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Galveston Historical Foundation
Galveston Island Beach Revue

Galveston Island Beach Revue

MAY 15 & 16, 2020
Galveston’s Official Kick-Off To Summer Returns!

Based on Island events from summer seasons past like the Pageant of Pulchritude and Splash Day, the Galveston Island Beach Revue was resurrected into a contemporary two-day, family-friendly event in 2009. The Galveston Island Beach Revue continues to grow each year through events, contestant participation, and attendance and is officially the City of Galveston’s “Kickoff to Summer” event.

The Revue features events Friday and Saturday culminating in the Bathing Beauties Contest. The contest itself has become a must-see event as locals and tourists of all ages swarm the beach and seawall for a glimpse at the vintage swimsuits, parasols, and of course the “world-famous” Bathing Beauties themselves.

GALVESTON ISLAND BEACH REVUE NEWS

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN!

30 contestants will be selected from applications! Don’t miss out on all the vintage fun, get your application in today.

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HOT ROD & CLASSIC CAR SHOW

Calling all vintage cars, trucks, and trailers! Register your vehicle today for an afternoon of vintage fun on Galveston Island!

REGISTER YOUR CAR

BATHING BEAUTIES JUDGE CONTEST

Got a keen eye for style and a deep love of vintage detail? We’re looking for you to take one of our coveted judges seats.

ENTER TODAY!

PLEASE NOTE: No outside food or drinks. This includes no coolers or outside beer or alcohol per Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) laws. Pop-up tents are not allowed but blankets and chairs are encouraged! Service animals that are controlled by the disabled employee or person, or service animals in training when accompanied by an approved trainer are allowed.









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