLE, N.C.— Dig into a wide variety of food at the 12th annual PirateFest. Our vendors and Uptown businesses are sure to satisfy all your cravings, Saturday, April 14 from 10am-7pm.

We have pirate filled activities starting early with a Parade of Pirates, black powder demonstrations, pirate shows, and lessons from the sword conservatory. PirateFest will have three BMX stunt shows throughout the day and carnival rides at Five Points Plaza.

Dank Burrito, from Morehead City, NC, will provide an array of inventive burritos and tacos from their award-winning food truck. If one burrito isn’t enough, get your pirate booty over to Anita’s food truck for authentic Mexican food.

Mouth-watering food will be available right off the grill from Cousin’s Maine Lobster, Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church, Hot Diggity Dog Concessions, Bamboo Cookhouse, Party in a Pita, Wingski’s, and Skylight Inn BBQ. All will offer cooked to order food served hot and fresh.

Ready for dessert? Cleanse your palette with a variety of tasty desserts from Dustys Donuts, Kona Ice, The Funnel Cake Factory, Batter Up Concessions, Wright Sister Concessions, Coastal Concessions, Dixieland Kettlecorn Co., Sparky’s Snowballs, M&L Concessions and DpnC Concessions. These are your go-to festival vendors to feed your sweet tooth cravings.

The Main Stage, located at the corner of 4th and Evans will boast cultural performances all day long. Find the schedule of practical entertainment here.

10:00am Pirate Parade and Costume Contest

10:30am Motley Tones

11:10am Belvoir Eagles Dance Club

11:25am NC Academy of Dance Arts

11:40am Indian Association

11:55am Motley Tones

12:20pm Christie Hill

12:55pm Band of Jo’s

2:00pm Caroline Dare

3:50pm Mother Notes

5:45pm Zen Pirates

Rock out with us at the Town Common. PirateFest welcomes the Plain White T’s from 5-7 p.m., with Signal Fire opening from 3:00-5pm.

For more information about PirateFest visit www.piratefestnc.com. PirateFest is brought to you by Minges Bottling Group and organized by Uptown Greenville and the Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge.

 

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