Wild Caught begins Friday evening, July 10 with musical performances. Music all day Saturday July 11 and an afternoon charcoal mullet plate. Promotes local seafood, produce, and arts. Primitive camping available.
Fundraiser for Pam Morgan, Unknown Tongues play at 4pm.
FREE Concert! 7-8pm. Get there early because the parking lot fills up fast!
Unknown Tongues takes the stage at 3pm, warming you up for the children's King and Queen March and a Zydeco dance throw-down!
First ever Rice Festival (across the Cape Fear from Wilmington), sponsored by Cheerwine. That says it all - be there!!
Sounds Like: Donna the Buffalo, Carolina Gator Gumbo
Label: Accidental Productions
Bio: Unknown Tongues is a Cajun-Zydeco driven band with a Carolina Twist. They've been together for 22 years, playing dances, festivals, and parties in North Carolina and beyond. They hail from the marshes of North Carolina, and sponsor the Gloucester Mardi Gras each February and the new Wild Caught L...See Full Bio
“If you go to Clifftop or Mt. Airy then you have seen or at least heard Bryan and Barbara Blake and their outrageous inappropriate kickass wailing joyous band, Unknown Tongues. Yes, they are the folks in the gypsy wagon with the huge yellow tarp covering the whole thing and the bottomless cauldron of incredible gumbo always with one more bowl at 3 AM, even if it’s a cold rainy Saturday night. Yes, they enter the band contest and get on stage with an accordion and a rubboard and some fiddles and guitars and a triangle and a second accordion and maybe even a @#!drum#!?! Oh how could they, and the judges shake their poor heads or grin and the crowd just loves them, and they get their $10 back and go back to the gumbo and fun. You know who they are. So they’ve made this really good CD now... ”