RFL: Join Sail4Life in a special July 4th celebration!

The Fastnet Rock Lighthouse, blake Sea Crow's Nest, will form a fitting backdop to the July 4th Sail4Life event
The Fastnet Rock Lighthouse, Blake Sea Crow’s Nest, will form a fitting backdrop to the July 4th Sail4Life event

Saturday, July 4th is a special day for the United States, and Sail4Life plan to celebrate it in a special way – and are giving an open invitation to anyone to join them in doing so.

Blast In the Blake is a day of music, celebration and dance that’s being organised and hosted by the Sail4Life team. The event will take place on a special stage, complete with mooring areas for boats (and even helipads for flying in guests, I understand!), which will rise from the seas at Blake Sea – Haggerty especially for the event.

Things will kick-off at 11:00 on Saturday, July 4th, and run through until around 16:30, with the schedule (at the time of writing) reading thus – all times SLT:

  • 11:00 – 13:00: DJ G Winz
  • 13:00  -14:00:  Satin & Erin, live music
  • 14:00 – 16:00: DJ Barry
  • 16:00 – 16:30: fireworks.

Those wishing to attended are invited to teleport in, or to sail over and moor alongside. All donations received through the event will go directly to Relay For Life of Second Life.

So, why not don your beachwear and slip on your shades on Saturday, then hop or sail on over for a Blast on the Blake, and support RFL of SL with Sail$Life whilst celebrating July 4th?

Note the SLurl in this article will not be valid until the event itself – so be prepared to make a splash if you use it beforehand! 🙂

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