Life’s A Beach at the Texas Sandfest
Come out for a weekend of family fun on the beach at this year’s Texas SandFest! The Texas Sand Sculpture Festival, one of Texas’ largest beach festivals, returns to the beach of Port Aransas on Mustang Island this week. Along with spectacular sand sculptures, there will also be unique “island-style” jewelry, art, crafts, sand sculpting lessons, food and live music.
The Sand Sculptures are a Work of Art
This invitational competition attracts world-class sculptors from all over the globe. Their incredible creations will be on display throughout the weekend. Think you have what it takes? Join the fun and compete in the amateur sand art competition on Saturday, April 25th from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Enjoy Live Music at SandFest
You can also sit back and relax while listening to the full line-up of rocking bands. Performers include: Raeanne and the Ride, Hot Pickles and The Hey Hey’s.
This 3-day event starts Friday, April 24 at noon and runs through Saturday, April 26th. The event is free for children under 12 and full-time Port Aransas residents. Tickets for adults are $5.
And it’s All for A Great Cause
The Texas SandFest gives back to the community by raising funds for local charities and scholarships for high school students. In 2014, the festival gave more than $80,000 back to the community!
Port Aransas is a Great Place to Vacation
Are you considering buying a home in Port Aransas? Spend your summers or your entire year on the beautiful beaches and take advantage of the variety of community events. Contact me today so I can help you find your dream second home or full time residence in Port Aransas. Let me know what you’re looking for, and I can assist you in finding the property that fits your needs and budget.
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See you at Sandfest!
Until Next Time,
Captain Larry Hall