Experience a real taste of the Salt Life at the Second Annual Native Sons Salt Games in downtown Myrtle Beach.
The two-day event gives visitors the chance to live like a local by competing in a wide range of water sports, beach games, fitness expos and hot-dog eating contests.
Saturday and Sunday, May 30-31, at the beach access near Plyler Park, the Salt Games attracts both athletes and spectators to take part in the festivities. Large crowds watch the competitions and enjoy a fun day in the sun, sand and surf in the downtown district. Get wet, sandy and sweaty or sit on the sidelines and take in all the action.
Sporting events include surfing, skateboarding, beach volleyball, paddleboarding, a 5K and kids run, beach wrestling and lifeguard games. Exercise challenges feature CrossFit UpDog, Yoga and Hula Hoop. More leisurely activities include a bikini contest, cornhole tournament, and hot dog and ice cream eating contests.photo credit: Myrtle Beach Condo Rentals
The Salt Games also offers two days of great entertainment, with Live music on the main stage all day Sunday. Headline act Emerson Hart, the frontman for the multi-platinum rock band Tonic, will close the show. Opening bands Treehouse and Oceans Orange get the show started at 2 p.m.
All events are free and open to the public but participants must pay a small registration fee. For more information or to sign up for an event, visit www.thesaltgames.com.
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