Anchoring in St. Helens for the first time, the 6th Annual Portland Pirate Festival is a two-day, family oriented event with historical reenactments, live music, cannon shows, games for the kids, hundreds of pirates roaming about, and many booths and displays.
Don’t miss the new addition of Mermaid Lagoon; wild costume parades lead by The Last Regiment Drummers and The Oregon Defense Force
Pipe Band; the comedy of Cap’n Chris the Hypnotist; Curtis Carlyle Seriously Funny Juggling, and the whip cracking Lefty Caress.
For the kids, this year’s lineup includes a host of family friendly entertainment, including the giant strolling puppets, interactive high energy children’s theater, puppet Shows, hands-on swordplay with Academia Duellatoria, scavenger hunts and interactive games with The Pirates of Puget Sound; cannon shows on Thunder Ridge; giant inflatable rides such as The Kraken and free balloons and face painting by beautiful mermaids!
The festival will take place downtown on the waterfront in Olde Towne St. Helens, to include Strand Street and the Courthouse Plaza.
Visitors can park in the public parking lot in Olde Towne or there will be ample parking in various business and hotels between St. Helens and Scappoose and a private shuttle will come by, for a small fee, to bring you downtown to the festivities.
Adult pass (13 & over) – $10 Advance / $12 @ Gate
Youth pass (12 & under) – $5 Advance / $6 @ Gate
Passes (Only in Advance) – $18 Adult / $8 Youth
For more information how to buy tickets in advance, where to park, or how to catch a shuttle downtown, visit the official website: www.portlandpiratefestival.com