Fun at the Beach and FREE!

FREE FUN at the Beach

“Music on Main” Summer Concerts - Main Street comes alive in the heart of North Myrtle Beach the 1st Thursday of each summer month. It's a fun time for both locals and visitors. Stroll along Main Street after a hard day of work or play and enjoy LIVE music, shopping, food & drinks.

June 4th brought us the rock and roll sounds of the 360 Degrees Band. Coming are the Soul Function (July 2nd), Pantasia Steel Pan Band (Aug 6th), and the big band sounds of the Andrew Theilen Band (Sept 3rd). These concerts are FREE so bring friends, family & beach chairs and enjoy some Main Street fun. All concerts are from 5:30-7:30pm.

"Sounds of Summer" Music at the Park - in North Myrtle Beach's beautiful McLean Park. There will be fun for all with Friday concerts by Jazztrack (June 19th), Mark Roberts & Breeze (July 17th), the Super Glide Band (Aug 21st), and the Craig Woolard Band (Sept 18th) where you can enjoy an evening with family and friends.

Bring a beach chair, blanket, picnic, non-alcoholic beverages and relax and play. Food and beverages will also be provided for purchase at the park. The park is located just south of Main Street at the corner of Oak Drive and 2nd Avenue South. Concerts are from 7 to 9PM and are FREE Family-Friendly Events.

Ocean Boulevard's “Hot Summer Nights” - at Plyler Park on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. You’ll have tons of fun with a Kids' Carnival, Street Performers, a Concert Series each Tuesday & Saturday night, and a Fireworks Show every Wednesday Night!

There will be Face-painting, balloon artists, jugglers, stilt-walkers, and more. Plus, you can boogie to great live music - rock, reggae, jazz, Motown, pop and country. These are FREE Family-Friendly Events.

Annual Harborwalk Festival - Started in 1988 in historic Georgetown, SC, this family oriented festival offers a theatre performance, more than 125 arts & crafts booths and more. Stroll along the Sampit River boardwalk behind the restaurants and shops of Front Street. Located only about 90 minutes south of North Myrtle Beach, it's an excellent choice for a day trip for family fun.

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