Events in Myrtle Beach for September 2018
September is the unsung hero of vacation months: The busiest season has come and gone; places are less crowded because kids are back in school. Entertainment venues have had all summer to perfect their art delivering some of their best performances. And temperatures are a pleasant few degrees cooler where the ocean’s still warm. Everything slows down a bit where vacations are more relaxing with more time to savor old favorites or try something new. Despite the fact summer officially ends September 21, your vacation season is far from over. We’ve gathered some of the best events in Myrtle Beach for September 2018. Whether you love motors or festivals, there’s something for you to enjoy this September.
The Surfside Beach Farmers Market takes place right next to the Surfside Library and Fuller Park, making it a great outing for the family. You and the family can peruse the goods created and provided by the local crafters, artisans, and farmers and then enjoy your treats while the kids play at the playground.
Come spend a relaxing day at Passive Park listening to some sweet live music by local artists.
Meet at Brookgreen Gardens for a gathering of the who’s who in the artist community. Fifteen awards are presented by the Society along with the popular People’s Choice Award, determined by votes of visitors to Brookgreen Gardens.
The Alabama Theatre brings back Terry Fator for two shows. Taking a break from “The Voice of Entertainment” at The Mirage on the Las Vegas Strip, this “America’s Got Talent” winner brings his songs, jokes, and celebrity impersonations to Alabama Theatre for Myrtle Beach audiences to enjoy.
Local farmers, crafters, and food artists come together to offer a charming experience with quality goods. This is the last month for the Farmer’s Market at the Market Common so be sure to stop by before it’s gone.
The fireworks at Broadway at the Beach make an already fun experience more spectacular! Be sure to catch one of the last displays of the summer.
Lovers of Mustang muscle cars unite! This week, car owners will show off their hot rides and admire the newest gadgets. See the calendar in the link above for the full list of events and locations.
After almost a decade of sold-out performances, Brookgreen Gardens is proud to present the return of this annual outdoor concert event. Tickets sell out quickly so buy yours today.
This new festival highlights many talented artists from the Grand Strand and features amazing beers from the Wicked Weed Brewing company.Enjoy wine tastings, cold beer, live entertainment, and 30+ specialty vendors.
What better way to ring in the fall season than a Hoe-Down? The city of Aynor is throwing a festival that will have you hungry for pumpkin-spiced everything.
Board a trolley for a one-hour narrated tour about the history of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and the Myrtle Beach Army Air Field during WWII.
Bacon. Brews. The name says it all and it’s hard to go wrong with that combo. Hope to see you there at the Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Place.
See the world’s biggest and only official ABBA tribute show live in Myrtle Beach! With an unreleased song granted exclusively by ABBA themselves and officially approved exact replica costuming, Arrival from Sweden is as real as it gets.
The food, the music, the crafts: it’s all Greek to me. From baklava to gyros—if you’ve been craving Greek anything, this is the place to be. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to see this beautiful local church and meet the wonderful people who go there.
Any excuse is a great excuse to visit the Atalaya Castle at Huntington Beach State Park, and this festival is perhaps the best excuse of all. Some of the best artisans and crafters of Myrtle Beach flock to the festival to show off their wares.
Here in the South, we’re known for our BBQ, and this event brings together some of the best of the best. If you like meat on the grill, this is the event for you.
The complete schedule has been released for the third annual Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival. Headliners this year include Daniel D, Darryl Murrill, and Don Colton. They’re part of three days of live jazz, soul, and R&B to be presented September 28-30, 2018 on historic Carver Street.
Brew at the Zoo, Brookgreen Garden
This craft beer tasting features over 30 regional and national selections and offers an after-hours stroll through Brookgreen’s Lowcountry Zoo. Space is limited, so buy your ticket today!
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Be Sure to Visit Us at Plantation Resort
All of these events are just a short drive from Plantation Resort. To reserve your stay, call one of our friendly Owner Services representatives at 1-888-913-4477.