Bellingham SeaFeast along with partners City of Bellingham, Port of Bellingham, and Haggen Northwest Fresh present the 4th annual waterfront and seafood festival September 21 – 22, 2019.
General admission to Bellingham SeaFeast at Squalicum Harbor and Zuanich Point Park is free, but some activities require tickets.
Tickets for activities taking place Saturday, September 21 can now be purchased online and include:
- Taste the Sea, presented by Haggen Northwest Fresh, is an hour-long tasting of the best seafood the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Attendees can watch live prep from chefs and vendors while enjoying wine sample pairings. Only 80 tickets available per session.
- Tour of All American Marine: Get a behind-the-scenes look at how award-winning boats are built in a new 57,000 square foot production facility on the shores of Bellingham Bay. All American Marine boats can be seen throughout the Northwest and beyond with vessels built for Argosy Cruises, Kitsap Transit, and the Red & White Fleet.
- Tour of Bornstein Seafoods: See how fish travels from the ocean to your plate on this 30-minute tour behind warehouse walls. Bornstein Seafoods is a family-owned seafood processor that delivers the finest quality wild seafood right here in Bellingham.
- San Juan Cruises Harbor Ride + Bellingham Cold Storage Tour: Join San Juan Cruises for a ride across the bay to Bellingham Cold Storage. Tour the largest port side cold storage facility on the West Coast. Bellingham Cold Storage has been storing and handling the harvest of the sea and land for 73 years. Total boat ride and tour time will be approximately two hours.
General admission to the festival includes access to all SeaFeast Wharf vendors, fishing vessel tours, SeaFeed at the Harbor food vendors, Meet Your Fishermen activities, Brew with a View beer garden, seafood cooking demonstrations, a full line-up of main stage entertainment and much more!
Bellingham SeaFeast celebrates the rich maritime culture and heritage, thriving working waterfront, enjoyment and conservation of our water resources, commercial fishing and seafood industries, and the culinary bounty of the Pacific Northwest.