Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival
October 8 - October 10
Crabfest is Happening in 2021!
Join the fun at the 20th Annual CrabFest in Port Angeles, Washington — one of the most acclaimed food festivals in the country and in Washington state! The festival celebrates not only the aquaculture, agriculture and maritime traditions of the breathtaking Olympic Peninsula, but brings food, art, music, Native American activities, and children’s events into one spectacular 3-day event for everyone. Located on the gorgeous Port Angeles waterfront next to Olympic National Park and a short ferry ride from sparkling Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, the event celebrates the world-famous Dungeness Crab, named after the nearby village of Dungeness, and the bounty of the sea.
Featuring over a dozen local restaurants, cooking demonstrations with celebrity chefs, Chowder Cook-Off, the Grab-a-Crab Derby, a Northwest spirits bar, local wine and craft beer, crafts and merchant vendors, live music, and many more events. Keep up with new announcements at the official Facebook page here. You’ll want to stay where all the action is, so book your room early at the Red Lion Hotel or one of many other hotels and motels in Port Angeles. Rain or shine, this is the crab party of the season and admission is FREE!
BUY YOUR ADVANCE CRAB DINNER TICKETS NOW – Advance ticket holders will have a designated line at the Crab Festival for quicker seating and will receive a 10 percent discount on merchandise.
Add this to your Port Angeles list of things to do. Check out our 331 Things to Do in Port Angeles – #27 Cold Beer & Crustaceans article!
Friday, October 8 – 12:00pm to 10:00pm
Saturday, October 9 – 10:00am to 10:00pm
Sunday, October 10 – 10:00am to 5:00pm
Join us at the downtown Port Angeles Waterfront Park area (including City Pier, parking lot next to Red Lion Hotel, and Gateway Pavilion)
Health & Safety: Crabfest in Port Angeles will go on no matter the current COVID-19 protocols. Their staff and volunteers are committed to producing a safe event and the event is outdoors or under tents.
Photo by M. Krueger Photography