Welcome Back to the Sand Courts at DaKine!

Please note some changes to our awesome beach tournaments- masks are required at all times, including while playing. Due to capacity limits, we are not currently allowing spectators until we phase forward again.

All participants are required to have an AVP America membership to participate in DaKine Beach Tournaments. Learn a little more about the AVP America organization:

AVP America is the largest grassroots outdoor volleyball organization in the United States. Currently, AVP America is comprised of over 180+ organizations and over 45,000 players.

Players pay an annual fee of $20, which allows them access to compete in any level of AVP event (Pro, Next, First, America) across the country.

The goal of AVP America is to foster cooperation among beach & grass volleyball promoters throughout the US to grow the sport. This is being done with the following items visible at WWW.AVPAMERICA.COM :

  • AVP National Ranking System based on player’s results from AVP sanctioned tournaments throughout the US
  • Online Registration that seeds players based on AVP Ranking System in all divisions
  • $49,000+ Beach Grand Prix Program that awards cash prizes based on results from the year’s tournaments, professional to novice for male, female and coed tournament players
  • $21,500 Grass Grand Prix based on a player’s results in grass tournaments
  • National Championship Tournaments held at the end of the season for beach and grass teams. Players can win trips to the Nationals by winning local qualifier tournaments.
  • League National Championships held in Atlantic City, NJ every September for all 4s & 6s beach teams
  • Junior Program with tournaments, showcases, clinics, an East and West Coast Championships, and a Junior Nationals
  • Discounted Prizes and Equipment from AVP America and its affiliated corporate partners

Our goal is to offer benefits and programs for players of all levels.


“Highly recommended whether you are just getting started in the sand or looking to take your game to the next level!”

Evan Silberstein, University of Hawaii Sandbows Assistant Coach

“Pretty awesome what you (DaKine) is doing for the sport. Excited to see what the future has in store for young athletes willing to compete in a brand new NCAA sanctioned event! Keep growing the game right!”

Matt West, Team captain for the 2013 Men's Junior National Team that competed at the 2013 FIVB U21 World Championship in Turkey.