The 39th annual festival also includes live music by Golden Touch, a car show, craft sales, and entertainment for the children. Rain or shine. Organized each year by the Cambridge Rescue Fire Company, the Seafood Feast-I-Val was chosen by the American Bus Association as one of the top 100 group tour events in the United States.
Advance ticket prices (through Aug. 5) are $37 for adults and $10 for children 5-12 years old; free for children under 5 years old. The price after Aug. 6 and at the gate will be $40 for adults. Children’s prices remain the same. Advance tickets are available by mail at www.seafoodfeastival.com.
Gates open at 1pm and food is served until 6pm. All food must be eaten at the Feast-I-Val (sorry, no take-out orders). Plenty of free parking available.
While you’re there, be sure to tour the S.S. John Brown, a liberty ship visiting from Baltimore, which will be anchored at Governor’s Hall and will be offering free tours.
ADDRESS: 200 Byrn St., Cambridge, MD 21613
For more information, visit www.seafoodfeastival.com.