The 12th Annual
Treasure Coast Pirate Fest
will feature pirate themed attractions such as a Living History Pirate Encampment, Pirate Ships, a Little Buccaneer Kids Zone, Costume Contests, Treasure Hunts, Live Mermaids, Pirate Weapon Demonstrations with Real Cannons, Pirate Crews and Historical Reenactors, Amazing Pirate Artists and Live Performances by some of the Best Pirate Bands.
Shop a large assortment of pirate and nautical themed arts & crafts vendors, enjoy some great food and drink and listen to live music as you spend your day in a family friendly setting amongst pirates, wenches and mermaids.
Festival Admission is FREE, though a $2.00 (Buck-an-Ear) contribution is appreciated!
That be Two Dollars for ye Landlubbers!
Friday - 02/12 2pm to 6pm
Saturday - 02/13 10am to 6pm
Sunday - 02/14 10am to 4pm
Veterans Memorial Park / Riverwalk Center 600 North Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce
2020 Expected attendance
COVID-19 PUBLIC SAFETY
The Treasure Coast Pirate Fest takes the Coronavirus very seriously and is taking several precautions to help protect our patrons as well as our vendors and staff.
In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19 we encourage you to respect and follow our Safety Guidelines and to take a moment out to review the important safety information provided on the websites below.
Sanitizing stations will be provided and placed throughout the park for the use of our guests.
Customers are required to observe social distancing guidelines and wait 6 feet behind each other near vendor booths.
Individual vendor booths and exhibits will be spaced at a distance greater than 10 feet from one another.
Seating and dining areas will be spread out to promote public safety and social distancing measures.
Food Vendors will provide patrons with eating utensils. Utensil baskets are not allowed for the public to reach into.
Vendors, Exhibitors and event staff will comply with the most current mask mandate and will wear a mask at times when and where social distancing practices are not possible.
Vendors and Exhibitors are instructed to use their display tables to create a safety barrier from their customers and may use plexiglass dividers when maintaining a 6 foot distance is not possible.
Vendors and Exhibitors are required to provide hand sanitizer for their own personal use.
Vendors will disinfect high traffic touch areas such as points of sale as well as frequently wiping down their tables and other equipment with disinfectant or sanitizing wipes.
We look forward to you joining us for a safe and fun, socially distanced festival.
Donate your Canned Goods to the Treasure Coast Food Bank
We will be collecting Canned Goods and other Non-perishable Foods at the gates. ♦ Tip: Check the expiration dates on your Hurricane Supplies. If the expiration dates are still good, donate all that you can!
This will ensure that your emergency foods remain fresh and that these foods are consumed, rather than go to waste!
Note: Before next Hurricane Season, be sure to replenish your supplies.