August in Myrtle Beach is packed with festivals and events happening around town. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for fun events and festivals, concerts, parties, or family-friendly activities. There is something for everyone! Here is a rundown of the top events and things to do in Myrtle Beach in August.
SummerFest! | Nightly Through August 28, 2022 | 7PM – 10PM
Barefoot Landing hosts its annual SummerFest! every night this summer with free concerts, a fireworks show every Monday, entertainment by America’s Got Talent’s Nike Pike, and roaming characters and superheroes. This is a free, family-friendly event!
Great American Summer Nights | Nightly Through August 31, 2022 | 6PM – 10PM
Join Broadway at the Beach for something new and exciting every night this summer! Catch a free fireworks show every Tuesday, live musical performances, LED dancers parading around the complex, and dance parties with Mr. Nigel.
Myrtle Beach Pelicans Baseball | August 2-7; 9-14 & 23-28, 2022 | Call for Times
Cheer on our home team at a Myrtle Beach Pelicans game this month! There’s fun every night including Tacos and Tall Boys on Tuesdays, Weiner Wednesdays, Dinosaur Night, Thirsty Thursdays, Touch a Truck and Sunday Fundays.
Summer Light : Art By Night | Wednesdays & Fridays through August 13, 2022 | 6PM – 10PM
Brookgreen Gardens invites you to a special lights display this month with ten different lighting installations, 800 chandeliers, Conway glass displays and a children’s area. Enjoy live music and snacks from local food trucks as you experience the gardens like never before.
Music on Main Concert Series | Every Thursday in August 2022 | 7PM
Bring your beach chair and sit along Main Street as you listen to live music all month long! The Music on Main Concert Series continues this August with music from Painted Man, Chocolate Chip & Co., Jim Quick & Coastline, and The Entertainers.
Myrtle Beach World Am | August 29- September 2, 2022 | Times Vary
Nearly 3,000 golfers will flock to Myrtle Beach for the 39th World Amateur Tournament to play golf and celebrate at the famous 19th Hole. 50 Myrtle Beach area golf courses will host one of the largest golf events in the world.