The Navarre Beach Sand Sculpting Festival is back with more soft-pack sculptors, bigger competitions and more family fun.
Navarre Beach is home to one of only ten National Seashores, and when the world's best sculptors begin performing, those pure white sands rise up into works of pure art. This year's centerpiece will be a 60-ton exhibit sculpture created by ten of the world's top sculptors.
A big trend coming to this year's event is "Quick Sand," an audience-participation event in which sculptors go head-to-head for a ten-minute competition and advance to further championship rounds based on audience applause.
Other attractions/events include:
• Opportunity to meet all of the Master Sculptors
• Sand sculpting demonstrations/lessons daily
• Amateur contest for individuals and teams (register now due to limited availability)
The festival begins Friday, September 28 and the shows continue through Sunday, September 30
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