Meet The Landshark Band After performing with Landsharks, Jimmy Buffett hired The Landsharks to be the house band at Margaritaville, and The Landsharks became part of beach music history. As one of the most popular beach bands in the world, The Landsharks have an impressive resume, including opening up for, backing Read More
The Sapphire Bullets, the legendary rhythm & blues big band, has been rocking Savannah for over 25 years, playing dance and listening favorites from Steely Dan, Toto, Tower of Power, James Brown and more. The band shines with The Bonaventure Horns, Read More
Thomas Claxton and The Myth will be opening for hard rockers, Quiet Riot, Friday, Oct. 6th at the 2018 Tybee Island Pirate Fest! This will be a night of 100% badass rock and roll! Start spreading the word now and making your plans! ABOUT Thomas Read More
We are pleased to announce the 2018 Tybee Pirate Fest Saturday Headline act will be none other than rock legend, Quiet Riot! They will close out the night on Saturday October 6, 2018. Tickets are on sale now.
Tickets to the 2018 Tybee Island Pirate Fest are ON SALE NOW! Stay tuned for band and entertainment releases! PURCHASE TICKETS
Understanding the Pirate Fest – Festival Zone Wristband Policy During Pirate Festival weekend, if you want to drink an alcoholic beverage on the streets you need a wristband. Here’s your guide to enjoying the revelry with a tankard in hand: Read More
We are pleased to announce the 2017 Tybee Pirate Fest headline act, Colt Ford! Colt will play Saturday, October 7, 2017. We hope you all will join us for another fun filled year! Tickets will go on-sale mid August.
We are pleased to have Multi-Grammy Award winning Blues artist Delbert McClinton as our headline act for Saturday October 8th!
Tybee Island’s history with pirates isn’t just confined to our annual Pirate Fest that is held every year in October. For many decades during the 18th century, pirates actually roamed the seas of the southeast coast and many pirates used Tybee Island and other barrier islands along the Georgia coast, not only as a safe haven, but also as hiding places for treasure.