Another summer has passed and fall is knocking on the door. This doesn’t mean the fun has ended in Myrtle Beach! The fall months are favorites among Coral Beach Resort guests. The weather is still warm, the kids are back to school and Myrtle Beach area activities are endless!
All of these factors contribute to the influx of fun, family-friendly events that take place in Myrtle Beach during the fall. So sit back, relax (and maybe start packing your vacation bags) because we’ve put together a list for you of the top fall events in Myrtle Beach for 2022.
September Events in Myrtle Beach
October Events in Myrtle Beach
November Events in Myrtle Beach
Just 30 minutes north of Coral Beach Resort & Suites, guests can enjoy the Music on Main Concert Series in North Myrtle Beach. Starting at 4:00 p.m. each Thursday, Main Street from Ocean Blvd. to Melt Ice Cream is blocked off for the event. Even though the streets are closed, businesses around the event will remain open for dining, shopping, and fun. Music on Main is a FREE weekly fall event in Myrtle Beach that’s fun for the entire family. Bring your beach chairs to reserve your spot for the concert. Live performances are from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. See the full schedule online. The address is 1 WW South Ocean Blvd, North Myrtle Beach, SC at the Horseshoe.
Live music is back at La Belle Amie Vineyard’s fall festivals in Myrtle Beach. Each Saturday in September enjoy music from island vibes to jazz and blues. Each concert will vary in genre but all will include delicious wines and beautiful scenery. Bring your blankets and chairs and get ready for an afternoon filled with great music and memories. Doors open at 10:00 a.m., live music starts right away and festivities wrap up at 5:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 per event or $17 if you wish to include a wine tasting. To purchase tickets or find out more, call 843-399-9463 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The full list of Saturday festivals for Oct. and Nov. has not yet been published. Visit their website for the most current information.
Fall is just around the corner and now is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the agreeable weather! One of our favorite things to do in Myrtle Beach in September is attending the weekly Wine Wednesday events hosted by La Belle Amie Vineyard. Each event will include live entertainment, complimentary tours, delicious wines, and scrumptious snacks. Admission is only $10 per person and includes a wine tasting. Call 843-399-9463 for more information or visit the website.
Enjoy an evening with your friends and family listening to live music by a variety of tribute bands at an outdoor amphitheater under the stars. The concert is FREE, appropriate for all ages, and will take place from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Bring your beach chair or blanket and sit back and relax! Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase as coolers and outside food and beverages are not permitted. The Sounds of Summer Concert is held at the Sandhills Bank Amphitheater in the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex in Little River, SC.
Attend the 42nd Annual Aynor Harvest Hoe-Down Festival on September 17th from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. in Aynor, South Carolina! When you’re looking for a fall festival in Myrtle Beach, this event is just 45 minutes away and includes hundreds of arts, crafts, and food vendors, a parade, live music, and children’s entertainment. Admission is FREE. The parade begins at 10:00 a.m., and live music starts at 11:00 a.m. This fall festival is located at the Aynor Town Park at 600 South Main Street, Aynor, SC. Visit their website for more information.
Take a short drive down to Huntington Beach State Park from September 23rd – 25th for the 47th Annual Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival. Huntington Beach State Park is known for its beautiful Atalaya Castle, the historic winter home of Mr. and Mrs. Huntington. The Arts & Crafts Festival takes place in and around the castle and is a fun-filled event for all ages. Enjoy fine art, crafts, delicious food and live music from the Grand Strand’s best musicians! Admission is $10 for adults age 16 and older. Call 843-237-4440 for more information or visit the website.
Head to Brookgreen Gardens any day before November 30th to catch this fall event near Myrtle Beach. The 15th Annual From Chaos to Beloved Community African American fiber artist exhibit follows the theme of envisioning an inclusive future and features 19 pieces with traditional and non-traditional fiber techniques. The traveling exhibit was curated by award-winning textile artist Torreah “Cookie” Washington from Charleston, SC. Visit the Lowcountry Center Auditorium at Brookgreen Gardens to see this impressive and inspiring collection.
A festival that even Forrest Gump would approve of—the 17th Annual Little River ShrimpFest is slated for the weekend of October 8th – 9th from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day at the Historic Little River Waterfront. The weekend will include live entertainment from several popular local bands, a wide array of local arts and crafts vendors, games and activities for children, and—of course—plenty of shrimp. The price of admission is $5 per person, and tickets may be purchased online in advance until Oct. 6th. Kids 12 and under are FREE. Call 843-249-6604 for more information.
Art in the Park is an annual artist-run event held in Myrtle Beach since 1972. Both artists and art lovers come from around the country to view and purchase works of art in a variety of mediums including paintings, sculptures, woodworking, photography, jewelry, fabric, glass, metal, pottery, stone, mixed media and more! Admission is FREE. Art in the Park is held on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Valor Park in Market Common. The address is 1120 Farrow Parkway, Myrtle Beach. Call 843-446-3830 for more information or visit the website.
