Get ready If you enjoy wings, music, drinks, and more you will be happy to know that next month the 2nd annual Seacoast Wing Festival is happening. The festival will occur on Saturday, June 25th from 12 pm to 6 pm at the Raitt Homestead Farm Museum.

What is Included in Admission:

If you are wondering what to expect, I have you covered. The 2nd annual Seacoast Wing Festival will be a day filled with wings, drinks (beer, cider, and cocktails), local vendors, live music, and eating contests. That's right, there will be a wing eating contest, sponsored by Wing-Itz, that you are able to enter for free with the purchase of an event ticket.

Purchase and eat as many wings as you want (there will be gluten-free options as well) because there will be many local food trucks and restaurants competing for the title of "Best Wing", which will only be decided by your votes.

If you are wondering what music you would hear while attending the 2nd annual Seacoast Wing Festival, you will be happy to know that a music lineup has been released. From 12 pm to 2 pm Cold Chocolate will be performing and from 2 pm to 5 pm Muddy Ruckus will be taking the stage.

There will also be children's activities available to entertain any young ones.

Things to Note: 

  • The event will occur rain or shine
  • There will be no refunds on purchased tickets
  • No pets are allowed
  • No weapons are allowed
  • No coolers or large bags are allowed
  • No outside food or drink permitted

Admission Costs:

You can purchase tickets in advance for $15 or a 4-pack of tickets for only $45. If you wait to purchase tickets at the gate, you will be paying a little bit more, $20 per person. All children ages 12 and younger are free to attend the festival.

It is important to note that if you wait to get your ticket at the gate, you will only be able to pay in cash. If you want to use a card to purchase a ticket, you will want to order in advance online here.

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