Tualatin Crawfish Festival

Tualatin Crawfish Festival

The annual Tualatin Crawfish Festival in Tualatin, Oregon, gets its crawfish straight from Oregon’s Lake Billy Chinook and Pacific Seafood. Make like a kid and eat these crustaceans with your hands — hot, cold, jambalay, gumbo, hushpuppy or crawfish cocktail. (If you ask for utensils they’ll think you’re joking.)

The Crawfish Festival offers free admission of Friday to kick off festivities at the Tualatin Commons. On Friday, you can also get sample size crawfish dishes for a small fee. Saturday and Sunday admission is $4 for adults, $2 for children.

The Crawfish Festival kicks off with a Chef’s Mystery Box Cook-Off and an all new Food Cart Friday. Friday Admission to the Lake at the Commons is free. You can dance and listen to live music. Both days offer great family entertainment as well as the new Corks and Keg’s area which will allow guests to taste Oregon Micro Brews and Wines.

WHAT: The 2015 Tualatin Crawfish Festival offers free admission on Friday. Saturday and Sunday admission is $4 for adults and $2 for children at the event.

WHEN: Every year in July and August.

WHERE: Tualatin Commons 8325 SW Nyberg St, Tualatin, Oregon 97062.

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  1. Kitty Collins/Luke Moore says

    We are the Mellow Tones, a singing duo. We entertain all over Portland at assisted living facilities. We have been in festivals all over; Gladstone, Lake Oswego, and Tualatin. We would love to entertain, and will do it for tips if necessary. You can read more about us on elderaudience.com. Please get back to us and tell us what we need to do to perform. Thank you.

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