Oysterfest 2016 DATES FEBRUARY 27th & 28th


STEAMHOUSE LOUNGE OYSTERFEST...is back for its 28th year and will be bigger and better than ever!

Days Date Time Purchase
Day 1 - Saturday Feb 27th 11AM – 7pm Saturday
Day 2 - Sunday Feb 28th 12PM – 6pm Sunday

RAIN or SHINE. 21 & over ONLY.


Saturday, February 27

11:30am: Ian Campbell & the Recruits

12:50am: Halem Albright Band

2:15pm: Dynomite

3:45pm: Chico the Bear

5:30pm: Cigar Store Indians

Sunday, February 28

12:30pm: Cody Marlowe & The Dead Flowers

1:45pm: Sam Burchfield

3:00pm: Western Sizzlers

4:30pm: Randall Bramlett


-          The Biggest Party of the Spring! Fresh roasted oysters, ice cold Budweiser and live local bands.   

-          2-day Advance Tickets for the Price of 1 Day!  Purchase a 2-day ticket in advance and pay only the price of a Saturday ticket - $20!  That’s 2 days of sunsoaking, live music and fresh seafood from the Louisiana Gulf Coast.  But if you can’t make it on Saturday, you don’t have to miss the show…we’ll have $10 tickets available for Sunday-only.

-          EXPRESS ENTRY LANES FOR TICKET HOLDERS!  Buying advance tickets does have its advantage!  Print your ticket at home and enter the event in our guaranteed admission, express-entry lines at each gate.   More gate staff and security personnel than ever will be positioned to get you in fast!  Day of show tickets might be more expensive…and will definitely take longer to get in.  Do the smart thing…Buy Now!

-          OYSTER BUCKETS…and we mean heaping BUCKETS of delicious, fresh roasted oysters are available.   You couldn’t get prices like this if you were buying them fresh off the boat!  And of course, don’t forget Steamhouse’s legendary lobster bisque! Sister restaurants Fontaine’s Oyster House, Highland Tap and Vickery’s Glenwood Park will be on site as well serving up more local favorites!

-          COLD BUDWEISER BEER, Bud Light & Bud

-          Support a great cause! A portion of proceeds will support POSITIVE IMPACT & FAMILIES FIRST.

-          Be responsible folks. Take MARTA to the 10th Street Midtown Station!