Opa! Grab your friends (and an empty stomach) and make plans to fill up at one of the tastiest fall festivals in Myrtle Beach this year: the 31st Annual Myrtle Beach Greek Festival hosted by St. John The Baptist Greek Orthodox Church. Indoor and outdoor food options include the area’s finest selection of homemade Greek eats like spanakopita, gyros, souvlaki, pasticcio, and plenty of desserts, of course. Admission is $2 for adults. Kids 10 and under are free. This year’s event will include a shuttle service that runs every 10 minutes. Parking for the shuttle is at Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant at 1401 29th Ave N, Myrtle Beach, SC. The festival address is 3301 N 33rd Ave, Myrtle Beach, SC. Call 843-448-3773 for more information.
The Loris Bog-Off Festival has been a beloved annual event since 1980. Located just 45 minutes from your stay at Coral Beach Resort in Myrtle Beach, this festival is just one of the reasons why Myrtle Beach in October is so enjoyable. Soak up the festive atmosphere and comfortable temperatures while noshing on chicken bog from numerous area chefs. You’ll also find entertainment on two stages, local vendors, and a large kids area! If you’ve never tried this signature southern dish, make a trip on the third Saturday in October to feast. Festival hours are 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Main Street in Loris, SC.
Looking for great food with a great cause? The Annual Taste of the Town event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 18th at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center and promises to be bigger and better than ever! More than 30 area restaurants will present their finest tapas-style creations. Admission is $6 at the door the night of the event. Kids 14 and under are free. All proceeds will benefit St. Andrew’s Catholic School. Taste of the Town will also feature live entertainment, a silent auction, and much more. Call 843-448-6062 or visit the website for more information.
Take a trolley tour of historic Myrtle Beach military locations on select Fridays from September to March. Current availability for November is the 4th, but check the tour calendar for additional dates. The tour includes a catered reception at Tupelo Honey in the Market Common with a presentation by a historic figure who was part of the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base’s heritage. Trolley boarding begins at 1:45 p.m., and the tour lasts about 2 hours. Stops include Warbird Park, the General Robert H. Reed Recreation Center, and the Norton General Aviation Terminal. This is an interesting tour any time of the year but is especially appropriate around Veterans’ Day.
Do you enjoy good brews and good tunes? Then the annual Brew at the Zoo event is calling your name! Enjoy the fantastic fall weather and sip on more than 30 regional craft beers as you peruse the local wildlife exhibits and take in all that Brookgreen Gardens has to offer. The event features live entertainment from The Paul Grimshaw Band, beer tastings included with your admission, and food vendors. The cost of a ticket is $50 per person or $25 for designated drivers, and you must be 21 or older to attend. In the event of rain, Brew at the Zoo will move to Nov. 6th. Call 843-235-6000 or visit the event page for more information.
The annual Veteran’s Day ceremony in Myrtle Beach takes place at the Convention Center. This fall event focuses on the history and future of military service and recognizes veterans from every conflict and branch. Listen to guest speakers, enjoy a brass band performance, and watch as new recruits take their oaths of office to become active duty soldiers. This festive, respectful ceremony is one of the most patriotic things to do in Myrtle Beach all fall. The ceremony begins at 11:00 a.m., but arrive early to enjoy the brass band.
Kick off the holiday season at a tree lighting celebration. The family-friendly event begins at 6:00 p.m. and features live entertainment with special guests. What better time to get everyone in the holiday spirit than as the weather starts turning cool. The tree lighting is followed by a Fireworks Extravaganza at 8:00 p.m. Check the Broadway at the Beach events calendar for more details. While the tree lighting might seem early, Christmas events on the Grand Strand often begin in November.
Timmy Ray’s 15th Annual Oyster Roast is a parking lot bash on 1st Avenue South in North Myrtle Beach. The event begins at 10:00 a.m. and includes live music and a feast of fresh oysters, all emceed by local radio stations. The proceeds of this fall fundraising event go to TR’s Cancer Fighters, a local organization that provides financial assistance to those affected by cancer. Admission is $55 per person. Call 336-202-6190 or visit the TR’s Cancer Fighters website for more information.
Oyster season is almost here – are you ready to indulge in this prime local catch? This event is always a huge hit with locals and visitors alike – and it’s not hard to see why! The fun will take place in the Wicked Tuna parking area along the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk and will offer “all you can eat” oysters while supplies last. There will also be plenty of live entertainment throughout the afternoon, several local vendors, arts and games for the kids and drink specials along the MarshWalk. The 18 Annual Oyster Roast will be held on November 12th from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Myrtle Beach is so much more than a summer paradise—it’s a year-round escape. Book a stay at Coral Beach Resort in September, October, or November, and have a fall vacation to remember. You’ll love staying in the center of it all—and don’t worry, we’ll always have a list of the latest Myrtle Beach events to enjoy during your stay. You’ll discover the fall and winter months still have agreeable weather for many outdoor activities and fall festivals. But, if you catch a chill, count on the resort’s heated pool, spa, and other amenities to put you right back into vacation mode. From must-try winter activities to spring events and summer festivals, Coral Beach Resort in Myrtle Beach is the place to stay and play all year!