MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Native Sons is presenting a fun day-long festival called the Salt Games that will intrigue tourists and locals alike, benefiting the Surfrider Foundation.
On Sunday, July 21 the Salt Games will be held from 9 a.m. until 11 p.m. in Pyler Park and on the beach, in front of the Boardwalk.
The festival's free events will run simultaneously during the day, ranging from family fun to serious competition. The Native Sons say to expect a "beach festival" atmosphere, topped off by an evening of live music and entertainment, which is all free.
The events in the Salt Games include:
- Lifeguard Games
- Hawaiian Fire Dancers
- Paddleboard Races
- Kids' Dolphin Run
- Bikini Contest
- Face Painting
- Two-man pro volleyball
- Beach Yoga
- Live music from Jah Creation and Ten Toes Up
- A "Salt Shaker" contest
- Beach Fit Challenge
- Sea Salt Margarita Challenge
- Yoga sit-in
- Crossfit Up Dog by Core Fitness
For more information, visit www.thesaltgames.com. Proceeds benefit the Surfrider Foundation.