Spend Labor Day Weekend in Myrtle Beach

Spend Labor Day Weekend in Myrtle Beach

School is beginning shortly for many students and what a better way to end the summer than to spend Labor Day weekend in Myrtle Beach! With endless activities to do in the area, there is no way that you or your kids will get bored. From fireworks to live entertainment there is something for everyone in the family to do. Staying at Sandy Beach Oceanfront Resort can keep you where the fun and excitement is happening! Make this getaway as part of your yearly traditions as you make new memories with the kids or even grandkids this year.

Fireworks Galore

Spend Labor Day Weekend in Myrtle Beach

Head over to Barefoot Landing on Saturday, September 1st at 10:00 pm for some lights in the sky. There are other places around Myrtle Beach that will have other fireworks displays for you and your family to enjoy. At Plyler Park you can enjoy fireworks on September 1st at 10:00 pm. So head there and grab a quick bite to eat and enjoy the show while munching on some snacks. On Sunday, September 2nd there will be a firework display at 10:00 pm at Broadway at the Beach. There is no better way to celebrate the holiday than with fireworks and family!

Live Music & Entertainment

Want something that the whole family can enjoy then head to Broadway at the Beach on Sunday, September 2nd from 7 pm to 10 pm. You will get to enjoy face painters, fire dancers and more. SummerFest at Barefoot Landing will allow you to enjoy live music, entertainers, balloon making and so much more. And finally head to Plyler Park for their final Hot Summer Nights which includes family-friendly entertainment and live music. Don’t miss these free events for you and family to enjoy while on vacation!

Beach It

Spend Labor Day Weekend in Myrtle Beach

One of the best things about coming to Myrtle Beach is spending a day or two on the beach. Kick back, relax and listen to the kids playing in the waves or sand. Read a book, pack a lunch to eat on the beach under an umbrella and enjoy the last bits of summer. Take a walk along the beach in the evening to see the sunset or collect seashells with the kids. Make new memories with the ones you love before heading back home.

While there are many other events and things you could be enjoying while on vacation, heading down before school is what every family need. If you are still looking for an oceanfront condo for that weekend, we do still have availability. We can’t wait for you to come and help us celebrate Labor Day this year!

 

Don’t Miss the Free Movies & Carriage Rides at Market Common

Vacationing families, especially those with children, will appreciate knowing not everything has to cost money when you take a vacation to the Myrtle Beach area! The ever-popular Movies Under the Stars held at dusk every Friday night through August 25 at The Market Common is a good example of that as are the free carriage rides!

Don't Miss the Free Movies & Carriage Rides at Market Common

Valor Park on Market Common’s ground is a great place to watch family-friendly movies from 9-11 p.m. no matter what age you are! Just bring a blanket or chair!

Here’s the movie schedule for the remaining weeks of summer. Movies are cancelled in the event of rain.

July 28: Zootopia

August 4: Disney’s Moana

August 11: Back to the Future – PG-13

August 18: Monsters University

August 25: The Addams Family

 

Don't Miss the Free Movies & Carriage Rides at Market Common

There are also Free Carriage Rides from 6-9 p.m. that begin and end in front of Dolce Lusso Salon at Market Common, 3050 Howard Ave., Myrtle Beach. Come shop, dine and finish your evening with a leisurely carriage ride through The Market Common. Here is the upcoming schedule:

Thursday, Aug 3 from 6-9 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug 8 from 6-9 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug 15 from 6-9 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug 22 from 6-9 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug 29 from 6-9 p.m.

Located at 4017 Deville Street in Myrtle Beach, Market Common is an upscale experience that offers art galleries, boutiques, movie theatres, restaurants, night clubs, gift shops, specialty shops and so much more.