Buckshot VB’s Dan Johnson is seen from the pier at Little Island Park during the Party at the Pier. [John-Henry Doucette/The Princess Anne Independent News]

SANDBRIDGE — This year’s Party at the Pier featured music by the local country band Buck Shot VB and great weather, bringing locals and tourists to Little Island Park and Fishing Pier on Friday, June 15.

The annual event is presented by Siebert Realty with Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation.

Ashley Williams of Shadowlawn dances with 4-year-old Phoebe Williams during the Party at the Pier. “We love it,” Ashley Williams said, speaking of the annual Sandbridge event. “It’s always a good time.” [John-Henry Doucette/The Princess Anne Independent News]
Curtis Cowles of Buckshot VB sings in the sand. Learn more about the Virginia Beach “rockin’ country” band via buckshotvb.com. [John-Henry Doucette/The Princess Anne Independent News]
Melissa White stayed on her feet during much of the performance at the pier. Here she holds McKenzie, 2. [John-Henry Doucette/The Princess Anne Independent News]

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3 thoughts on “Photos: The Party at the Pier in Sandbridge

  1. There are no hotels at this beach, but houses and condos may be rented, and the area is a well-frequented tourist spot. One of the biggest attractions to Sandbridge is its relative remoteness and laid-back atmosphere when compared to the Virginia Beach oceanfront. Low speed, two-lane Sandbridge Road provides the only automobile access. Located at the south end of the beach is Little Island city park, which is the location of Sandbridge Pier. Other well-known features of the area are The Sandbridge Market at the north end, and the Sandbridge “S-Turns” about halfway down the beach where Sandfiddler and Sandpiper Roads make an S-turn. The S-Turns is a popular location for locals to “hang out” and surf as opposed to the market and park where tourists tend to populate the beach.

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