THE PIRATES TAVERN
Unique, amazing, friendly, comfortable
Weddings – live music – dancing – kids’ days – pirates – sailing ships – car shows – sea views – cosy fires – food – coffee – meetings – beer – wine – celebrations!
|Fri 02||Larrikin (covers and rock)|
|Sun 04||The Original Mustang (50s/60s Rhythm & Blues)|
|Fri 09||None of your Business (best of 70s, 80s, 90s Rock)|
|Sun 11||Pym (Solo Sunday)|
|Fri 16||The Lonely Boys (Classic Rock Covers)|
|Sun 18||CLOSED DUE TO POWER WORKS BY JEMENA|
|Fri 23||The Long & Short of It (Country Music)|
|Sun 25||Greg Franklin (Solo)|
|Fri 30||Those Guys (classic pub rock)|
|Sun 02||CLOSED DUE TO EIDS FESTIVAL|
|Fri 07||Quarry Road (Blues/Soul)|
|Sun 09||Cadillac Drifters (Rock ‘n’ Roll)|
|Fri 14||Rattlincane (originals, covers, blues, rock)|
|Sun 16||Pearce Coleman (acoustic classics)|
|Fri 21||Robyn & the Rancheros (Honky Tonk R&R)|
New Pedestrian Gate
We now have a new side access gate for pedestrians in the Police Lane (runs alongside the big shed and the Police Station), and the two big main gates will no longer be open. The gate will be open during our usual hours. If you see the ‘Pirates Tavern Open’ signs on the footpath then the gate is still unlocked.
Welcome to the WMA
The Williamstown Maritime Association is a not-for-profit body set up in 2004 to establish a working maritime precinct, Seaworks, on the old Port of Melbourne Authority site in Melbourne’s historic port of Williamstown. The WMA established the famous Pirates Tavern in 2004 and has managed it ever since. The Seaworks Foundation was initiated by the WMA to oversee management and development of the site, and the WMA works closely with the Foundation.