McNulty Previews the RI Seafood Festival on LIVE
Friday, September 07, 2018
Rhode Island Seafood Festival is kicking off its 8th year this weekend, September 8 and September 9, at India Point Park in Providence. The event promises delicious food, great music and fun for the whole family.
The festival is an annual event that brings together the best local purveyors of seafood and other fine fare as well as beer, wine, and spirits from Ocean State producers.
TJ McNulty joined GoLocal LIVE’s Chelsea Guay to discuss how the event came about and its success over the past 8 years - as well as what we can expect to see this year.
Participants of the event this year include: Plouf Plouf Gastronomie, Matunuck Oyster Bar, the Shuckin' Truck and Sweet Bees Donuts as well as live music from: TJay and the Tallboys, Tim Charron and Young Rust — The Neil Young Experience.
Admission is $10 for adults, with free entry for children under 12 years of age. The ticket price includes entry for one day of the festival, with several hours of live music and entertainment for all ages. Food is not included in the ticket price, but is for sale separately at various restaurant vendors. Check out their website for more information here: https://www.riseafoodfest.com/
Much of the discussion on GoLocal LIVE - WATCH ABOVE - was about exciting things in store for this weekend's event and why you don't want to miss out!
Related Slideshow: 10 Great Things to do in RI This Weekend - September 7, 2018
Smith & Weeden at Columbus Theatre
Smith and Weeden will be joined by the Quahogs and These Wild Plains at the Columbus Theatre on Friday night.
Showtime is set for 8 p.m.
Aurea Ensemble's Darwin at Sea at Slater Mill
Delving into Darwin’s life and creative process, this program fuses readings from Darwin’s letters, excerpts from his writings, poetry of Blake, Wordsworth & Coleridge, with string quartets of Mendelssohn and Beethoven, and harmonica improvisations of Chris Turner.
The Fab Four Beatles Tribute at Park Theatre
If you're looking for a Beatles tribute act that truly inspires 21st-century Beatlemania, don't miss The Fab Four.
Travel back in time to the 1960s with a band that is simply unmatched in its stunning portrayal of the four famous lads from Liverpool.
The concert begins at 8 p.m.
Cranston Greek Festival at Church of the Annunciation
More than 25,000 people will visit the Cranston Greek Festival over the course of this three-day event of Food, Fun, Greek Dancing and Culture.
The Festival is held under the “Big Tents”, rain or shine.
Events begin at 5 p.m.
History and Herb Hike at Casey Farm
Join Historic New England and a professional herbalist for a walk through Casey Farm and its beautiful, wooded trails. Discover the history of this landscape from the seventeenth century to today.
Learn about the farm's wide variety of herbs and their benefits, and take home some samples to enjoy. Meet at the cow barn. Includes admission for a tour of the historic farmhouse.
The hike goes from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
RI Seafood Festival at India Point Park
The Rhode Island Seafood Festival is an annual event, which began in 2011, that brings together the best local purveyors of seafood and other fine fare as well as beer, wine and spirits from Ocean State producers.
The festival features live music, activities and more.
The festival goes from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Festival Guatemala at Roger Williams Park
The Guatemalan Festival is an annual event, celebrated in late August or early September to coincide with the celebration of Independence Day.
Performances of various traditional dances, and music such as the “marimba” are showcased. Festival Guatemala provides an opportunity for participants; old or young, recent immigrants and already established citizens; to enjoy a day of remembrance of their history, traditions, and culture.
The festival goes from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Second Star to the Right: A Tale of Hook & Pan at Fort Adams
A perilous dance adventure by Miki Ohlsen with original score by Toby Andrews
A site specific ballet, in collaboration with the Tall Ship Oliver Hazard Perry.
The show goes from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
This is the final outdoor Providence Flea of the season, you don't want to miss it.
There will be vintage vendors, artisans, makers, food trucks, community nonprofits, and live music.
The Flea is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Off the Beaten Path at Watson Farm
Watson Farm Manager Don Minto leads a special tour of this extensive seaside working farm. Learn how the farm’s evolution relates to the local island community and Rhode Island history.
Discover stories of the land, people, and natural resources of Narragansett Bay and learn how preserving our historic landscapes positively affects local food production.
The event goes from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
- The Annual Charlestown Seafood Festival is Back
- Canned Seafoods Recalled by Skipanon Brand and Garibaldi Cannery
- Matunuck Oyster Bar Named One of Best Seafood Restaurants in U.S.
- 5 Weekend Musts: Charlestown Seafood Festival + More
- The Cellar: Wines for Summer Seafood
- 5 Weekend Musts: Newport’s Seafood Festival + More
- LIVE: Over 8,000 Expected In Newport for Bowen’s Wharf Seafood Festival