May Fun in North Myrtle Beach

Take a Spring Break! It’s time for fun.

It’s time to get out and savor spring, breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the best of the beach. Take a break! Everyone deserves one. Celebrate spring with family and friends, embrace the warm months and build priceless memories on a beach vacation getaway. There are lots of attractive options in the Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach areas. Here are some suggestions from your friends at Century 21 Thomas to make sure you have lots of fun at the Beach this May.

Cinco de Mayo

Celebrate and appreciate history! Cinco de Mayo is Spanish for "fifth of May". Many people have the misconception that Cinco de Mayo is the equivalent of Mexican Independence Day. In fact, Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican Army's unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5th, 1862. The Battle of Puebla is important for at least two reasons. First, the 4,000 Mexican soldiers were considerably outnumbered but they defeated the 8,000 soldiers of the much better-equipped French Army. Second, since the Battle of Puebla no country in the Americas has been invaded by an army from another continent.

Mark your calendar to come hear Edwin McCain in concert at Myrtle Beach’s Market Common on May 5th. Nacho Hippo's Cinco de Mayo celebration will feature a fun kid zone plus the concert and will be from 5 to 10 pm. And, it’s a family-friendly event with FREE admission and parking. More details here.

If you decide to come to the beach and celebrate, you can follow this link to take advantage of the North Myrtle Beach vacation rental discounts & specials offered by Century 21 Thomas. Stay longer for less!

MayFest on Main

Here is a great way to celebrate the arrival of another fantastic summer season at the beach! Join us on North Myrtle Beach’s Main Street for the 6th Annual MayFest on Main festival and concert series. This amazing street festival will kick off at the “Horseshoe” May 5th with an evening concert by Project 7ven, and a concert by The Mighty, Mighty Tams on the 6th.

The main festival is May 7th beginning at 10AM and will have great live music, dance, arts & crafts vendors, tasty festival food, a community stage, and an awesome kids' fun zone. Bring your beach chair and enjoy a wonderful day! Headlining the event will be the exciting Legends of Surf Music with Al Jardine, Dean Torrence and David Marks, featuring the Surf City Allstars. Also performing during the day will be The Dazz Band, BroadBand, and Danny Woods & the Board of Directors. Click for more details.

Come on down to the birthplace of shag dancing and enjoy the North Myrtle Beach MayFest. Need a place to stay? Century 21 Thomas Beach Vacations has super spring deals on one to EIGHT bedroom homes and condos. Click here to browse our selections, check availability and reserve the home or condo with the all the special features you want for your best beach vacation ever.

Rivertown Music & Arts Festival

Saturday, May 7th, the historic city of Conway plays host for the annual Rivertown Music & Arts Festival. Usually featuring Blues, Jazz, and Gospel; rest assured… there is always something for everyone. Headlining the festival this year will be Sea Cruz at 4:30, Southern Blue at 6:00, and the main act, Sol Driven Train, at 7:30. The festival starts at 10 am, will keep on going until dusk and will include artist exhibits and demonstrations from the various genres of painting, pottery, jewelry, glass, metal and mixed media. Antique car enthusiasts will be able to enjoy the car show hosted by the Chicora Car Club. Gourmet food, hot dogs and local cuisine will also be available in the food court area. For more details, click here.

If you plan to take a spring vacation to enjoy the music and arts festivals and the beach, follow this link for the Century 21 Thomas Super North Myrtle Beach Vacation Tips.

Blue Crab Festival

Tagged as “a significant celebration”, the 30th Annual Blue Crab Festival will take place on the waterfront in scenic Little River (just a few minutes from North Myrtle Beach), on Saturday, May 14th, from 9 am to 8 pm and Sunday, May 15th from 9 am to 6 pm. Be there a day early and you can enjoy the inaugural Friday Night Street Party from 6 to 10 pm… or longer, and don’t miss the fireworks at 9 pm. This popular festival will have abundant arts & crafts vendors, festival food, fresh seafood – including blue crabs, live music, kids’ fun area, business booths, and community groups. Exciting entertainment includes performances by Jim Quick & Coastline, The Fantastic Shakers, Tru Sol, and The Catalinas. For more details, click here.

South by Southeast Music Feast

Fantastic live music at the Historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot - an intimate, non-smoking, listening venue - featuring "Eclectic Americana Variety" from Bluegrass to Blues, Rock & Roll to Jazz. Saturday, May 14th, come listen to the sounds of Nashville duo singer/songwriters Eric Brace and Peter Cooper. $25 Admission includes free pot-luck dinner (Southern style, from BBQ and Hot Dogs to Covered Dishes and Desserts) and free beverages. Click for details.

What interesting spring and summer festivals and events will you attend this year? Let us know in the comments.

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