John Levique Pirate Days is a three-day pirate themed festival celebrating the discovery of John's Pass.
The great hurricane of 1848 cut this barrier island in half creating the pass discovered by turtle farmer John Levique
The event celebrates the discovery of John’s Pass with a variety of events including a Pirate’s Ball, sea battle and boat parade, a family treasure hunt, adults and children’s costume contests, various themed merchandise, a pub crawl, artists & crafters, food and beverage vendors, along with an abundance of pirate performers.
Shop for nautical and pirate themed treasures and visit the Hurricane Expo sponsored by
Lowes with loads of give-a-ways!
Hours for the event are; Friday, 3-11 pm, Saturday 10am to 8pm and Sunday 10am to 6pm.
Although admission to the pirate festival is free, a gate donation of a buck-n-ear is appreciated.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Fisherman Lost at Sea Memorial Fund.
The VFW Post 4256 will serve a $5 Pirates Breakfast, on Saturday & Sunday from 8am to 12pm
General Public Welcome!
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