As a kid, loading up your water gun, creating buckets of water balloons, and commandeering the water hose equaled a pretty solid summer afternoon. Relive those childhood days at GoCo Events’ Deluge Party, which is just a big ol’ water fight. The party gives contestants 45 minutes to spray and soak the people around them. A DJ and food carts, like the King of Pops, will be on site to help energize the dueling fighters. To make sure that you only soak those participating, GoCo will hand out a piece of blue fabric to mark their players. The worst part of a water fight? When your gun runs out of water — but there will be a pool to help you refill quickly. “It’s a great way to have fun and revisit your childhood,” says Rebecca Gosnell, the event organizer. Unlike your neighborhood water battle, there will be police on guard to make sure it’s all fun and games and nobody gets hurt. Please, no high-pressure cannons or water guns. Gosnell hopes this is just the start of GoCo’s Lowcountry water party influence. They hope to keep creating water-themed events leading up to next summer, when they’ll stage a concert with water cannons.