Need something to do down the Shore this weekend? Don't worry, we have you covered.
This big, all-ages competition, named after the late Carlisle/O.C. Corvette guy, is so popular, it might be too late to sign up — but not to watch from the boards.
8:30 a.m.-noon Friday (no wave dates: Saturday or Sunday), 7th Street beach, Ocean City, free to watch, $45 to surf, 717-243-7855, chipmiller.org
This restored, 1928, Jersey-based oyster-dredging schooner is offering daily kids', history, and wine and cheese sails, and is generally the ultimate Shore experience.
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Black Whale Dock, Centre Street & the bay, Beach Haven, $15-$40, 856-785-2060, bayshorecenter.org
She may belong to Vegas, but for the weekend — and the Borgata's summer-long 15th anniversary — Spears is all A.C.
8 p.m. Friday & Saturday, Borgata, 1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City, $199-$349, 866-900-4849, theborgata.com
South Jersey's most popular pachyderm hosts an annual bash complete with trackless train between Decatur and Cedar Grove avenues, nine-hole mini golf, bouncy house, music, tours, soft pretzels, and birthday cake.
10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday (rain date: Sunday), 9200 Atlantic Avenue, Margate, 609-823-6473, free, lucytheelephant.org
Fresh from their paid stage in Cape May, the REV Theatre Co. swings and sings Bing in a free al fresco mainland performance, part of Somers Point's summer-long effort to prove it's the Shore, too.
6 p.m. Sunday (rain date: Monday), John F. Kennedy Park, 24 Broadway, Somers Point, revtheatrecompany.org
Who runs the beaches? Girls. Female lifeguards, that is. Swimmer-rescuers from 15 regional patrols gather at the opposite side of the 34th Street Bridge to compete for lifesaving cred.
6-8 p.m. Wednesday, 34th Street beach, Ocean City, free, 609-399-6111, oceancityvacation.com
Lovato gives her only East Coast concert this summer on the beach; it's sold out, and she's "Sorry Not Sorry."
7 p.m. Thursday, beach from Missouri to Indiana avenue, resale from $49, acbeachconcerts.com
Plenty of tickets left to catch this polished country act, back on the road, "Back to Us," and still trying to forget about that CMA lip-sync debacle from a few years back.