Myrtle Beach is Back Open for Business After Hurricane Matthew

myrtle-beach-citypage-1Myrtle Beach is back open for business after Hurricane Matthew. Yes there is still clean up to do, but the weather is beautiful and the beach is calming. Most of the venues are open for business – so Come On Down Ya’ll!

This is from MyrtleBeach.com:

Days after Hurricane Matthew rocked the S.C. coast, many Myrtle Beach area hotels and businesses are back in business!

Visitors are advised to check with their individual hotels and rentals to ensure that they’re open, but many of our hotel partners are reporting that they are accepting guests.

Hurricane Matthew brought rain and winds to the Myrtle Beach area, downing trees and causing widespread power outages. Some hotels and attractions sustained minor damage. Sadly, Surfside Pier and Springmaid Pier both sustained major damage in the storm.

For more information on road closures, visit the South Carolina Department of Transportation.

Here are just a few of the upcoming events in Myrtle Beach:

9th Annual Octoberfest at Market Commons.

Friday 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Oktoberfest Beer, Pumpkin Patch, Food, Vendors, Kids Activities including face painting, inflatables and much more! LIve Music by Channelheimer Oompah German band, Bang-A-Rang and Painted Man. Visit the website for event details.

37th Annual Loris Bog-Off

Over 200 craft, retail and food vendors, 35,000 plus in attendance. Chicken Bog Cooking Contest, live music, fireworks, Free concert by National Country Artist, car & tractor show and much more. Come visit Loris for a day of fun. Free to the public.

Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival

Hosted by the Myrtle Beach Downtown Redevelopment Corporation and the City of Myrtle Beach, the 2016 Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival is a destination event that will celebrate the multitude of local seafood restaurants and eateries along the Grand Strand!

The festival will be free to attend and in addition to a variety of seafood vendors, will offer kid-friendly activities, live entertainment, a beer & wine garden and corn hole tournament hosted by Coastal Tailgating.

Jim Quick & Coastline will be the opening entertainment performing from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The legendary group from Atlanta, Georgia known world wide as The Tams will headline the event from 5-7 p.m. Various artist will perform in between these incredible music icons.

Rock Back the Clock Music Festival

Oct. 15 – Rock Back The Clock Fest

La Belle Amie Vineyard’s
Rock Back The Clock Fest

Oct. 15, 2016
Little River, SC    10am-6pm

An afternoon of music, non-stop, from two talented bands.   Sunshine and salty ocean breezes to keep you comfortable.  Delicious outdoor cooking and a beautiful natural venue to help you relax/enjoy.  Plenty of fans and seating under the cabanas or the pavilion, on the decks or on the porches. The perfect place to enjoy a little wine and lots of friendly folks.   Grab a friend (or two) and head our way for a unique afternoon experience.  Bring a portable chair, or use one of ours if you arrive early enough.

ADMISSION:  $8.  Bring two canned/non-perishable items for the food bank and receive a $3 discount.

FOOD (12pm -4:00pm):  London Broil,  Smokin’ Pitt BBQ, and Sticky Fingers.   Cheese & Fruit trays available!

LIVE MUSIC (12:00-5:00 pm):  Carolina Midnight Band AND BY  LATITUDE

BEVERAGES by La Belle Amie Vineyard:  Wine, beer, water, sodas, and juices

Call us today for your beach vacation rentals and come join the fun.  We have pet friendly rentals available.

Oceanfront Condo Rentals
2311 South Ocean Boulevard
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577‎
(843) 236-6623
oceanfrontcondorentals.com