Another summer has passed and fall is knocking on the door…but that doesn’t mean the fun stops here in Myrtle Beach! September is a favorite month to visit The Coral Beach Resort for many of our guests. The weather is still nice, the kids are back to school, and the Myrtle Beach area activities are still endless and fun! So sit back, relax (and maybe start packing your vacation bags) because we’ve put together a list for you of the best things to do in Myrtle Beach in September.
Dog Days Blues and Jazz Festival – September 16
While the “dog days of summer” are drifting away, this blues and jazz festival sure brings the heat! Located just north at the La Belle Amie Vineyard in Little River, this festival features live entertaining from local performers, seasonal wine samples, and complimentary tours of the beautifully scenic vineyard. Bring your own blankets and chairs and come relax for an afternoon filled with great music and great memories. Tickets for this event are $8 but you can receive $3 off by bringing a canned food item. To purchase tickets or for more information, call (843) 399-9463.
Wine Fest – September 16
The 7th Annual Myrtle Beach Wine Fest is back! This popular wine tasting event is taking place September 16 in Valor Park at The Market Common, less than a 10-minute drive from The Coral Beach Resort! Featuring samples of over 50 wines from around the world, cold beer, and some awesome live entertainment. Admission is free but the wine samples are “pay as you go” with each guest required to purchase a $5 wine glass in order to enjoy the samples. The Wine fest starts at 11am and will go until 7pm, the perfect time for you to then go and grab a bite at one of The Market Common’s 10 delicious restaurants. As far as things to do in Myrtle Beach in September, this event is sure to not disappoint!
Brew at the Zoo – September 29
Put on each year by Brookgreen Gardens, Brew at the Zoo is easily one of the favorite things to do in Myrtle Beach during the fall! Go and taste over 30 regional and national craft beers, listen to live music by The Paul Grimshaw Band, and compete in some friendly games of giant Jenga and Cornhole! If you are worried about getting hungry, three food trucks with a variety of choices will be there as well. The event will last from 5:30pm – 8:30pm. Tickets are $45 and $20 for guests as designated drivers, to purchase call 843-235-6000.