Fall is a wonderful time of year to visit the Grand Strand. The temperature cools down just enough to comfortably enjoy outdoor activities, yet still warm enough to enjoy a day at the beach. Just because summer is over, doesn't mean that there won't still be plenty to do in and around Myrtle Beach! Here are just a few of the exciting fall festivals and activities taking place this season.
Endless Summer Festival
We're not letting go of summer that easily and there's a festival to prove it. The Endless Summer Festival will be held on Saturday, October 31st from 10am until 4pm in North Myrtle Beach. This free event will have everything from food vendors, craft items, a classic and antique car show, carnival rides, and live entertainment beginning at noon.
12th Annual Irish Italian International Festival
Celebrate different cultures at this rain or shine event in North Myrtle Beach. The festival takes place on Saturday, September 26th from 10am until 4pm on Main Street. Enjoy food from local restaurants, live entertainment, street performers, art and craft vendors, and even themed Irish and Italian dance groups. Kids of all ages will love the children's area which includes balloon art, inflatables, magic shows, and a variety of other kids' entertainment.
Taste of the Town
Myrtle Beach has a ton of great restaurants to choose from, and trying all of them during your short visit is nearly impossible. Taste of the Town is the solution to that problem! With 50 different local restaurants offering samples of their best dishes, deserts and drinks, finding your new favorite restaurant in Myrtle Beach couldn't be any easier. Attendees will also be able to enjoy live music while they try new and exciting foods. The 32nd annual event takes place at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on October 6th and you won't want to miss it.
Fall and Oktoberfest celebrations pretty much go hand in hand. Head over to Market Common on October 2-3rd for their 8th Annual Oktoberfest to enjoy fun games for the kids, food vendors, a pumpkin patch and, of course, beer and steins. Later in the month, you can also head over to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk on October 10-11th for their Oktoberfest festival. There you can experience Myrtle Beach's "largest beach block party" with live entertainment, a beer tent, a car show, a petting zoo, inflatables, and much more!
With the awesome weather and exciting family activities, there is plenty of fun to be had here in Myrtle Beach this fall and you won't want to miss it! If you haven't booked your fall beach trip yet, check out our fall specials and plan your trip today!