2024 A.D.

Ports O’ Call 

Traveling the world over in search of fun and frolic, The Pyrates of the Coast will be anchoring at these spots in the coming weeks.

Apr 13

Mermaid Festival
International Mermaid Museum Westport Winery – 10 – 4 p.m.

Knot for Sail will be performing again at the International Mermaid Museum’s mermaid festival. We’ll be roaming the grounds, entertaining visitors and singing a rousing sea chantey or two, or three…

May 19

Pirate Red Release Party
Fletcher Bay Winery – Coppertop Road Location – 3-7 p.m.

Join us for an afternoon of piratical music, fun and frolic. Grab your best goin’ ashore gear and pirate up – this is a party that is not to be missed. The Pyrates will be there from 2 p.m. on. The party gets into full swing at 3 p.m. The wine alone is worth the trip. Come party like a pirate, at Fletcher Bay Winery.

May 28

Captain’s 66th Birthday
Edmonds and points beyond

Who would have thought ol’ Hurricane would make it to his 66th year on this earth as so many people have tried to take him out over the years (in non-dating ways). Join us on a visit to some of his favorite haunts, if he can still remember what they are.


Fall City Days
Downtown Fall City – 10 a.m. on

We return to one of our favorite towns for their festival. How can you beat a town with one street (so we don’t get lost), a couple of classic bars – the Frontier, the Riverside – and who knows what other mischief? Look for us about 10 on the main street causing trouble before the parade and then at the Frontier because they love our band so much.


Berry Days
Downtown Burlington – 10 a.m.

The Pyrates of the Coast will be sailing into port in the early morning to pre-rade before the grand parade at 11. Look for us along the street and around the festival grounds. They love us in Burlington!

JUNE 28-29

Rusty Scupper Pirate Daze
Westport Waterfont – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

The Pyrates of the Coast band, Knot for Sail, will be roaming the waterfront and docks providing impromptu entertainment and nautically-inspired music along with the usual shenanigans. Perhaps Bruce the Shark will show up during the weekend.


4th of July
Downtown Edmonds – 10 a.m.

The Pyrates of the Coast have been invited to raid this wonderful town on Independence Day. How can we resist? Should be a fun day in this great community Look for us before the parades begin on the route, not in the parade. We don’t do no stinking parades.


Tour de Terrace
Mountlake Terrace Fairgrounds – 6 p.m

One of our favorite events. We’ll be roaming the streets, entertaining the gathered throngs before the parade starts. Why be one of many when you can be the few. Then we’re off to the festival grounds to suck up all the booze before those others even start down the road


Waterland Festival
Downtown Des Moines – 5 p.m.

We will be pre-rading at 5 in the lovely waterfront community of Des Moines, then anchoring in our favorite bar, the Lighthouse Lounge, waiting for the “clowns” to show up as we sing for the patrons who love to shower us with free drinkables.


Junior Summer Day Camp
Private Events

The Pyrates will be raiding a summer camp for the City of Kirkland – Parks and Community Services department. Lots of kiddies to play games with, sing songs and create lasting memories.


Drayton Harbor Maritime Festival 
Drayton Harbor Marina – 10 a.m.

After two years on the lam (we admit to nothing), we’re heading back to Drayton Harbor to lend our unique brand of roaming entertainment to the festival grounds and if a tall ship is in town, steal away on her. Perhaps we’ll even see the George Raft Race finally.

Aug 10

Lardbutt 1k
Magnuson Park – 9:30 a.m.

Several of the Pyrates will be participating in this daunting run of 1K to raise money for local charities, including the University Food Bank. Look for the Pirates of the 1Kayribbean somewhere in the middle of the pack, or at the various doughnut stations sprinkled around the Magnuson Park course. Race starts at 9:30.

AUG 10

Cascade Days
Downtown Concrete – 10 a.m.

We will return once again to do our famous pre-rade. Maybe even Bruce the Shark will agree to appear with us again. Look for us entertaining the masses and scaring the kiddies while all the others fight over their assigned spaces in line. We’ll be running ahead of the herd at 10.


Olympia Harbor Days
Waterfront – Percival Landing – All weekend

The Pyrates band, Knot for Sail will be appearing again at one of our favorite maritime events in the Northwest. We’ll be roaming the docks singing songs and once again telling guests aboard the Lady Washington that everyone gets a free belaying pin and to feel free to pull them out and look for the winning number on the bottom for a free cruise.

SEPT 6-8

Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival
Lighthouse Park – All weekend

We’re sailing to our neighbor to the north to enjoy a day of mischief and mayhem at this grand festival. We’ll be the good looking pirate strolling the grounds, singing songs of a nautical nature, posing for photos and working the crowd all over the festival grounds.


Fishermen’s Fall Festival
Fishermen’s Terminal – Ballard – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Pyrates of the Coast once again to Ballard to regale the townsfolk in laughter, piratical mischief and impromptu song of the sea for this important fundraisder for the Fishermen’s Memorial


Bellingham SeaFeast
Bellingham Waterfront  – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Pyrates of the Coast will be sailing north to enterain children young and old at this huge celebration of all things fish and fisherfolk.

OCT 31

Edmonds Halloween Trick or Treat
Downtown Edmonds – 5 – 8 p.m.

The Pyrates will be raiding the waterfront community of Edmonds to partake in their annual trick or treat extravaganza. Look for us in the streets around the center of town between 5 and 7 p.m.

Mar. 15


St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Downtown Seattle along 4th – 12:30 p.m.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade. We return to celebrate our wee bit ‘o Irish as we saunter down 4th Avenue in Seattle. 12:30 p.m. parade. Warmup laps before at Kell’s.

May 10

Irrigation Festival
Downtown Sequim – Noon

We’ll be pre-rading at 11 a.m. before the grand parade at noon down the main street of Sequim. Who doesn’t want to celebrate irrigation, after all.


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