BEACHSTOCK 2021, The Planet’s Biggest Beach Party, returns to the Margate Beach Saturday, June 26, 8am-10p. (on the beach between Granville & Huntington Aves) Rain date is June 27th. Mouthwatering food, unique handmade crafts and featured retailers and sponsors will all be a part of this year’s event. Children’s activities, live music, Air Circus single line and stunt kite demos and lessons, volleyball, South Pacific Island Dancers, beach nature walk, special characters all capped off by an evening movie, bonfire on the beach and a performance by British Invasion.
The activities take place on the beach between Huntington and Granville Avenues with food and beverages set up in the parking lot of the Martin Bloom Pavilion. Featured this year will be the Margate Cornhole League Tournament where teams can compete to win prizes. Plus, family fun recreational play. Spectators and guests can watch the tournament from the Colmar Home Center Chill Zone, featuring comfy furniture and refreshments.
A major feature of this years event is the non stop entertainment on the 100.7 WZXL main stage. The musical line up opens with the ever popular local rock and pop cover band Either Way followed by the “get up & get ready to dance party rock and pop classic sensation”, Mas Tequila Orchestra. Headlining the evening performance will be the renown tribute band The British Invasion Experience playing favorites from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Zombies and more. The excitement continues with a day and evening Samoan fire knife dance performance by South Pacific Island Dancers. Children and adults can learn to limbo and hula with professional Polynesian dancers and enjoy Tahitian drums.
The day includes: Volleyball competitions, crafters, vendors, local retailers, sand sculpting lessons with Matthew Deibert, Margate City Fire Department Cool Blast, Kid’s Treasure Hunt, characters, a beer and wine garden and bonfire at dusk with a family movie. The 95.1 WAYV kid’s stage features a full schedule of activities as well! No beach tags are required for the event
ALL LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL HEALTH DIRECTIVES AND CDC GUIDELINES REGARDING COVID-19 WILL BE FOLLOWED. EVENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE OR CANCELLATION.
Festival goers can enjoy complimentary jitney shuttle service running 10am-10pm along Atlantic Avenue between Coolidge and Fredericksburg avenues and the Eugene A. Tighe School. Beachstock is organized by the MBA a 501 (C) 3 organization in partnership with Margate City, 100.7 WZXL, 95.1 WAYV. Rain date is Sunday, June 27 A portion of the proceeds benefits the MBA.