SATURDAY 5/16: Crabby Blues Festival at Central Park

Cape Charles Central Park will be filled with music, food, families, and fun 3 p.m.-8 p.m. Saturday, May 16, for the 4th Annual Crabby Blues Festival. Enjoy fresh, off-the-boat crabs, live music, silent auction, kids area, arts & crafts vendors, and food vendors. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children (under 3 free). Proceeds benefit Cape Charles Christian School.

Steamed crabs for sale by the dozen, fresh from the boats. Other seafood dishes and festival favorites will be available from Little Neck Café, Whillis Wharf BBQ, Otter Creek Catering, CC Rotary Crab Chowder, Cape Charles Christian School Steamed Crabs, and Clams and SnowCones.

The live musical line-up will feature “The Janitors” and the always wonderful Heather and Nathan.

New this year will be a dunk tank, thanks to the sponsorship of Bobby Barnes, a Cape Charles High School grad.

Pfeiffer Riding Stables is back by popular demand with barrel train rides and their famous petting zoo including a goat, donkey, sheep, and more.



2 Responses to “SATURDAY 5/16: Crabby Blues Festival at Central Park”

  1. John Burdiss on May 14th, 2015 3:20 pm

    A preacher, a politician, a lawyer and a fire chief … is that the start of a risqué joke?

    Not this time … for only $1 a throw or 6 throws for $5 you’ll be able to try and dunk Russell Goodrich, George Proto, John Burdiss & Jeb Brady … and others … in the dunk tank. Weather is going to be spectacular but the water will be cold – join us at Crabby Blues!

    Crabby Blues has become the premier Cape Charles family friendly event … safe and great fun for kids and plenty for the adults too – food, beverages and music + many vendors, all part of Cape Charles Christian School’s major annual fundraiser.

    Thanks to event sponsor this year Financial Security Advisory, Inc. and many other great sponsors – look for signs of recognition at the festival.

    Check out The Janitors — who will be performing courtesy of ESLAND & Cape Charles Yacht Center – of course Nathan & Heather will be there too.

    And, the very popular Ryan the Balloon Guy is back courtesy of sponsor The Oyster Farm at Kings Creek.

  2. Deborah Bender on May 15th, 2015 7:36 am

    The Crabby Blues Festival is always so much fun. The weather is going to be “just right” 80’s or so. Not too hot and not too cold ! Sounds like the “Dunk Tank” will have lots of people for us all to drop into the water. Can’t wait for Saturday ;-)