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DATES : May 22-25th, 2009
AGE RESTRICTION : Adults only. 21 or better to enter
LOCATION : Sandy Hook, MS
ENTRY FEES : $35 weekend pass, $20 Sunday only. RV spots are available but sell out early. Primitive camper fees $25, primitive tent camping fee $20 for the entire event. $20 surcharge for golf carts, mules & four wheelers.
ADULTS ONLY CONTESTS : Ladies thong contest, wet t shirt contest, bikini contest, clothing optional slip'n slide, bubble bath wrestling
THINGS TO DO : Saturday morning poker run, Saturday & Sunday afternoon biker games, bike show, free mechanical bull rides, Sunday AM services courtesy of CMA,
LIVE BANDS : Rebel Yell, JJ Muggler, Hippie Smith
visit their offical web site www.memorialdaybikerparty.com
or see check out their Labor Day Party at www.labordaybikerparty.com
Wow. That was one great party. It's always nice to see a good party take off... and this show is on it's way to rocket stardom!|
Great location, lot's of open spaces for RV's and some shaded areas for tent camping. Good sized covered stage facing a couple of dozen vendors, permanent bathrooms and a few porta potties scattered throughout the site. They've even got free hot showers in a his & her's buildings located to either side of the stage. All in all a very nice setup.
These people put on one great show. Biker rodeo games both Saturday and Sunday afternoons, a bike show, a poker run, a clothing optional slip'n slide, free mechanical bull rides all weekend long and live bands and wild contests nightly... what more could you ask for?
For years on end I would go to the Gulfport Memoriday day blowout, but I've found a new home now.
Everyone is welcome at this show. Motorcycles, four wheelers, campers & tents. They don't care. It's all about the party. Nudity is permitted and even encouraged. Clothing optional is the name of the game here, no kids are even allowed within a thousand feet of their front gate. And for the first time ever they had a body painter out there doing his thing.
Everybody at this show was really cool and it had a great ''feel'' to it. Even just walking through the campgrounds people would holler at you and offer you a drink, a bite of home cooked food, a chit chat, a titty flash or sip from their personal stash. It's just one of those parties. I've said it before and I'll say it again, NOBODY parties like Cajuns!
These guys have another party coming up Labor Day weekend, DON'T MISS IT! I know I'll be there.
Bob rates this party a 8/10 beer cans