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18th Annual International Sand Sculpting Festival Come to Revere Beach This Weekend Over a million people expected to attend the three-day event

REVERE, MA – July 14th, 2022 – In the weeks leading up to the 18th Annual International Sand Sculpting Festival, the Revere Beach Partnership is excited to announce the full schedule of the festival weekend. With this year’s theme being “Wonders of the World”, we are excited to have many of the event elements return in full after a modified year in 2021 including having master sand sculptors from all over the world create unbelievable works of art in sand. The 15 Master Sand Sculptors will be competing for $15,000 in total prizes with the competition beginning on Wednesday at 8am and going until Saturday during the festival weekend at 12pm. Learn more about the master sand sculptors here: https://www.internationalsandsculptingfestival.com/sculptors/

 

Both Friday and Saturday’s festival hours are 10am to 10pm hours while Sunday’s hours are 10am to 8pm. In addition to the sand sculptures, the event features live music throughout on the main stage, amusements for families, street performers, Food truck and food vendors and exhibitors. On Friday, July 22nd the Sunset Soiree at Mission Beach House will occur from 6pm to 9pm. All participants will enjoy refreshing drinks, delicious canapes, live music, and amazing views of Revere Beach while all proceeds will benefit the Revere Beach Partnership. Buy your tickets to this exclusive event here: https://rbissf.com/sunsetsoiree/ On Saturday, July 23rd, there at 6:00 PM there will be a speaking program and contest awards on the main stage. Later that night, one does not want to miss the Fireworks Extravaganza beginning at 9pm on Revere Beach.

 

For the full schedule of live entertainment, find out more on our website here: https://www.internationalsandsculptingfestival.com/schedule/

Saugus resident Deb Barrett-Cutulle worked on the Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival “Wonders of the World” main attraction on Monday. See pages _ for photos and this weekend’s festival schedules. (Advocate photo by Tara Vocino)

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