PORT ANGELES, Wash. -

Organizers of this weekend's annual Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival at Port Angeles expect to serve visitors more than four tons of local crab.

The crab feed is held in a tent in a downtown parking lot. Local restaurants offer booths with additional dishes, including a raw oyster bar.

The Peninsula Daily News reports the festival includes music, art and cooking demonstrations.

The festival celebrates the crabs that were first commercially caught in Dungeness Bay.