Journey to the heart of Pirate Nation and drop anchor for a weekend of piratical fun. The Greenville-Pitt County Convention & Visitors Bureau is giving away a two-night stay for two at The Music House in Uptown Greenville April 17-18, 2020. Discover PirateFest, Greenville’s signature two-day festival celebrating eastern North Carolina’s pirate culture with art, grub, grog, outdoor music, roving pirates, and more. Experience East Carolina University’s Pigskin Pig Out and Spring Game. Explore the scenic Tar River on a private, guided paddle trip. Enjoy meals at popular local eateries and barbecue joints, drinks at breweries and coffeehouses, and more.

Package Includes:  

  • Two-night stay April 17 & 18 at The Music House
  • Breakfast for two at The Scullery Coffee House & Creamery
  • Dinner for two at Dickinson Avenue Public House
  • Dinner for two at Sam Jones BBQ
  • Drinks at Uptown Brewing Company
  • Coffee at Blackbeard Coffee Roasters
  • A guided kayak trip for two with Knee Deep Adventures

Greenville is a flourishing city in the heart of Pitt County, located along the beautiful Tar River in Eastern North Carolina’s Inner Banks, approximately 85 miles east of the state capital of Raleigh and 87 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean. Greenville boasts a growing university-medical community and is home to East Carolina University and Vidant Medical Center. Our thriving Uptown Greenville District has its own diverse art, music, food, and festival scene featuring an increasing number of unique, locally owned businesses, galleries, shops, restaurants, and breweries. Our surrounding Pitt County towns offer Southern charm and a slower pace, with legendary barbecue restaurants and breweries, pick-your-own berry farms, creameries, local cafés, and more. No matter where you find yourself in Greenville-Pitt County you are sure to find yourself in good company. For more information about Greenville-Pitt County, please visit, and stay connected by liking us on Facebook, and following us on Twitter and Instagram.

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