November is an event filled month in Myrtle Beach. From Veteran’s Day to the beginning of the Holiday season, if you’re on a vacation here this month you won’t have a problem finding things to do.
Every year the Market Common hosts its “Souper Supper” at Valor Park. This year’s event will feature soup and chili from over 40 restaurants, with bread and desserts to enjoy as well.
Tickets are purchased online before the event are $10 for adults and $5 for children, with a $1 processing service fee plus tax per ticket. Tickets purchased at the door are $12 for adults and $7 for children.
Sunday, November 11 marks this year’s Veterans Day, and all branches of the armed services will be represented at the various ceremonies, parades and exhibits, most of which you can view at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center’s Grand Plaza. The ceremonies will include the Grand Strand Patriotic Alliance and Rolling Thunder.
Another event at the Convention Center that’s not to be missed is the Annual South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival, from Thursday, November 22 - Saturday, November 24.
And all of these Convention Center events are just a short drive away from Captain’s Quarters resort.
If you’re a fan of wine, then you’ll probably want to take the drive to La Belle Amie Vineyard near North Myrtle Beach for their November festivals. November 10 is their Island Fever Music Festival and a week later on November 17 is their WineStock festival. Bring along a folding chair, relax and enjoy the music and festivities.
Or, if you’re not a wine fan you can head down to Murrells Inlet for the 9th annual Murrells Inlet Oyster Roast. The oysters are served all-you-can eat on specially made tables with plenty of music and beverages to go around. Come get a taste (literally!) of the area on November 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The Intracoastal Christmas Regatta also takes place on Saturday, November 24. This is a boat parade for the benefit of needy children along the Grand Strand. The parade will feature boats ranging from dinner cruise ships to commercial shrimp boats, all creatively decorated and all shapes and sizes. This is an excellent cause and a great way of collecting toys and cash for these kids. The regatta starts close to Calabash in North Carolina and makes its way south along the Intracoastal Waterway to Dock Holidays Marina in Myrtle Beach.
Right through the month you can enjoy The Carolina Opry Christmas Special. Featuring a cast of 35, this show includes dancing, comedy, music with dazzling costumes and extravagant sets. This is a soul stirring show full of seasonal music and is always extremely popular, so be sure to book early.
The Dickens Christmas show also is returning to the Convention Center November 8 through the 11th so be sure to check that out as well to get in to the Holiday spirit.
And speaking of the Holiday spirit, there are a number of events that will kick off the season including the lighting of Barefoot Landing and the arrival of Santa on Friday, November 16th at 7 p.m.
You can also stop by to see the lighting of the tree at Valor Park in Market Common. Hot chocolate will be served and seasonal tunes will be sung and played. Come catch the spirit of the season on Friday, November 23 from 6 to 7 p.m.
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