Patrick Robinson
The mighty Seafair Pirates will be back on Alki Beach to take over West Seattle and kick off the 65th annual Seattle celebration of Seafair. They come in between 11:30 and 12:30 (depending on the tide) and will be greeted by thousands of people. Arrive early and enjoy live music and shopping on the beach.

UPDATE: Seafair Pirates landing set for June 28 on Alki: Celebrating 65 years of Seafair

UPDATE June 28 8:00am

The event will now run from 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Bring your best pirate gear and get ready to watch the Seafair Pirates storm the beach! They will land on Alki between 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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information from Seafair

The cutthroat Seafair Pirates crew has made a deal with their new Captain Kidd and are comin’ to collect the bounty they left behind last year! Avast, the Seattle Seafair Pirates will sail in from the seven seas and the scallywags be stormin’ Alki Beach in West Seattle to kick off the 65th Seafair. Don’t be gettin’ in their way!

Merchants will be putting out their finest wares starting at around 9:30 a.m. and ye can shop, eat and dance along with the Pirates throughout the day! Including food vendors, toys, clothing, jewelry and art!

The Seattle Seafair Pirates will land at Alki Beach between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

The music stage will be there ta welcome ye with music from some o the finest local bands. Belly dancin' and story tellin' will also take place on the main stage.

If they dare, the little buccaneers can try out the inflatable rides for the kids! Later in the day they can be part of a Pirate look-a-like contest to win some booty sponsored by the West Seattle Kiwanis.

Dress in your favorite pirate costume and meet us out on the beach - Ready, Aim, Fire!

Event Sponsors:
Albert Lee Appliance, Alternative Talk 1150 KKNW, AM 880 KIXI Music - As Cool Now As It Was Then, Barefoot Wine, KIRO 7 Eyewitness News, MOVIN 92.5 All The Hits!,, TalkingRain Beverage Company, The New Click 98.9 - Modern Music, Today’s Warm 106.9 FM.

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