Beginning yesterday through Sunday, twenty events around the city…

Congratulations to Ralph O from Holmdel.  He won a pair of Sand Blast tickets Thursday evening, courtesy of TheBPlot and The Coaster!


Karioke @ Georgies Bar (map).  10 pm

Hey Early Birds! Come meet some of the friendliest and sexiest women on the Jersey Shore who regularly  Georgie’s on a Wednesday night for their popular and funny Karioke Dance Party.  Fifth Avenue in between Main Street and Memorial Drive.  No cover.


Xanadu by ReVision Theatre, 8 pm performances all weekend

ReVision is Asbury Park’s professional theater company and their newest musical production will be performed at The Carousel House (Asbury at Ocean Avenue).  Use Promo Code “Sand” for your discount tickets at

Cocktails before or after the show at Watermark (second floor of First Avenue Pavillion), the beachfront gathering spot right next to the theater.


Volleyball Exibition & Open Match,  11 am to 5 pm

Come watch our hottest players from all over NY, NJ and PA show off their stuff in an exhibition tournament for all the fans to cheer. Wanna join in the fun too?  All Sand Blast Weekend guests are welcome to join our volleyball clinic and open play hosted by Asbury Park Volleyball’s expert players. This is a great way to learn the sport and meet other hotties, while showing off your volleyball skills. Check out or visit us on Facebook for more details.  No charge.

Shipwrecked Kick-Off Party, 8 to 2 pm

Join more than a thousand guests in Asbury Park’s Convention Hall for the weekend’s most popular event: Lost At Sea. Start the night with cocktails on Convention Hall’s north, east and south balconies overlooking the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean and the beats of one of the east coast’s hottest DJs. The restored Grand Arcade is where you can have dinner as well with five participating boardwalk restaurants which will be serving festival style. You’ll find plenty of ocean view tables and seating around the entire Convention Hall for you to eat, drink and party all night long.  $10 cover.

Beats & Booze: 70’s Disco Party, 10 pm to 2 am

Dance and maybe bowl to the sounds of your favorite disco beats. Meet and drink with hundreds of others who’ve just arrived in town and are ready to party.  Drink specials all night long.  There are actually 12 lanes for bowling but lots of space for fun.  $10 cover.  $15 to get a Lane and bowl all night – shoes included.

Shipwrecked: The Afterparty, midnight to 2 am

Take a walk to Watermark at the south end of the boardwalk in the First Avenue Pavilion where the party continues with Shipwrecked! The After Party.  No cover.


Brunch & Shopping in downtown Asbury Park, 9 am to noon

Coffee, breakfast, antiques, art… A walk through our historic downtown is the perfect way to start the weekend.

Swan Boat Rides, 10 am till dark

After disappearing from the scene in the 1970’s this longtime favorite Asbury Park amusement on Wesley Lake is back and should be on your short list of things to do this weekend. The dock is on Lake Avenue by the footbridge between Asbury Park and the next town, historic Ocean Grove.  $18 for 30 minutes for up to four people.  Discounts available all weekend with pass.

Siren of the Sea: Woman’s pool party, 10 am to 5 pm

The gorgeous Hotel Tides (Seventh Avenue) is where the debut of our brand new Siren Of The Sea Pool Party will take place. Join the hottest women from up and down the east coast. Frosty drink specials and hot Go-Go Girls from the Jersey Shore for eye candy poolside all day.  As the sun starts to fade we cap off the afternoon with a live poolside performance by one of the best girl rockers on the east coast: Christine Martucci.  $10 cover in advance.  $15 at the door.

Ironball Charity Dodgeball Tournament, 10 am to 2 pm

For the third year in a row Ironball Games will bring this super fun, high energy activity to the Asbury Park beach and raise money for some great organizations on the Fourth Avenue beach. To be a part of a team with your friends or sponsor one of the teams visit or call 917-776-0714.

Yoga on the beach with Arthur & Phil, 10 am

Ease into your morning with a centering yoga practice, including asana (the physical postures), pranayama (breath/energy work) and a deep guided relaxation.  All levels are welcome.  Large beach towel recommended. Contact for more info.  $5 beach badge required.

Sand Blast Beach Party: The main event, Noon to 7 pm

Sand Blast beach party 2010

The biggest gay beach party for 100 miles. New Location: Sixth Avenue Beach and Aqua bar directly in front of The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel.  $50 in advance, $65 at the door.

Art Crawl, 6 to 9 pm

Head to Asbury’s Historic Downtown and check out the art and visiting six fantastic galleries. Start your Art Crawl at Parlor Gallery on Cookman Avenue, located a block east of Main Street and head toward the beach. Art Craw is FREE and open to the public.

Peek-A-Boo Revue, 8 pm (doors open) show starts at 9 pm

“Burlesque is the entertainment of the future… burlesque is performace art,” Lady Gaga told Howard Stern Monday morning.  This party starts when you and your friends hit the door of the retro-60s’ Asbury Lanes which transforms into a perfect performance space with a stage built across the lanes. Watch the girls from this Philly-based troupe show you how to take it off with style!  The Peek-A-Boo Revue is an adults-only pastiche of Singing, Dancing and Comedy all wrapped up in a sexy, hip-gyrating and eye-popping Burlesque Show. Celebrate the outrageous art of the female form as these knockout performers push boundaries and push buttons. $3 all bottle beers, house drinks and shots. Meet the cast after the show.  $18 at the door.

Gutter Ball, 11 to 2 pm

DJ Michael Formika Jones hits Asbury Lanes (209 Fourth Avenue) with all your favorite dance hits. Tonight is part sports bar, part dance party and all fun.  If you and your friends want to bowl $15 gets you shoes and a lane all night, but if you just want to party, you’re at the right spot. With music to lift you all night long by the “Godfather of Nightlife” Michael Formika Jones.  Come for the dancing, the hot men, and the $5 cosmos.  $10 cover.


Brunch and Shopping in Downtown Asbury Park, 9 am to noon.

Coffee, breakfast, antiques, art… A walk through our historic downtown is the perfect way to start the weekend. 

Women’s Jazz Brunch at McLoone’s, 10 am to 3 pm

Start your Sunday overlooking the crashing waves with exactly what you want from a brunch: Bloody Marys as strong as the coffee, no line. Information and Reservations: 732-774-1400.

Riptide Pool Party, 11 am to 6 pm

The 2010 debut of Sunday’s Riptide Pool Party took off like a rocket with well over 800 men splashing, dancing, drinking and cruising in the Berkeley Hotel’s pool. The return of the party is presented by and GRINDR and is the perfect way to dance under the sun and splash the day away. For a bit of eye-candy don’t miss our popular Sand Blast Swimsuit & Underwear Fashion Show right at the pool.  $15 advance, $20 at door.

Sand Blast Tea Dance, 6 pm to 10 pm

The hottest co-ed party of the weekend happens when both our gorgeous girls and our beautiful boys come out for a sizzling Sunday evening of great music and unity. Rise up and dance to all your favorite music by DJ Vito Fun and enjoy the company of friends new and old.  $5 cover.

For more info about Sand Blast Weekend, click here.  To purchase tickets for any events, click here.