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Top Summer Festivals In Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach and summer festivals go hand-in-hand!
When planning a family trip to Myrtle Beach this summer, you will want to be sure you know about all of the top summer festivals going on in Myrtle Beach so you can make the best out of your time here.
Below is our list of the best nearby summer festivals you don’t want to miss:
Hot Summer Nights | All Summer: A summer-long festival, Hot Summer Nights takes place down by the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, just a short drive north of the resort. Every week there is a schedule of entertainment and events taking place. Running June through August, this festival features an array of events. Check out their Boardwalk Kids Carnival, where your family can enjoy games, balloon artists, inflatables, kid bands and more from June 8 to August 24 beginning at 7 p.m. Or, check out live music at Plyler Park starting at 8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays June 9 through August 29. If you want to catch a fireworks show over the ocean, be sure to head to the Boardwalk on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. from June 10 to August 19 (excluding July 1). Make your way down to the Boardwalk for this fun FREE festival!
Carolina Country Music Fest | June 5 to 7: If your family enjoys country music, what better way to start out your summer than with an oceanfront three-day country music fest? This outdoor festival will take place by the Boardwalk and will feature two stages with alternating bands playing all weekend long. Some of country music’s biggest names will be here including Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Eric Church and Rascal Flatts. Plus, as a guest of Captain’s Quarters Resort you can save money on this Myrtle Beach festival by purchasing tickets through us when you make your room reservation. Learn more here.
Cool Summer Evenings | Wednesday – Friday, June 10 to August 7: Brookgreen Gardens, a popular attraction about 25 minutes south of our resort, features Cool Summer Evenings throughout the season. During these dates these historical gardens stay open later for families, until 9 p.m., to enjoy extended daylight hours after spending the day at the beach or by the pool. They will have specials activities during these evenings including entertainment, kids programs and the availability to purchase dinner from their delicious Pavilion Restaurant. Entry is $15 for adults (13-64), $13 for seniors 65+ and $7 for children (4 - 12).
With so much going on this summer in Myrtle Beach, you don’t need to go far to enjoy some fun family festivals! These are just a sampling of the fun festivals going on in Myrtle Beach this summer. More are sure to be added including summer-long events at Broadway at the Beach and The Market Common.