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The 66th Sun Fun Festival

Sun Fun returns to Plyler Park May 6 – 8, 2022!

2019 Highlights

Events and Entertainment

The Tonez

Friday, May 6 at 7 p.m.

The Tonez are an 8-piece band dedicated to keeping crowds on their feet dancing and enjoying live music. With a growing mix of Oldies, Motown, Rock & Roll, Country, Funk, R&B, and Beach music, The Tonez are flexible to make each show fit any situation.
A Cammy Award Winning Group with a high-powered horn section, the Tonez feature seven vocalists, and every note of every performance is totally live – no recorded tracks.

US Army Golden Knights

Friday, May 6 at 9 p.m. &

Saturday May 7 at Noon and 4 p.m.

The US Army Golden Knights Parachute Team will be performing all weekend! Don’t miss the Friday night pyro jump, and the two performances on Saturday. They will land on the beach in front of Plyler Park.

Sun Fun Parade

Saturday, May 7 at 10 a.m.

Come watch the Sun Fun Parade as it travels from 8th Avenue North to 16th Avenue North on Ocean Boulevard!

The Sun Fun Parade is FREE to enter! Fill out the entry form here and email it to parade@sunfunmb.com, or fax it to 843.448.9236.

Too Much Sylvia

Saturday, May 7 at 7 p.m.

2021 is Too Much Sylvia’s 30th year!

Since April 6, 1991, they’ve played over 3200 shows, mostly in the Carolina’s, with occasional stops in DC, VA, WV, FL, TN, GA, and the Caribbean.
The wide variety of songs and personalities, entertain the young and old and are what their friends and fans have come to expect at a show.

Swingin' Medallions

Sunday, May 8 at 7 p.m.

The Swingin’ Medallions have been based out of the Greenwood South Carolina area, since the early 1960’s. The music most often associated with the band is beach music, frat rock, R&B, or shaggin’ music. Their hit song “Double Shot (of my Baby’s Love) became a million seller in 1966, and has been a party classic for college students for decades.

The members of the Swingin’ Medallions have changed over the past thirty years, but the high energy party style stage performance of the first Medallions has been passed down to the band that performs today.

 

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