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Things to do in June in Myrtle Beach


June is the official start of summer here in Myrtle Beach! There is so much going on here and rooms are filling up fast, so if you haven’t booked yet, do so today!



There are a variety of activities going on along the Grand Strand. The following are some that we are most excited about:



Parties




  • Therapy Oceanfront Pool Party (every Sunday this summer!)



Concerts




  • Greg Bates at the Boathouse – June 2


  • Vince Gill at the Alabama Theatre – June 8


  • Summerland Tour with Everclear, Live, Sponge and Filter at the HOB – June 8


  • Saliva at the Boathouse – June 9


  • Tru Sol at Plyer Park – June 11


  • Little Big Town at the HOB – June 13


  • Josh Turner at the Alabama Theatre – June 14


  • The Lacs at the Boathouse – June 16


  • The Austin Mowery Band at Plyer Park – June 18


  • Umphrey’s McGee at the HOB – June 22


  • Shooter Jennings at the Boathouse – June 23


  • The Dirty Heads and Expendables at the HOB – June 26


  • Chase Rice at the HOB – June 29


  • Bubba Sparxxx at the Boathouse – June 30



Festivals and Special Events




  • Rivertown Wine-Around – June 1


  • Annual Corvettes at Myrtle Beach Car Show – June 1


  • American Pie Oldies Music Fest at La Belle Amie – June 8


  • First Blush of Summer Fest at La Belle Amie – June 22


  • Art in the Park at Chapin Park – June 22-23


  • Conway Riverfest  - June 29



Fireworks




  • Barefoot Landing – June 3, 10, 17 and 24


  • Broadway at the Beach – June 4, 11, 18, 21, 25, and 28


  • Boardwalk – June 5, 12, 19 and 26


  • Pelicans Baseball Game (fireworks following the game) – June 13, 16 and 30



To view all hotel BLUE events, visit our events page and to view all these Myrtle Beach area events and more, view our Myrtle Beach events page.


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