Make plans now to attend the 'Cannon Ball' rum fest and pirate show on Saturday at the Shreveport Aquarium.

The fun begins at 7 pm and will conclude at 11 pm. Please keep in mind this is an adult-themed party and only those 21 and over will be admitted. Here is what the Shreveport Aquarium had to say about this great event:

Join Captain Nicolas Graybeard the Loud and his bawdy pirate crew for an evening of drink-a-longs, sing-a-longs, swashbuckling performances, games, costumes contests and more! Wear yer finest pirate garb and accoutrements!

All participants will be grouped together to compete in the games that will be featured that night. There will also be some pirate-inspired food. From grog to the specialty shots and cocktails will be available for purchase. Everyone attending this event will be sure to have a great time.

Tickets for this weekend of pirate fun are only $25 and include a small tour of the aquarium before the festivities kick off at 7 PM. The party will take place in the new courtyard that has some awesome river views.

If you would like to see more about the Shreveport Aquarium be sure to check out my story from last month. It includes photos of all of the attractions and more details about when the aquarium is open for the whole family.

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