The festival will open in mid-July with 29 international master sculptors competing in solo and team sand sculpting categories, according to a release from the society.
“There’s huge expenses in what you’re proposing. This is not Carnegie Hall, this is a stage that is there for people to use, for local organizations to use,” said Mayor Ed Mayne, adding he supported the stage but not the equipment purchases.

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