This weekend in Myrtle Beach (3/13/20): Wear green & check out St. Patrick’s Day festivities

Some of these events have been canceled or postponed. Please refer to the links for individual updates from each organizer. You can read updates on all closings & information in the Myrtle Beach area on

Green beer
green beer at King Street Grille

If you’re in the mood for green beer, you have the luck of the Irish on your side this weekend!

Taste Jameson Irish Whiskey

What: Jameson tastings around town
Why: March is a good time to try Irish Whiskey
When & Where: A sampling of Jameson tastings around town include:

  • Thursday: Liberty Tap Room at 6pm, Jimmigans at 7pm, and Grumpy Monk at 8:15pm
  • Friday: Bumsteads at 7pm, Atlas Taphouse at 8pm, & Ole Irish Bar & Grill at 9pm
  • Saturday: Bumsteads Pub at 4pm, Ole Irish Bar & Grill at 5pm, Beach House Bar & Grill at 6pm, RipTydz at 7pm, Soho Steak & Sushi at 8pm, and Tin Roof at 9pm
  • Sunday: Dagwoods Delhi at 5:30pm, Malibu Surf Club at 8:15pm, and Oz Nightclub at 9:30pm

Get social at Boots & Bronze

What: CCU Alumni Association is hosting the 4th annual Boots & Bronze fundraiser
Why: Your ticket includes entry into the reverse raffle with a chance to win $5,000, a southern style dinner, live music by Stevie Mac, drinks by Crafty Rooster, a fabulous selection of silent auction items and more.
Where: exclusive West Zone suite of Brooks Stadium at CCU
When: Friday, March 13th
Go: Purchase tickets online at:

Hit up the Irish Festival at The Market Common

What: The 10th annual Irish Fest is happening in Valor Park this weekend.
Why: Families love to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the annual Myrtle Beach Irish Fest! Enjoy food, craft beer, live music, family entertainment, kids’ zone, & vendors.
Where: The Market Common
When: Saturday, March 14th
Go: Event details at

Head to the North Myrtle Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade

What: The 2020 North Myrtle Beach Parade and Festival kicks off on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach. Following the parade is the St. Patrick’s Day Festival with three stages of live music and a children’s area with rides and amusements. Crafts, services, information, products and treats will be on display from approximately 150 vendors.
Why: This family-friendly event has been popular for 32 years!
Where: Main Street in North Myrtle Beach
When: Saturday, March 14th
Go: Event details at

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, y’all!

Tour pretty homes

What: The Franklin G. Burroughs Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum of Myrtle Beach hosts the 20th annual Spring Tour of Homes
Why: Skip the Irish Festivals and tour pretty homes for interior decorating inspiration instead. It’s always a fun time, and supports a wonderful local museum!
Where: Five homes in Myrtle Beach, beginning with a luncheon at the Dunes Golf and Beach Club
When: Saturday, March 14
Go: Tickets are $50 in advance, $55 on event day. Event details (and photos of some of the homes you can see!) on

Get your tickets now for the VIP celebration at Brookgreen Gardens

What: The Friends of Brookgreen Gardens is hosting an exclusive VIP Premiere Celebration for the opening of Bruce Munro at Brookgreen: Southern Light.
Why: Be one of the first to see this spectacular exhibit while enjoying wonderful entertainment, food, and fun and meet world renowned artist Bruce Munro.
Where: Brookgreen Gardens
When: Saturday, April 4th
Go: Event details & tickets available online at

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