All the best things to do in Myrtle Beach in October, including a new musical at CCU, Conway Ghost Walk, and the final days of the Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art.
1. Bright Star
Wednesday Oct. 17 – Saturday Oct. 19 at Coastal Carolina University: The CCU Department of Theatre presents Bright Star, a new work with a country and bluegrass score from Academy Award-winner Steve Martin and Grammy-winner Edie Brickell.
2. Conway Ghost Walk
Wednesday Oct. 17 – Saturday Oct. 19 in Downtown Conway: Professional storytellers weave tales of lowcountry haunts through the shadowy streets of Downtown Conway. This Halloween event features storytellers sharing tales that are always spooky, sometimes humorous and guaranteed to become part of your family’s Halloween tradition.
3. The Lords of 52nd Street – Legends of the Billy Joel Band
Thursday, Oct. 17 at the Reserve Golf Club of Pawleys Island: Part of the Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art, the Lords of 52nd Street are Billy Joel’s original band. Their collaboration helped change the face of music. After 30+ years the band has finally reunited. (Other Pawleys Island Festival of Music Arts events this weekend include a Tribute to Michael Bublé on Oct. 18 and Tribute to Classic Soul Tabled Event on Oct. 19.)
4. Georgetown Wooden Boat Show
Thursday, Oct. 19 – 20 on Front Street in historic downtown Georgetown: Stroll around the waterfront Front Street (such a fun place to visit with cool shops & restaurants!) This event features one of the Southeast’s best wooden boat exhibits with more than 100 classic wooden boats displayed on land and water, children’s model boatbuilding, knot tying, maritime art and crafts, food and music.
5. HalloWine Dinner
Wednesday, Oct. 30 at Hook and Barrel: Hook and Barrel is hosting a Spooky Good Time with Wicked Good Wine from Orin Swift Cellars. Enjoy six Courses with Wine & Spirit Pairings along with a costume contest & spooky surprises. Make your reservation now – these usually sell out!
Chime in! What are your favorite things to do in Myrtle Beach in October? Tell us in the comments.