COCOA BEACH, Florida -- The 29th annual NKF Pro-Am Surf Festival returns to the Cocoa Beach Pier this Labor Day weekend.
The surf contest will be held each day starting on Saturday and wrapping up with an awards ceremony on Labor Day afternoon, but surfing is just part of the experience. A bikini contest will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday, and Labor Day and live music will be played throughout the event.
Ron Jon Surf Shop will also hold a surf school 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. throughout the weekend.
The NKF Pro Am Surf Competition is billed as the largest charity surfing competition in the world and is organized to benefit the National Kidney Foundation of Florida. The NKF of Florida is a 501 charity supporting prevention, organ donation, patient services and education for kidney research.
This surf competition allows professionals and amateurs the chance to compete in several divisions, styles and age groups. The divisions include longboard, menehune, super menehune, stand-up paddle, tandem and others.
For more information, visit http://nkfsurf.com/.
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