Spring has sprung on the Grand Strand in a big way. Surfside Beach loves its reputation as a vacation destination and the town and surrounding areas offer plenty of activities this time of year giving visitors a wealth of entertainment options. If you are in town for a visit and manage to drag yourself away from our lovely beaches, check out a few of these upcoming events and attractions perfect for springtime.
May 8th-17th: Myrtle Beach Bike Week
Bikers start your engines! Myrtle Beach has been kicking off the riding season for the last 76 years with plenty of events for bikers including cruising some of the Grand Strand’s greatest routes, and of course the chance to see some stunning machines.
May 16th: Military Appreciation Days Parade
the Grand Strand honors its veterans every year by putting on a full months worth of events each May. This year’s parade will be a great way to show our services members how proud we are of them. The parade kicks off at 10:30 AM and the route follows Ocean Blvd. from 27th Ave North to 9th Ave. North.
Myrtle Beach Pelicans Baseball
The Pelicans are bringing their exciting brand of baseball to Myrtle Beach this spring with 14 home games at TicketReturn.com Field. With a maximum ticket price of $15.00, catching a game is a great option for a family outing.
There is a reason Myrtle Beach is known as a world-class golf destination. With over 100 courses, many designed by the top names in the game, there are plenty of options for golfers. With the opening of a new peak season, many courses are offering fantastic specials leading to great prices on some of the best courses.
Broadway at the Beach
This one stop fun shop is the place to spend the day if you’re looking for entertainment for the whole family. Visit the Broadway Grand Prix for some go-kart excitement, Myrtle Waves to play in the waves, Ripley’s Aquarium for an undersea adventure, or take in a show at Legends in Concert.
Take in great views of the Intracoastal Waterway while enjoying some of the finest shopping and entertainment in the region. From shops selling fancy jewelry to casual beach wear, Barefoot Landing has it all. After dark, grab tickets see the many nationally known acts that pass through The House of Blues or grab dinner and drinks at one of the 14 restaurants on the property.