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The Jersey Shore continues to come back to life following the destruction from superstorm Sandy.

In Sea Bright, the Dunesday Beach Bash returns, this time to benefit the Sea Bright Fire & First Aid squad.

The Mad Hatter will host the event this year after Donovan's Reff- home to the fundraiser in years past- was destroyed by superstorm Sandy.

The 20th annual fundraiser is set for Saturday, July 20, Noon - 10 p.m. (21 years old and over.)

Here is the scheduled lineup of acts:

12:00pm-12:40pm- Guns 4 Hire

1:00PM-1:40PM- Thom White Band

2:00PM-2:40PM- Pat Guadagno

3:00PM-3:40PM- The Haven

4:00PM-4:40PM- Buster White

5:00PM-5:40PM- Dave Tucker

6:00PM-6:40PM-  Screaming Nudes

7:00PM- 7:40PM- Jukebox Criminals

8:00PM-10:00PM- Brian Kirk & the Jirks

DJ Kel (Donovan's Summer DJ) in between acts.

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