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Events in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival - Featuring more than 100 of the finest artisans, the Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival provides aesthetic beauty against a background of natural beauty. Enjoy fine art, quality crafts and Low country food, along with the musical offerings of several of the area’s finest musicians.
Aynor Harvest Hoe Down - Kicking off the day with parades, fun games, vendors and more, this is the best place for you to take your family on your next trip to Myrtle Beach! With over 20,000 people in attendance annually, you won't want to miss this!
Monday After the Masters - This great event from the legendary Hootie and the Blowfish is just what you need to do! Play golf with the best of the best! Proceeds from the tournament go to the Hootie and the Blowfish Foundation, which supports the South Carolina Junior Golf Foundation and children’s educational needs in South Carolina. In its history, the event has raised over $4 million for the cause.
Intracoastal Christmas Regatta - The Intracoastal Christmas Regatta is a traditional holiday kick off on the waterway in Little River and North Myrtle Beach. It began in 1984 and quickly became a tradition within the boating community along the Northern Horry County.
Mustang Week at Myrtle Beach - A gathering for Mustang owners, young and old, with the car show limited to 300 vehicles! Come salivate over these priceless vehicles. You won't be disappointed!
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! Learn a little about the history of the Greek people and enjoy the beautiful scenes!
Myrtle Beach Stamp Show - Always in early February, the Myrtle Beach stamp flea market and exhibition allows participants to buy, sell, or trade.
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.
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. Don't miss out on this great spot on your next stop to Myrtle Beach.