[ATL] Team Wench's Privateer Feast

Team Wench will hold its eleventh annual Privateer Feast on Saturday, February 25, 2012 from 6:00 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. at the Earleigh Heights VFC in Severna Park, Maryland.

Get your Early Bird tickets before Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. Be sure not to miss the event of the winter!

  • Our Master of Ceremonies and a stage full of entertainment will be on hand to keep the evening eventful.
  • We'll have scores of wonderful new items in our infamous raffle for charity
  • This year's menu will include old favorites as well as new additions.
  • The grog will flow freely again this year.
  • Stop by the Breast Cancer Awareness area to see the ways your generosity makes a difference.


We've been scammed again! Diego Natividad de la Estafa (a.k.a. Dinty the Moor) is back to keep the evening running smoothly as our Master of Ceremonies.
Since 1986, The Pyrates Royale has set the standard for singing pirate acts throughout the United States. This award-winning group combines music, comedy and a dash of history in a way that is often imitated but never matched. The group's fifth recording "Black Jack" earned a Best New CD title from the Renaissance Festival Podcast and the Pyrates Royale has been nominated for multiple "Wammie" awards by the Washington Area Music Association. The band has built an incredibly loyal following by connecting with audiences through the magic of music, laughter, and storytelling.
This talented trio brings the lady's point of view on the mythical and marvelous alike. The Surly Mermaids are multi-instrumentalists, and each band member has a diverse musical background that contributes to a unique and distinctive sound. The band's style and preferences flow from a combination of classical, contemporary, celtic, maritime, renaissance and acapella music. Whether Celtic or seafaring, ancient or modern, vocal or instrumental, the Surly Mermaids will add harmony and spice!

Scales and Crosstones, is a young pirate band that specializes in sea shanties, Celtic, and folk music. They got their start in 2007 when they sang for the queen at the 2007 Pennsylvania Renaissance Festival and were commanded to come up with a name for themselves. Since then they have performed at venues such as the Virginal Renaissance Festival, and Piratz Tavern in Silver Spring MD. The band believes that music of the past can be enjoyed by the present generation. While keeping with tradition, their harmonies and rhythms shed new light on old songs.