Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Myrtle Beach Weekly Events Rundown: July 22 – 28
Catch the Ricky Mokel Comedy Show at The Alabama Theatre this week!

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Myrtle Beach Weekly Events Rundown: July 22 – 28



July is well underway, and the Grand Strand is hoppin’ with tons of fun family-friendly events!

If you’re looking to watch a sky filled with fireworks, Broadway at the Beach  & Barefoot Landing  have you covered. Or if you’re more of the indoors-y type, then there’s plenty of great theatre productions and variety shows still being performed along the Grand Strand. 

Get out and enjoy yourself with our handy guide below to help you along the way. Be sure to visit our events page for more information on upcoming events and attractions.

Join Barefoot Landing each night between now and August 31 for SummerFest! Each night, Barefoot Landing will be hosting a variety of free, family-friendly entertainment including live music, stilt walkers, magicians, fireworks, and more!

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Make your way to Broadway at the Beach any evening from now until September 1 for Great American Summer Nights! This family-friendly festival features all kinds of cool entertainment including fire dancers, stiltwalkers, live music, magicians, dancers, fireworks, and more!

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Enjoy a fun fireworks show at Barefoot Landing at 10 p.m. on Monday night. 

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Broadway at the Beach will be hosting an awesome fireworks show on Tuesday, July 23 at 10 p.m. 

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See live music in a gorgeous setting at the Brookgreen Summer Music Festival! This week’s lineup features live music from Unsafe Space Band on Wednesday, July 24; the Paul Grimshaw Band on Thursday, July 25; Toucha Grey on Friday, July 26; and the Trip Rogers Band on Saturday, July 27. 

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Pawleys Island Kayak Race

Pawleys Island Kayak Race

Thursday, July 25, 2019 @ 12:00 pm

Show off your kayaking skills in the annual Kayak Race hosted by the Town of Pawleys Island on Thursday, July 25. Races will include single, tandem, and paddleboard races for children and adults. Don’t have your own kayak? Rent one from Surf the Earth! The cost is $10 to race. 

Pawleys Island Pavilion Park

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Looking for a laugh this weekend? Check out The Ricky Mokel Comedy Show at The Alabama Theatre! Mokel, who is portrayed by the Alabama Theatre’s resident comedian, Gran Turner, is known as a “loveable, gifted idiot” whose comedy is great for all ages. 

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