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With the end of Summer quickly approaching and Fall just around the corner, be sure to check out these upcoming festivals in Horry County. Each offering a unique experience of food, live entertainment and community fun.
What’s better than drinks, live music and FREE general admission? Check out the Coastal Sounds Oceanfront Concert on Saturday, August 3, right on Ocean Boulevard in the heart of Myrtle Beach. For only $25, you can have a VIP experience which includes two drink tickets, access to the private VIP lounge and a private premium viewing area. Headliners include well-known artists like Cassaddee Pope and Sister Hazel.
Coastal Sounds Oceanfront Concert
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Aynor Harvest Hoe-down
Featuring over 140 craft booths, entertainment, food, and games, the Aynor Harvest Hoe-down is the perfect Fall festival that the whole family can enjoy. Beginning with a parade at 10:00 AM on September 21st and live music all day at the Aynor Town Park Shelter, this event is truly a big time in a small town. If you’re looking for something fun and different to do this Fall, head up to Aynor for this tradition-filled event.
Little River Shrimp Fest
Located on the historic Little River waterfront, the 15th annual Little River Shrimp Fest from October 12-13, is without a doubt a unique experience that has something for everyone. With a children’s area, face painting, stilt walkers, balloon artists, 2 stages of live music, and almost 150 vendors, the festival brings in all walks of life. All this paired with fresh seafood served by the local waterfront restaurants leaves everyone with a one of a kind experience.
Little River ShrimpFest
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Loris Bog-Off Festival
A well-known Southern local specialty, Chicken Bog is a spicy combination of rice, chicken, sausage and pepper. The festival began in 1980 as a Chicken Bog cooking contest and has evolved into the event it is today with over 200 vendors, two stages of entertainment and a children’s area. Scheduled for October 19, the stages feature performances from local dance schools, school choruses and local bands and a festival finale that has fireworks and a free concert from a national act. Head to Loris, South Carolina for a fun-filled day with delicious Bog and plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy.
If you’re looking for something different to due this Summer and Fall, check out these festivals and have a day to remember!