September Events in Myrtle Beach

As summer fades to fall here in Myrtle Beach, September kicks off festival season with events full of delicious food, beer and wine tastings, live music and more!

September 1 – September 4: Hot Summer Nights
Location: Plyler Park
Celebrate all summer long at with evenings full of live entertainment, a kids carnival on Monday nights, and much more! And don’t miss the fireworks that light up the sky over the ocean at 2nd Ave Pier every Wednesday night. Events are free for everyone.

September 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Farmers Market on Deville Street
Location: The Market Common
Every Saturday during the month of September, from 10 am to 3 pm, shop local, fresh fall vegetables, fruits, homemade jams and jellies as well as local seafood, artisan crafts, handmade jewelry – and so much more!

September 1 & 2: Beach, Boogie & BBQ
Location: The Market Common
The Market Common is the place to go for some tasty BBQ Labor Day weekend. This event will be two days full of barbecue sampling, wing and BBQ competitions, a beer garden, live music, a car show and a cornhole competition!

September 1 – 3: Coastal Uncorked
Location: Broadway at the Beach
This three day festival, held at Broadway at the Beach, includes a dessert and spirits sampling during a moonshine mixology competition, as well as craft beer and wine tastings from around the country. The weekend will be full of live music, treats, sipping and sampling!

September 9: The Market Common Fashion Show
Location: The Market Common
Get ready for a night of fashion as models on the catwalk will be showcasing clothing from Market Common stores. Featuring Grand Strand Magazine’s Most Stylish, proceeds from the event benefit Hope House for homeless teens in the Myrtle Beach area.

September 16: Myrtle Beach Wine Festival
Location: The Market Common
The 7th Annual Myrtle Beach Wine Festival will take place at The Market Common and festival goers will have the opportunity to sample a variety of over 50 wines from around the world. There will be a variety of vendors and plenty of live entertainment!

September 22 – 24: Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival
Location: Atalaya Castle
The 42nd Annual Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival at Huntington State Park is a outdoor event where the beauty of nature and art collide. You will have the opportunity to explore the park as you wander through various exhibits featuring fine arts and crafts of over 100 artisans. There will be live music and local food vendors as well!

September 23: Brew at the Zoo
Location: Brookgreen Gardens
Spend the evening exploring the zoo at Brookgreen Gardens while you sip on craft beer! This popular fundraiser helps raise money for new projects at the gardens. There will be live entertainment, as well as over 30 regional and national craft beers to sample.

September 23 – 24: Seacoast Artists Arts in Common Fall Festival
Location: The Market Common
This festival celebrating the arts will feature a variety of artisans selling everything from handcrafted jewelry and pottery to paintings and photography.

September 28 – October 1: Greek Festival
Location: St. John’s Greek Church
Get a taste of the Greek culture at the 25th Annual Greek Festival held at St. John’s Greek Church. There will be ample amounts of traditional Greek food to try including lamb or chicken gyros, mousaka, pastichio, baklava, cookies, pastries and more. Sample authentic Greek wine and beer that will be flown in from Greece. The weekend will be full of authentic Greek cuisine, traditional dances, live entertainment and plenty of craft vendors.

September 30 – Irish Italian Festival
Location: Main Street, North Myrtle Beach
Celebrate all things Irish Italian and the 13th Annual Irish Italian Festival on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach. The event will offer plenty of food vendors, arts and craft tents, live music on two stages, a children’s area with magicians, balloon artists, and inflatables.

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