The Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival has grown to a festival of 35,000 attendees featuring some of the best coastal seafood you can find, cooked in a variety of ways. We have over 50 arts and crafts booths showing their wares, non-profit organizations that serve Richmond Hill/Bryan County, business booth row showcasing numerous businesses around town, and national entertainment including the 2015 headliner, Joe Nichols.
FESTIVAL DATES & TIMES
Friday, Oct. 16th 5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17th 10:00 a.m.- 11:00 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18th: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. There are no pre-sales. All admissions are paid at the gate. Accepted payments for admission: cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover (convenience fees apply). ATMs are on site (services charges apply).
Adults (16 and older): Friday and Sunday - $5.00 (no re-admission) Saturday - $10.00 (re-admission allowed) Children (ages 6-15) Friday and Sunday - $5.00 (no re-admission) All day Saturday - $5.00 (re-admission allowed) Children ages 5 and under- FREE all weekend!
Wristbands for unlimited rides Friday 5-11 pm $20 Saturday 10 am-4 pm $17 4-11pm $20 All day 10 am - 11 pm $30 Sunday- 11 am - 5 pm $20 Individual tickets for rides may also be purchased, prices vary by ride.
Varies, menus and prices are posted by each food vendor.
ARTS & CRAFTS
Varies by vendor
There is NO on-site park parking. There is complimentary parking and shuttle service to the park. Look for event parking signs. Shuttle buses will pick-up in each of the designated festival parking lots and shuttles will run throughout the festival hours. If you have a government issued handicapped sticker/tag police officers will direct you to handicap parking areas. Handicap parking is limited and is available on a first-come, first serve basis and fills-up quickly so plan accordingly. Do not park in non-festival designated lots during the festival. You may be towed.
No Pets No Coolers No Video/Audio Recording anyone caught in possession of such equipment will be excluded from the park and all recording/camera devices will be confiscated No Gun or weapons Police dogs are in use for the protection of festival goers and vendors. They are friendly, however, and will alert on drug contraband, munitions or explosives All vehicles, cargo, bags, boxes, totes, purses, etc. subject to search Anyone who fails to abide by festival rules and regulations may result in expulsion from the festival.