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Myrtle Beach Events Roundup: March

Whether you are coming to the area for a Spring Break vacation or you are just chasing warmer weather, March in Myrtle Beach is an exciting time. Daylight savings hits and the weather is finally warming up, giving you the perfect opportunity to get out and enjoy everything that the Myrtle Beach area has to offer. From festive St. Patrick’s Day events to an exciting beer festival – you are sure to find something to please everyone in your group. Enjoy our roundup of March’s top events and check a few out during your stay!


St. Patrick’s Day Events

St. Patrick’s Day is a big deal in Myrtle Beach and you won’t have to look far to find a way to celebrate. Commemorate all things Irish and enjoy a day full of live music, festive fare, and Irish beer. Check out these themed events that are taking place around Myrtle Beach and find the perfect place to go green with your family!


6th Annual Beer Festival

Head to the Myrtle Beach House of Blues to take part in the 6th Annual Beer Festival. This popular festival will showcase more than 80 beers from around the globe and guests can sample as many as they like for only $35 / person. The event will also feature several food options and live music. There will be two time slots for the event, one from 2pm – 5pm and a later one from 6pm – 9pm. Call (843) 272-3000 for more information.



Gather your family and head to the Beach Church Auditorium for a classic rendition of Cinderella. This beloved fairytale has been a favorite for over 50 years and it is coming to life March 27th – 30th. The Coastal Youth Ballet is hosting this exhilarating event and is proud to host special guest Kirk Henning for the role of the Prince. This theatrical event is perfect for guests of all ages! Tickets may be purchased in advance by calling (843) 651-2006.

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