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Events in Myrtle Beach This November

If you’ve ever taken a Myrtle Beach vacation in November, there’s likely a nice memory attached.

Autumn is prime time for a visit to the Grand Strand. Most of the activities you enjoy in the summer are still on tap. But the weather is cooler, the crowds are smaller, and the fun is still full-throttle.

It’s a great time to relax, too.

Tips for Attending Fall Events

We’ll start with some advice on how to make the most of the festival fun. A handful of thoughtful choices make a big difference.

  1. Carry cash

You’ll want a small carry-all, such as a fanny pack, and a bit of cash. More places take plastic, but festivals often don’t.

  1. Check these two things

Hours and the weather. No one wants to show up after closing or suffer through fall breezes in summer attire.

  1. Know that there are special-needs considerations

Parents of special needs children should know that some events center around kids. Others give consideration to them. Don’t be afraid to ask!

Coastal Carolina Men’s Soccer

Nov. 1, 7 p.m.

CCU Soccer Stadium, Conway

It’s your last chance to see the Chanticleers compete in the regular season. They’ll take on their Sun Belt rival, Georgia Southern.


PRO TIP: Enjoy pregaming at 810 Billiards & Bowling – Conway. Have a beer, play pool, and share some fabulous appetizers.

Step into Christmas with Elton John Tribute Show

Nov. 3, 10, 17; 7 p.m.

GTS Theatre

Spend a pleasant fall evening with Elton John impressionist Bill Connors. It’s a holiday twist on the theatre’s high-energy, entertaining mainstay. Connors has mastered Captain Fantastic’s mannerisms and nuances in this one-of-a-kind show.


PRO TIP: Before the show, toss darts and have a drink and sushi at Klocker’s Tavern (4807 U.S. Highway 17 Bypass South). It’s open late, too.

Microphone with a Christmas theme background

I Love Seafood Fest

Nov. 5-6

Burroughs & Chapin Pavilion Place

The area is famous for seafood. This is a celebration of that! Enjoy seafood cuisine’s artistic and social traditions, with music and a feel-good mood. Learn how to make seafood favorites healthier, too.


PRO TIP: Before or after you visit the festival, have a walk on the nearby 2nd Avenue Pier. Come to cast a line in the morning if you have your tackle.

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