Why you should visit Myrtle Beach in September
If you’re looking for a great, relaxing getaway without the summer crowds, September is a fabulous time for a Myrtle Beach vacation.
Fall weather begins to descend on the Grand Strand in September, bringing cooler nights after still-hot days. Temperatures reach into the 80’s during the days but dip into the 60’s at night — perfect beach weather. Ocean temperatures remain in the 70’s and 80’s so you can still enjoy a swim in the Atlantic.
September kicks off the fall festival season in Myrtle Beach with many great events for the whole family. Foodies will love the Greek Festival as well as the Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival, while other popular weekly events wrap up at the beginning of the month.
Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival, Sept. 2-4
As the name suggests, the Beach, Boogie & BBQ Festival is all about food, music and fun. This year, Top Chef All-Stars winner Richard Blais will be available for a meet-and-greet. Check out the
Greek Festival, Sept. 23-25
Celebrating its 20th year in Myrtle Beach, this wildly popular festival features Greek music and dancers, arts and crafts vendors, and children