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Myrtle Beach Events: November
The holiday season is officially upon us. Embrace this festive time of year by attending some of the local Myrtle Beach events during the month of November. Curious about what the area has to offer? Take a look at our top recommendations:
Souper Supper | November 2nd | Valor Park at Market Common
Nothing says “fall” quite like a satisfying serving of soup and you can get your fill at the Annual Souper Supper fundraiser on Sunday, November 2nd at Market Common. This palate pleasing event will feature more than 50 restaurants from across the Grand Strand. Participants will be serving up their tastiest soup samples in hopes on winning one of the grand prizes. Guests pay just $10 admission and are allowed unlimited samples. Proceeds benefit the culinary program at Horry Georgetown Tech. the festival runs from 12pm – 3pm and tickets may be purchased in advance or the day of. Call (846) 626-7444 for more information.
33rd Annual Dickens Christmas Festival | November 13th – 16th | Myrtle Beach Convention Center
The Dickens Christmas Festival is a holiday tradition to many locals and visitors alike and is fun for the entire family. Guests to this exciting annual event can stock up on holiday essentials and gifts at the Victorian Holiday Marketplace, held in the expansive 100,000 square foot exhibition hall at the convention center. Vendors from across the region will be present selling everything from handmade jewelry and art to specialty food items and decorations – and everything in between. There will also be live entertainment, strolling Victorian musicians, historical exhibits, a silent auction, and appearances from Santa. Admission is only $9.50 for adults or $4.50 for children and multi-day passes are available for only $14. Call (843) 488-9483 for more information.
20th Annual Tree Lighting | November 22nd | Broadway at the Beach
Kick off the Christmas spirit at the 22nd Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at Broadway at the Beach. This celebratory event will feature live musical and dancing performances from local talent, the tree lighting ceremony, and a fireworks show to wrap everything up. The fun kicks off at 6pm and is a great way to get out and enjoy dinner at Broadway and then some well deserved time with family afterwards. The tree lighting ceremony is free to attend; guests can call (800) 386-4662 for more information.