Pirate Fest 2020 has been cancelled
We hope to see you at Pirate Fest 2021

In place of the 2020 Pirate Fest, we will host a “Pirate Night” with a concert and movie!  The date will be Friday, September 18 from 6-10 PM. Reservations will be required and information will be soon shared on this website and social media on how to register. 

Arr ya wantin’ to be King of the Pirates?



Pirates Ball


Friday, September 20th | 5:30pm – 10:00pm

Now we be offerin’ FREE ENTRY fer all ye’ scurvey pirates!  (Pay for dinner and drink on site)

Ahoy Matey’s!  Ye consider yerself a scurvy pirate?  Well this event is for you!  Join us at Pirate Ball, in your Captain Attire (or Pirate best) and there will be food vendors to choose from that evening plus there will be plenty of grog – beer, rum and mead available fer all!

The Pirate Ball will include music on the Main Stage, opening of the mermaid stage, a bardic circle, sword fighting, a dinner, a walk-around treasure map contest, crowning of the “Pirate King”, and wonderful drinks.

This will be a social engagement for our pirates and costumes will be encouraged (if not expected).  See information below on costume information.

Pirate Fest


Saturday, September 21st | 11:00am – 6:00pm

FREE entry with entertainment, food, vendors, and the cardboard regatta!on site)

The Pirate Festival is for kids, families and individuals.

It is free entry and will include food and booth vendors plus all of the yummy pirate drinks (rum, mead, and beer) a pirate ship, a new mermaid stage plus the new compass stage plus crafts and vendors, activities including bounce houses, a historical reenactment section, sword fighting and archery demonstrations and more.

We will also have the Cardboard Boat Regatta with races starting at 1:00 PM. Pirates can gather with their boat made from cardboard, duct tape and paint to sail across Webster Lake for a chance at a prize.

Be sure to play the part by dressing up for the event!

Costumes are encouraged on both Friday night and Saturday and there will be a costume contest each day. Friday night will focus on a more formal Pirate Attire (think boat captain) and Saturday will be more casual pirate attire.

The Costume Contest on Friday night will focus on the more fancy dress clothes worn to the Ball. On Saturday we will have a costume contest for the adults who dress up as well as a second division for the kids who wear pirate garb.

The Northglenn Pirate Fest is an event by the City of Northglenn

Northglenn Pirate Fest


Build a “pirate ship” and set it to sail, er, … paddle across Webster Lake


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