Celebrate at Water’s Edge!
Join us Saturday, October 4th from 10am-7pm and Sunday, October 5th from 10am-6:30pm for the 33rd Annual Morro Bay Harbor Festival, one of the premier events on California’s spectacular Central Coast. Taste the freshest seafood straight off the boat at the popular Commercial Fishermen’s BBQ and sample wine and beer from many of our local wineries and breweries in our incredible Wine -N- Beer Court. Bring the kids and be delighted by entertainment throughout the Festival grounds and watch the amazement in their eyes in the free Maritime exhibits.
Let The Festivities Begin!
Join us in our Wine – N- Beer Court as we showcase local wineries and craft beers who will present their specialties. Taste the best the Central Coast has to offer and don’t forget to try the Commercial Fishermen Association’s unforgettable albacore kabobs. You won’t want to miss the popular Oyster-eating contest hosted by Giovanni’s Fish Market and Galley.
The cost of the food offered varies and wine tastings are $12 which includes a commemorative glass and 6 tasting tickets.
Jump start the month of October with an excellent selection of fine beer and a variety of food from our food court area. Various microbrews will be offered to beer connoisseurs to savor while enjoying live music on the water front. What better way to celebrate the arrival of Autumn! Beer tastings are $12 which includes a commemorative glass and 6 tasting tickets.
Morro Bay Commercial Fishermen’s “Albacore Kabobs”
Meet the Morro Bay commercial fishing fleet! Don’t know a troller from a trawler or a purse seiner from a sow’s ear? Learn about different kinds of boats, the gear, the industry, and its future first hand! There is a California Fresh Fish Display plus a fish print activity for the kids. Find these booths and more on the South T-Pier. Could there be better albacore? Find out for yourself with the Commercial fisherman who will be serving up their specialty!
Maritime Heritage Pavilion
Do not miss the opportunity to view the fascinating exhibit of maritime artifacts of the Central Coast. The Central Coast Maritime Museum Association and the Piedras Blancas Friends of the Festival deliver a fantastic journey back into the days of the mariners, abalone industry, commercial fishing industry, and more. This is one area of the festival you don’t want to miss. This attraction is located on the end of the South T-Pier.
Sand Sculpture Spectacular
35 tons of sand turned into art right before your eyes over the Festival weekend.
Take home a commemorative photo.
The Cove features displays from the Central Coast Fisheries for Women, the Harbor Patrol, and many more. The family friendly Cove is a place where children and families can enjoy the festival and also have a wonderful opportunity to learn about the Central Coast’s area and environment. Stay tuned for more details.
And much, much more…