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Port St Lucie Seafood Festival returns to the grounds of the MID-FLORIDA Event Center Saturday, January 29th and Sunday, January 30th with a great lineup of delicious seafood, tasty cocktails, a great selection of vendors to shop and some amazing live entertainment.
GET READY FOR THE PORT ST LUCIE SEAFOOD FESTIVAL JANUARY 29th AND 30th
PORT ST LUCIE, FLORIDA – the Port St Lucie Seafood Festival returns to the grounds of the MID-FLORIDA Event Center Saturday, January 29th and Sunday, January 30th with a great lineup of delicious seafood, tasty cocktails, a great selection of vendors to shop and some amazing live entertainment.
Visitors to the seafood festival can spend their day shopping and exploring the many unique arts and craft and nautical-themed vendors located throughout the festival. For the young ones, there’s the free Little Fins Kids’ Zone with large inflatables and fun games to play. In addition, for a small boarding fee, young pirates can have the times of their lives seeking adventure on the Pirate Ship Avenger, a nearly 40-foot-long replica pirate ship that has 5 amazing interactive decks for kids to explore.
There will also be incredible photos ops with pirates and beautiful mermaids both days of the festival.
New this year is the Underwater Mermaid Exhibit where through a large glass window, you can watch mermaids swim as you learn about these incredible creatures.
Be prepared to feast upon delicious seafood including favorites like fish, lobster, conch, shrimp, crabs, calamari and much more. In addition to all of the tasty foods from the sea, there will also be plenty of landlubber and comfort foods for you to choose from.
The festival will feature music on two stages from bands and solo acts with a mix of rock, reggae and island tunes. Artists and bands include, Reggae Force, Jupiter Trailer Trash, The Nouveaux Honkies, Sweet Justice, Bamboo, Keith Anthony Barbrie, Davee Bryan, Jeff Fereshetian, Bobby Gugliuzza and Jason Montero.
Returning this year is the Road to Victory Military Museum which will be on hand with an impressive display, showcasing WWII Vehicles and equipment.
Please take a moment to help out and donate to those in need by bringing along canned goods or non-perishable foods for the Treasure Coast Food Bank as the seafood festival will have collection containers at both entrance gates.
Single-day advance tickets to the Port St Lucie Seafood Festival are only $7, and two-day advance tickets are just $10. Children 12 and under are admitted free and there are discounts available for veterans, police and active-duty military. Tickets can be purchased online via the festival’s web site link or at the Mid-Florida Event Center Box office Monday – Friday from 9am – 4:30 pm.
Well-behaved pets on a leash are welcome at this beautiful outdoor venue and there is also plenty of Free Parking near Gate 1 as well as the Free Parking Garage at Gate 2.
For more information or to purchase advance tickets, please visit: www.
For vendor or sponsor information, please email [email protected]
Festival Hours: Saturday, January 29th 11am to 7 pm and Sunday, January 30th from 11 am – 6pm
Admission: Single Day Ticket $7.00 Two-Day Advance Ticket $10.00
Children 12 & under – Free when accompanied by a paid adult. Discounts for veterans, police and active-duty military with ID. Onsite parking is free.
Location: Mid Florida Event Center 9221 SE Civic Center Place, Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952
The 2022 Port Saint Lucie Seafood Festival hosted by POTTC Events and Pirates of the Treasure Coast and sponsored in part by Southern Eagle Distributing, Professional Concessions Inc., Mermaid Vodka, Tito’s Vodka, iHeart Media Group, 103.7 WQOL, Wave 92.7 FM, Gater 98.7, Treasure and Space Coast Radio, 99.7 Jack FM, Hometown News, Pirate Radio of the Treasure Coast, WFLX Fox 29, Macaroni Kid, Chaos Sound Reinforcement, Treasures of Fort Pierce, and Treasurecoast.com
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