The 58th annual Canadian American Days Festival in Myrtle Beach is scheduled for March 9-17, 2019, with more than 100,000 Canadian visitors expected.
With ample opportunities for entertainment, the Myrtle Beach festivals and events are not to be missed. Add these events to your itinerary.
There are special events, parties geared for kids, adults-only celebrations and much more planned for New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Myrtle Beach.
Revel in the holiday magic of Nights of a Thousand Candles at Brookgreen Gardens. The Myrtle Beach holiday event is an extraordinary light display.
Dive into a holiday fun at Ripley’s Aquarium Myrtle Beach. The popular aquarium hosts the Festival of Trees November through December each year.
Looking for some spooky Halloween fun on the Grand Strand? Halloween on the Marshwalk is a hauntingly good time for kids and adults alike.
From haunted castles to family-friendly trick-or-treating, there are plenty of Myrtle Beach Halloween events to choose from this fall.
The 13th Annual Myrtle Beach Beach Boogie & BBQ Festival is scheduled for August 31st and September 1, 2018 with family-friendly events sure to cook up fun!
Wondering where to celebrate our nation’s Independence Day on the Grand Strand? Follow our event guide to experience the best 4th of July in Myrtle Beach.
Broadway at the Beach is the premier entertainment complex in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Top attractions including Ripley's Aquarium of Myrtle Beach and Broadway Grand Prix call Broadway at the Beach home. Along with entertainment, shopping and dining, Broadway at the Beach also hosts special eve...