350 Revere Beach Boulevard, Revere, MA 

Revere Polar Plunge 2022

Registration/Check-in:  We ARE BACK at the REINSTEIN BANDSTAND!  We are asking Plungers to check-in 350 Revere Beach Blvd between 10:00AM - 10:45AM . Once you check in, you can take a team photo in the Tent and get in line to go down to the beach to Plunge starting at 10:45AM. 

Weather: Saturday's forecast is predicting a high of 55 degrees with slight overcast - perfect Plunging weather! We will be completely outdoors, so please dress warmly (jacket, boots, hat, gloves) whether you plan to plunge or are just there to cheer on the plungers. We will have a tent on-site for people to gather but to mitigate any potential Covid risk, the tent will not be walled or heated. The changing tents will be walled and heated. 

Costume Contest: Once you've registered or checked-in, head over to the tent to take a Team Photo in costume and get excited for the costume parade!! 

Plunge: We'll be plunging all together at 11:00AM! 

Awards will be announced before the Plunge! We'll be giving out awards for Top Fundraising IndividualTop Fundraising Team (by Category) and Best costume!!

Saturday, March 26th, 2022 

Registration/Check-in begins at 10:00 AM  |    Plunge at 11:00 AM 

Reinstein Bandstand - Revere Beach - 350 Revere Beach Boulevard, Revere, MA 02151

Parking is available on Ocean Avenue. If taking public transportation, use the Revere Beach MBTA stop on the Blue Line. 

Contact [email protected] with any questions.


Event Details 

The Revere Polar Plunge is BACK and we've got some updates!! We're back at the William G Reinstein Bandstand! Plungers will charge into the ocean water to support Special Olympics. Before the plunge, join us for music and fundraising and costume awards! Gather your brrrravest, inclusion-celebrating friends and family, create a plunge team and start fundraising! 

Join the Plunge! 


Celebrating Inclusion: 

The Polar Plunge is about more than just a good time. By fundraising $100 or more, you are empowering over 14,000 Special Olympics athletes in Massachusetts to train and compete in the sports they love, sponsoring lifelong friendships and competitive spirits, and celebrating inclusion for individuals with intellectual disabilities on and off the playing field.