Go for a Pirates Fourth of July Celebration in Long Beach, CA 7/2-7/3
Avast me Matey’s the Pirates be comin’ to Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier, so haul up your main sail and set course for Long Beach Saturday & Sunday Juy 2nd & 3rd, 2011.
Join up with the largest gathering of Pirates, scallywags, free-booters, privateers and buccaneers ever to come ashore. There be music, song, dance, live theatre and much more to entertain Pirates and visitors alike.
Shop for rare and unusual treasures at the pirate market, well stocked with booty from the 7 Seas. Twice a day you be seeing the grandest battles this side of Tortuga, with cannon and musket blazing, pirates clashing with sword and pistol as they fight over treasure and wenches. A visit to Alfredo’s pirate pub and a tankard of ale will calm your nerves before your visit to the pirate village with hundreds of costumed scallywags and wenches.
Ye best be planin’ to stay late on Saturday night to attend the first annual Pirate Film Festival and view the classic film “Captain Blood” on our giant outdoor screen. Don’t forget to be removin’ your eye patch before ye sail home. “ARRRR”!
July 3, Sunday 10:00am – 6:00pm
Food/Beverage and Merchandise for sale
•Black Powder Presentations
•Sword Flights & Pirate Battles
•Parade of Pirates
•Pirate Ship Attacks Pier
•Pirate Cotume Contest
•Pirate Booty Arts & Crafts Booths
•Belly & Fire Dancers
•Authentic Pirate Encampments
•Capt. Jack Sparrow’s Kids’ Treasure Hunt
•Food, Grog and Rum on
Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier
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