With the Fourth of July come and gone, we’ve now reached the unofficial middle point of the tourism season.
Traditionally this is a point in the year where the events begin to slow down and visitors revel in the area’s many great summer-y activities — spending their days on the sand or doing their best to beat the hot summer sun by visiting area water parks and indoor, air conditioned attractions.
But just because it’s hot outside, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t aim to get the most of of your summer vacation. In fact, there’s still plenty of great things to do in Myrtle Beach and lot of awesome events happening around town.
If it’s music you’re into there’s great shows happening this week in a variety of genres ranging from Rock and Country to classic tributes with the awesome 1964: A Beatles Tribute at Alabama Theatre.
Looking for family fun? We’ve got that too. Check out the Surfside Kids Festival and Sunday Serenades or maybe catch some Movies Under The Stars.
Here’s a look at some of the week’s top tourist-friendly events from our Calendar page. You can also visit MyrtleBeachEventsCalendar.com for a look at all the local events from The Sun News, Weekly Surge and Kicks! Entertainment Guide:
Want more events? Check out our Calendar to find more tourist-friendly things to do or visit MyrtleBeachEventsCalendar.com to search all the local events from The Sun News, Weekly Surge and Kicks! Entertainment Guide.