Time to say farewell to summer as school is back in session and the crowds are thinning out. With the ending of summer comes Labor Day – the last celebration of summer before fall festival season begins. When you book your Labor Day weekend stay with Brittain Resorts and Hotels, there’s plenty of fun activities to take advantage of while you’re in town.
Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival
Whether you’re a BBQ connoisseur or have never tried this delicacy of the south, you’ll enjoy sampling all the wings, ribs and pulled pork at this tasty food festival. Taking place at The Market Common on August 31st through September 1st, there will be local live music, arts and crafts vendors as well as a beer and wine garden. This is one festival that’s sure to be a finger-lickin’ good time for the whole family!
La Belle Amie Vineyard
On Saturday, La Belle Amie will be hosting their annual Labor Day Saturday Celebration. Grab some friends and enjoy sipping on local Twisted Sisters muscadine wine, grown right there in their vineyard. From 12 pm to 5 pm, enjoy lounging under the shade of the trees while sipping on wine and listening to local live entertainment.
All summer long there have been events featuring fireworks, live entertainment and local live music. Stop by Hot Summer Nights at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk for the final weekend to become a Karaoke Star on Friday night, live music on Saturday, Family Game Night on Sunday, and the final Kidz Carnival on Monday night. Barefoot Landing will be hosting their final weekend of Summerfest with live music, entertainment and fun for all ages.
There’s nothing like a magical display of fireworks lighting up the night sky to celebrate what an incredible summer it’s been in Myrtle Beach. Here are the firework shows you don’t want to miss:
Barefoot Landing – Saturday, September 1st at 10 pm
Plyler Park at Myrtle Beach Boardwalk – Saturday, September 1st at 10 pm
Broadway at the Beach – Sunday, September 2nd at 10 pm
During Labor Day, the water is still warm so take advantage of the ocean water sports like jet skiing, parasailing, and surfing before they close up shop for the season. No matter what you plan on doing, just make sure to head to Myrtle Beach for Labor Day weekend as you have one last hoorah before fall begins!