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.

  • June 8, 2019 - Fall City Days. We finally 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.

  • June 15, 2019 - Berry Days, Burlington. 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 22, 2019 - Pirate Party, Ocean Shores. We're sailing down to this seaside town for a party among our own ilk. Songs, costume contest, merriment and mayhem. We'll be performing around town, then heading to the party at 5:30.


  • June 29, 2019- Fathoms O'Fun Parade, Port Orchard. If you're looking for us in the parade, you're looking in the wrong place. Look for us instead pre-rading around town earlier in the day and singing for our supper in local establishments while the parade courses its way through town.

  • July 4, 2019 - Edmonds 4th of July. ThePyrates 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!
  • July 13, 2019 - Northwest Pirate Festival. We'll be roaming the grounds of this new festival in Thurston County at the fairgrounds adding a bit of piratical flair to the event with our legendary improvisation skills. Who knows? We may even sing a song or two.

  • July 20, 2019 - Waterland Festival- How can we turn down doing a pre-rade in Des Moines, home of Kat's original group, the Wenches of Waterland. Look for us along the parade route between 3 and 6, stirring up mischief here and there and getting everyone in the mood for the parade which starts at 6.

  • July 26, 2019 - Tour de Terrace- 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.

  • July 28, 2019 - Camp Casey - We will be sailing north to Camp Casey of Whidbey Island to entertain a camp of very special pirates and their camp counselors. Lots of adventures to be had, with songs, tall tales and activities.

  • Aug. 3, 2019 - Drayton Harbor Festival. We'll be hugging the coast and trying not to drift into Canadian waters as we voyage north to take over the city's harbor to enjoy the George Raft Race, pirate costume contest, boat displays and tall ships. We hear there's a movie night to boot while we're in town.

  • Aug. 16 &17, 2019 - Hands On Children's Museum. The Pyrates will be entertaining at the debut of the museum's new ship. Yes, ship. Between 11 ad 3 each day, our crewe will be on deck to perform music and a fun interactive play twice a day about the captain and how me managed to lose his crewe again and needs new "volunteers" to join him on his adventure in search of treasure.

  • Aug. 2019 - Ridgecrest Ice Cream Social. The Pyrates of the Coast will be roaming the festival grounds, handing out treasures, cavorting with the kiddies, trying to steal the Sheriff's helicopter - the usual. Look for us between 6 and 8 p.m.

  • Sept. 1, 2019 - Olympia Harbor Days. The Pyrates band, Knot for Sail will be roaming the festival grounds and perhaps even doing a stage performance at this stellar nautical weekend in the state capital. Tugboat races, food, beverage, entertainment and pirates. How does it get any better than that?

  • Sept. 21, 2019 Ballard Fall Fisherman's Festival. We'll be back at the Ballard Fall Fisherman's Festival again this year, our fifth in a row. Look for us 11 a.m. to 4.

  • Oct. 2019 - 8th Annual CFD Masquerade Ball Charity Gala. Benefitting the state employee combined fund drive, the event takes place under the state capital rotunda. At what other event would they let pirates enjoy wine in the Secretary of State's office or dance under the rotunda. A grand event for a great cause. Look for the pirates; it's a good hint that we are in farce, uh, force.

  • Oct. 2019 - Boocoda Casket Races. We'll be heading south to Bucoda (Boocoda for October) to add a little color and enjoy the coffin races down mainstreet. Who knows, if we can find the right bodies we may just enter the race.

  • Oct. 31 2019 - Edmond Halloween Trick or Treat. The Pyrateswill 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.

  • March 2020- 32nd Annual Spittoon Boat Race Regatta. We'll be sailing over the mountains to ply the wiley waters of the spittoon trough at The Brick Tavern in Roslyn. Who know what ship we'll come up with this year - so close, so close last year. Registration at 10, racing begins at noon.

  • May 2020 - Fletcher Bay Winery Pirate Wine Release Party. 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.

  • Memorial Day Weekend, 2020 - Kitsap Harbor Festival. The Pyrates' Band, Knot for Sail, will be on stage at the festival, 12:15 and again at 3:45 to entertain festival goers with nautical music and whimsy. We'll be roaming the grounds in between shows. We know, a tough life.

  • June 2020 - Lard Butt 1K Run - 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.