Announcing Bounty by the Bay

Eureka Main Street is excited to announce the inaugural Bounty by the Bay Festival, a two day event, set for the last weekend in May. Bounty by the Bay is designed to showcase all that we have to offer here on Humboldt Bay.

Bounty by the Bay kicks off Friday, May 18th from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.with a Pirate Pub Crawl throughout Old Town and Downtown bars and restaurants, featuring tasty dishes and cocktails.  In addition, the Eureka Visitor Center will also be hosting its first Friday Night Market on E Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets. The Friday Night Market will include: a small farmers market, arts and crafts vendors and live music. 
Pirate Pub Crawl Application (Businesses only)

Saturday, May 19th starts off at 10a.m. at Madaket Plaza with the Bounty Run (5k) along the new Humboldt Bay Trail. Pirate Run Registration Form

The Bounty by the Bay Festival will immediately follow the fun run, and will be located from Madaket Plaza (foot of C Street) along the boardwalk to Coast Guard Plaza (foot of F Street) featuring two stages with local bands, a variety of delectable food, arts and crafts vendors, local beer and wine, speeder car rides, demonstrations, entertainment and family-friendly activities.
Bounty By the Bay Festival Vendor Application        
         Fire regulations for the festival 

The growth potential for this event is excellent, with limited similar events between San Francisco and Portland, especially right on the bay where people can watch fresh harvests as they are off loaded and processed. In 2019, we plan to partner with Redwood Coast Music Festival and make Downtown and Old Town vibrant with music and activities. We are confident that the event will expand creating an annual festival that will entice people from the Central Valley, Bay Area, and Medford/Grants Pass areas.

This event is presented by the Eureka Main Street, City of Eureka, the Greater Eureka Chamber of Commerce, Humboldt Made, Eureka Visitor Center, Flagship Sounds, Timber Heritage Association and the Clarke Historical Museum.

Join in the fun by becoming a sponsor, enlisting your business as part of Bounty by the Bay, participating as a vendor at the festival or any combination thereof. Humboldt County has so much to offer and we are excited to celebrate all of its bounty!
For more information, contact Eureka Main Street at (707) 442-9054.


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