BRIGANTINE — It’s finally here — what the pirates of Brigantine have been waiting for, the Pirate Art Festival!

Visitors can stroll along the seawall gazing at the beautiful art work of more than 40 artists. The free event incudes live music by musicians Adam Holcombe and Paul Gliatto.

Pirates will be walking the seawall handing out goodies.

Face painting will be available for the young and young-at-heart. The party starts at 3 p.m. and goes on until 8 p.m.

The Pirate’s Den restaurant is planning several pirate-themed activities for pirates both young and old to enjoy.

What started out four years ago as a small community art event with local Brigantine artists has become an annual event attracting artists from all over South Jersey and beyond. The fourth annual Brigantine Art Walk includes paintings, sculpture, photographs, prints, ceramics, glass works & authors.

The Brigantine Art Walk will hold two additional events, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 10 and Aug. 31 at the city ball field on Brigantine Avenue between 24th and 26th.

The Art Walk is open to visual artists, fine craft artisans and musicians. Applications are available by email at or messaging the group's Facebook page “Brigantine Art Walk”.

Sponsors include Pirates Den, The Cove, The Cellar 32, Island Items, WOLF Fitness Brigantine, Connie Pyatt Photography, Dream Trader Jewelry, JCS Accounting Solutions LLC, Beach Angel Photography, International Glass Works LLC, annEclectics, Andrea Ball, Murray & Becker LLC, The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University, Crackleberry Designs & Art in Motion of Southern Jersey, Nextek Solar Energy Management and Mainstay Made.

Those interested in participating at the fourth annual Brigantine Art Walk contact the group at

The Brigantine Art Walk is a community of artists dedicated to supporting the arts by providing local artists exposure to the residents and visitors to Brigantine.

Visit the group on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter.

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