2014 Lobster Fest is a go!
Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
With the opening of lobster season fast approaching, dates have been set for the highly anticipated 2014 San Pedro Lobster Fest. The San Pedro Lobster Festival Committee has officially announced that Lobster Fest will be held from June 14th to the 21st. This year the festival will be bigger and better the than ever before. The weeklong festival will see revelers enjoying the tasty treats of the sea- courtesy of the Spiny Lobster- at various establishments on the island. As an added bonus, visitors will also have the opportunity of winning a grand vacation package by using their 2014 Lobster Fest Passport.
Businesses wanting to register for the 2014 Lobster Fest Passport must do so by Friday, May 9th and only a couple spaces are left. The passport is part of the Lobster Crawl, where lobster fest goers visit participating businesses to acquire passport stamps. Each stamp in the passport can be converted into a ticket for the Grand Lobster Fest Raffle. The lucky winner of the raffle will receive the ultimate vacation package which will include local airfares, hotel stays, golf cart rentals, tours, bar tabs, lunch/dinner tabs and more. Stamps can be traded in for tickets at the San Pedro Lobster Festival Committee booth on the night of the block party.
The highlight of the festival is the grand block party held at Central Park. End the festival by enjoying a variety of ﬁnger licking lobster dishes, not to mention live music by Super G and Panariﬁc Steel Band to name just a few of the entertainers. It truly is a wonderful family affair. Booth registration for the block party can be done at the Seaduced Office for a fee $500. The committee reminds all businesses that booths are given on a ‘come ﬁrst’ basis and quantities are limited, so interested businesses are encouraged to register as soon as possible.
So mark your calendars because this is a Lobster Fest you won’t want miss! For more information on the event contact Rebecca Arceo at email [email protected] or call 226-2254.
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