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Houston Is Hosting A Crab Festival This December With All-You-Can-Eat Seafood

By Parker Diakite

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This December, the city of Houston is offering more than just warm weather.

Seafood lovers get ready. The largest city in Texas is getting a massive crab fest where you can all the seafood you want.

Hosted by the Victory Cup, the Crab Festival will feature local bands, artist vendors, festival activities, and a Texas twist on all-things seafood.

And it’s not just seafood, the is reporting that there will also be Texas-style ribs.

Here’s What You Need To Know

Organizers said there will not be tickets sold on the day of the event.

“We have capped this event and will be shutting down sales when we reach our limit,” a description reads.

Tickets will cost $15 for General Admission and $85 for a VIP ticket.

The VIP ticket gets access to the VIP areas, two pounds of crabs, unlimited oysters, clams, or mussels, and all-you-can-drink beverages.

Both tickets will get you in the door both days, however, you can only exercise the all-you-can-eat portion for one of the festival days.

For $35 extra, you can even add Maine lobster onto your ticket.

The event starts on Dec. 13 until Dec. 14 and opens for all at 4 pm on Friday until midnight. The event will reopen on Saturday at 7 am and again go until close.

VIP areas for food service will open on Saturday at 11 am and go until 4 pm.

Another thing to remember is that food has to be pre-ordered and not purchased on a whim.

For more information and to purchase your tickets, click here.

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