The holiday season is quickly approaching in Myrtle Beach. Once Halloween is over, it officially marks the beginning of Thanksgiving and Christmas season. The Grand Strand offers plenty of festive shows, performances, events and more. Here are the exciting November events in Myrtle Beach.
43rd Annual Art in the Park: Art in the Park is back on November 7 & 8 in Chapin Park and November 14 & 15 in Valor Park. The event represents the non-profit, Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild. More than sixteen artists and crafters will come together and promote fine arts among the community. It’s an opportunity to find unique art and learn more about the Grand Strand area. You can find different works of art from photography, painting, basket making, and more. The event takes place from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. both weekends.
34th Annual Dickens Christmas Show and Festival: The Dickens Christmas Show and Festival is back by popular demand! This festival is guaranteed to get you in the holiday spirit. The award-winning event features hundreds of vendors with multiple items including jewelry, gifts, toys, arts, foods, crafts, holiday décor and much more. This spectacular event at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center November 12 – November 15 from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. Enjoy the fun-filled event with LED light displays, wreath decorating, Christmas trees and more.
20th Annual Souper Supper: On November 8, chefs from around Myrtle Beach will gather for the famous Souper Supper at The Market Common. The event highlights the many restaurants in the Grand Strand area giving attendees a taste of each. Come out and support local restaurants as they compete for the most delicious soup. Chefs can win awards including judge’s choice, people’s choice and overall best.
46th Annual South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival: Come to Myrtle Beach November 26-28 and enjoy a weekend of bluegrass. The festival takes place at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center and is sure to be a great time. Ticket prices vary by the number of days you choose to attend the event.
21st Annual Tree Lighting at Broadway at the Beach: It isn’t officially the holiday season until the tree at Broadway at the Beach is lit up. Come to Broadway on November 14 at 6 p.m. and help them welcome the holiday season. The tree lighting is filled with performers, music, comedians and more. Plus there is a special visit from Santa Claus and his elves. It’s the perfect way to spend an evening with the family!
8th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at The Market Common: Head on into The Market Common on November 21 for the annual tree lighting ceremony. The ceremony takes place from 5-6p.m. Enjoy the sounds of Christmas music, entertainers, holiday attractions and more. Stick around when the ceremony is over and check out the many shops and dining options in The Market Common.
Myrtle Beach is full of events year-round. While the summer season may be over, there are still festivals happening. There’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit, enjoy arts & crafts or a music show. Which events will you be attending this year?
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