Myrtle Beach in the summertime is the place to be! The average temperature in July is 88 degrees with beautiful blue skies. It’s pretty obvious what the number one thing to do in Myrtle Beach is while on vacation, go to the beach. However, there are plenty of attractions, entertainment and events consistently happening around the Grand Strand. Here’s a rundown of the July events happening in Myrtle Beach.

Music on Main

Main Street in North Myrtle Beach is the place to be this summer. There is live music every Thursday night along with entertainment to make for a great evening. All concerts are free to the public and being at 7:00pm. Bring a beach chair or blanket and find a seat!

Martina McBride at The Alabama Theatre

Are you a country music lover? Martina McBride will be performing at The Alabama Theatre on July 3rd. The concert begins at 7:00pm and is great for all ages. McBride has sold over 18 million albums and had six number one hits! Tickets start at $59.

Movies Under The Stars

Movies Under The Stars is perfect for the entire family and it’s FREE! Come on out to The Market Common on Friday nights with the movie beginning at dusk. Each Friday night there is a different movie selection such as Toy Story, Space Jam and ET. Bring a blanket or chair and relax!

Bill Engvall Performs At The Alabama Theatre

If you’re ready for a night full of entertainment, then you’ll want to check out Bill Engvall on July 12, at The Alabama Theatre. His humor is relatable to everyday life and will be sure to leave you laughing. The show begins at 6:00pm and tickets start at $55.

There are many July events happening in Myrtle Beach this year! Which events do you plan on attending?

Event Summary
July Events and Happenings Around Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach & Surrounding Area,Myrtle Beach,SC
Start Date
July 1, 2015
End Date
July 31, 2015
Events for July 2015 in the Myrtle Beach & surrounding areas. Events include, Music on Main, Martina McBride at The Alabama Theatre, Movies Under The Stars, Bill Engvall Performs At The Alabama Theatre and more.