Join us as Galveston’s Historic Downtown Strand District is transformed into a melting pot of flavors! From award-winning cookers to backyard roux roughnecks you will want to get in early to try them all.
How It Works –Teams lining the Historical Strand District will dish out a sample of Shrimp Gumbo to festival attendees who have purchased an official Gumbo Stroll-Tasting Cup. Walk around and try countless samples for the 4-hour span, enjoy the live music & cold refreshments.
You will redeem your tickets for your cup at the Will Call area inside the Information Booth at 23rd & Strand. Will Call will open at 11am on Saturday, 9/28/2019. You can either print off your tickets and bring them to the festival, or just pull up the tickets on your cell phone to be scanned.
While tasting the teams’ gumbo be sure to vote on Best Team Showmanship! Don’t forget to turn your showmanship ballots back into the Main Info Booth! Note: Main Info Booth is located at Saengerfest Park at the corner of 23rd and Strand.
$14.00 <250 cups
Price Day of $17.00.
Want Shrimp, but don’t want to do the Gumbo Stroll?
NEW this year! Purchase our Shrimp Dinner and Beer Combo that includes: a plate of fried shrimp, a cup of shrimp gumbo and one 16oz beer! Must be 21 years or older to purchase. Redeem in Saengerfest Park at 23rd & Strand. September 28, 2019, 12-4 pm. ***This ticket option does NOT include the Gumbo Stroll.
Entertainment in Saengerfest Park @ 1:00 pm
“Four modern-day cowboy crooners from Houston are paving their way in the Texas country music scene. In and out of honky-tonks from Oklahoma City to San Antone, the Chad Cooke Band brings their unfiltered version of Texas Country Music to whiskey-drinkin’, two-steppin’, rowdy fans, one night at a time. “
The 2019 Galveston Island Shrimp Festival Gumbo Stroll is presented by:
Unforeseen circumstances beyond Yaga’s Entertainment, Inc. control will not be grounds for a refund, including but not limited to the following: local or national weather conditions and natural disasters, waiting in lines, family and medical emergencies’