Live Music at the Pirates Tavern
|Fri 2||Larrikin (classic rock and blues)|
|Sun 4||NOT OPEN (Eid Festival, Seaworks)|
|Fri 9||Buzz Me Berkeley (hits from 50s to today)|
|Sun 11||Step Back (to be confirmed)|
|Fri 16||Robyn & The Rancheros (honkytonk, rockabilly)|
|Sun 18||Threez a Crowd|
|Fri 23||Hey Gringo (covers band)|
|Sun 25||NO MUSIC (Wine Festival, Seaworks)|
|Fri 30||The Locals|
NOTE: Tavern is CLOSED Sat/Sun 3rd & 4th October
Don’t forget Food Truck Fridays in the Seaworks Big Shed EVERY Friday night until further notice. Usually 5-6 vans are in attendance from 5 – 9pm. Come early to avoid queues. After you order, come into the Tavern to enjoy our warm fire & a drink, then pick up your food and bring it back into the Tavern.
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.
Please visit the Tavern and learn more about our dreams for a world-class maritime precinct. Help the cause by joining the Association, via the membership link or by visiting the Tavern. The Seaworks Foundation was initiated by the WMA to oversee management and development of the site. WMA works closely with the Foundation, with the maritime precinct as a priority.