If you're visiting Myrtle Beach during Labor Day weekend then you're in luck! Myrtle Beach and its surrounding cities and towns offer plenty of fun and exciting Labor Day weekend options to satisfy your food, drink and fun cravings. Take a look below for more information on what the Grand Strand has to offer.
Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival
The 12th Annual Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival is held at the Horry Georgetown Technical College Conference Center at the Market Common in Myrtle Beach on Friday, September 1 and Saturday, September 2. The event is more than just a get-together of friends and great food; the festival is an Official BBQ Championship of South Carolina and is sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society. There will be live music, a wing competition and tasting, food vendors, a car show, and, of course, a BBQ competition and tasting. And admission to the festival is free!
Coastal Uncorked is an exciting drink and food event held right next to Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach. The festival spans over the entire Labor Day weekend, starting Friday, September 1 and ending Sunday, September 3. There will be a mixology competition between local bartenders, craft beer sampling, desserts, Boar’s Head brand hot dogs, and wine tasting. Tickets to Coastal Uncorked are available online.
La Belle Amie Vineyard
The Little River Vineyard will feature their Labor Day Saturday Celebration on Saturday, September 2. The family-friendly event offers live music, great food, and wine! Admission is $5, but if you bring two canned/dry good food items, admission is reduced by $3.
SummerFest! at Barefoot Landing
This summer-long entertainment event at the Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach ends Labor Day weekend. You can catch free, live entertainment, music, kid’s activities, dance demonstrations, jugglers, stilt walkers, princess and super hero meet-and-greets, and much more throughout Barefoot Landing every night starting at 7 p.m.
Broadway at the Beach’s own Summer Nights entertainment series also concludes Labor Day weekend. The nightly series includes free entertainment, live music, comedians, strolling entertainment, and performers from across the country.
Hot Summer Nights
The final weekend for Hot Summer Nights on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk concludes Labor Day weekend. You can enjoy free, family-friendly activities and entertainment with an ocean-front view!
There’s no cost of admission to watching the sky light up with fireworks!
Barefoot Landing- Saturday, September 2, 9:30 PM
Broadway at the Beach- Sunday, September 3, 10:00 PM