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Greater Myrtle Beach
Annual Events

Greater Myrtle Beach has festivities taking place all through the year including concerts, festivals, fairs and sporting events.

The list below presents an overview of the major events in the Myrtle Beach area.

January
Grand Strand Boat Show
Boat lovers can check out the latest at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Call (843) 918-1225 for more information.
SOS Mid-Winter Fling
Shag dancers from across the nation gather at the beach to do their thing. Born in 1980, the SOS (Society of Stranders) is composed of life guards, pavilion workers, bingo callers, beach bums and other shag devotees. Call (888) SOS-3113 for more information.
February
Myrtle Beach Stamp Show
Always in early February, the Myrtle Beach stamp flea market and exhibition allows participants to buy, sell, or trade. Call (843) 347-0087 for more information.
Roundtable Art Group
Art show with light music and hors d’oeuvres features works from more than two dozen artists in paint, sculpture and photography. Call (843) 267-5332 for more information.
March
Taste of the Coast
In early to mid-March, premier restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area provide samples, along with beer and wine, live entertainment, and an array of kids' activities at this annual charity event for the Risen Christ school, at Barefoot Landing. Call (843) 455-6728 for more information.
National Shag Dance Championship Finals
Shag dancers from across the nation compete. Call (843) 497-7369 for more information.
St. Patrick’s Day Festival
The parade begins around 9 a.m. at the top of Main Street, followed by a festival with food, entertainment, children’s activities and more.
"What's Your Cultural Vision?" Art Show
At the end of March, over 100 artists, including local art school students as well as area professionals, will display their work throughout the 2001 Nightclub at this fundraiser sponsored by Global Awareness Project (GAP), featuring live music, theatre and dance, and food catered by local restaurants. Call (843) 467-9238 for more information.
April
Springtime in the Carolinas Art Show
More than 70 artists are featured along with exhibits, kids petting zoo, food and more. Call (843) 249-1577 for more information.
FunSunRun
In mid-April, Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet hosts a 5K and 10K run through the park, city and trails surrounded by beautiful marshland vistas, to benefit. Call (843) 235-3762 for more information.
April Wine Festival
Wine tours / tastings, food, live entertainment, arts / crafts, and more at La Belle Amie Vineyards. Call (843) 399-9463 for more information.
SOS Spring Safari
Shag dancers from across the nation gather at the beach to do their thing. Born in 1980, the SOS (Society of Stranders) is composed of life guards, pavilion workers, bingo callers, beach bums and other shag devotees. Call (888) SOS-3113 for more information.
May
Art in the Park
Art in the Park is staged by the Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild. Call (843) 448-7690 for more information.
Little River Blue Crab Festival
Every spring marks return of the crabs at Little River, with live entertainment, face painting, games, rides and attractions. Call (843) 249-6604 for more information.
Marion Fox Trot Festival
Arts, crafts, music, food, street dancing and children’s rides are part of the fun in Marion. Call (843) 423-6900 for more information.
RV / Boat / Motorcycle Swap Meet
Food, music and more accompany opportunity to swap RVs, boats, motorcycles, and more at Coastal Federal Field. Call (843) 918-1242 for more information.
June
Annual Sun Fun Festival
Festival favorites include day / night air shows, sailboat regatta, beach volleyball, sandcastle building, and more, along with a Miss Bikini Washini contest. Call (800) 356-3016 for more information.
June Wine Festival
Wine tours / tastings, food, live entertainment, arts / crafts, and more at La Belle Amie Vineyards. Call (843) 399-9463 for more information.
Independence Day Celebration
Coastal Federal Field hosts the city’s Independence Day celebration. Call (800) 356-3016 for more information.
July
Mustang Week at Myrtle Beach
A gathering for Mustang owners, young and old, with the car show limited to 300 vehicles. Call (843) 918-5000 for more information.
July 4th Celebration
A concert and fireworks unfold at Cherry Grove Pier in North Myrtle Beach.
Murrells Inlet July 4th Boat Parade
Decorated boats cruise along Murrells Inlet. Call (843) 651-5675 for more information.
August
Craftsmen’s Classic Arts & Crafts Festival
In early August, the festival features original designs and works of more than 250 artists and craft artisans, at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Call (336) 282-5550 for more information.
Fall Pier King Mackerel Tournament
Anglers vie from various participating piers. Call (843) 626-7444, ext. 7214 for more information.
Aynor Harvest Hoe-Down Festival Golf Tournament
Proceeds from this tournament at the West Kingston Golf benefit special-needs children. Call (843) 358-1932 for more information.
September
Italian Festival
Italian food, art, vendors, live entertainment and more are found at Chapin Park. Call (843) 650-3466 for more information.
Myrtle Beach Greek Festival
Traditional Greek foods, dancing, children’s activities, church tours, and more are hosted at St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church. Call (843) 448-3773 for more information.
South Carolina’s Largest Garage Sale
Pavilion Parking Garage transforms each year into four floors full of bargains with opportunity to shop for often one-of-a-kind treasures. Call (843) 918-1242 for more information.
September Wine Festival
Wine tours / tastings, food, live entertainment, arts / crafts, and more at La Belle Amie Vineyards. Call (843) 399-9463 for more information.
ICExpo
Towards the end of September, Repticon hosts the International Carolina Expo for Reptile and Amphibian Keepers, featuring all manner of reptile, including venomous ones, cages, food, equipment, lots of advice from professionals, kids' activities and seminars, at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Call (863) 268-4273 for more information.
October
Loris Bog-Off Festival
Along with a cooking contest for the best tasting chicken bog, comes a parade, entertainment and more in downtown Loris. Call (843) 756-6030 for more information.
November
ACF Souper Supper
Early in November, the American Culinary Foundation hosts a gathering of 30 local chefs who will prepare gallons of soup to raise funds for culinary scholarships, at The Market Common in Valor Park. Call (843) 446-6502 for more information.
Walk for the Animals
Proceeds from the annual walk and contests benefit the Grand Strand Humane Society. Call (843) 444-3200 for more information.
Winter's Wonderland
From a few days before Thanksgiving until just before Christmas, bring the kids to explore the South Pole, visit with Santa, listen to stories in the Penguin Igloo, and enjoy refreshments and singing at the Gingerbread House. Proceeds benefit the S.T.F. Foundation. Murrells Inlet. Call (843) 997-0451 for more information.
Intracoastal Christmas Regatta
The Intracoastal Christmas Regatta is the "original" holiday maritime parade for the Grand Strand, providing a festive start to the holiday season. Call (843) 241-4627 for more information.
Dickens Christmas Show & Festival
Mid November brings Victorian London holiday spirit to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Call (843) 448-9483 for more information.
Season of Celebration
Throughout November and December, shopping, dining, entertaining, golfing, concerts, parades and more lead up to a New Year’s Eve extravaganza. Call (843) 626-7444 for more information.
December
Nights Of A Thousand Candles
Festive white lights and hundreds of luminaries light the garden paths as musicians and carolers perform. Call (843) 235-6000 for more information.
Springmaid Winter Arts & Crafts Show
Springmaid Beach Resort’s nearly two-decade old weekend Winter Arts & Craft Show has grown to more than 200 art, craft and food vendors indoors and outside the oceanfront conference center. Free admission and parking. Call (843) 315-7100 for more information.
Beach Ball Classic
Hoop dreams come to reality at this South Carolina basketball tournament started in 1981. Call (843) 213-0032 for more information.
Season of Celebration
Throughout November and December, shopping, dining, entertaining, golfing, concerts, parades and more lead up to a New Year’s Eve extravaganza. Call (843) 626-7444 for more information.
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