Fun in the sun and around town? That’s certainly a feasible plan when you visit the Grand Strand this April. Spring is heating up and there are tons of things to do.
From volleyball to amazing concerts, Myrtle Beach has all you need.
Visit websites and call ahead if you make add these to your itinerary. In case there are changes. Enjoy the run-up to summer on the Grand Strand!
It’s not summer — but it feels better than winter. As you embark on Myrtle Beach this spring, remember a hoodie and sunscreen. Here are tips to get you by.
Lifehack: Use it to extract moisture from your hair and skin so that sand won’t stick to you. It’s extremely effective between your toes and other hard-to-reach places.
Don’t wait until you arrive at the beach. Also, get the spray-on type so you can spritz and go more often.
They’re suitable to stow jewelry or little hair ties. Also, medications you might need, such as aspirin.
April 2-3, John T. Rhodes Myrtle Beach Sports Center
This new tournament is open to USAV, AAU, and JVA volleyball teams. Age divisions are 10U-18U, open, and club. Team registration: $395.
April 7-9, Kingston Plantation Condos
Catch eight events for Pittsburgh Steelers fanatics from all over. Enjoy drinks, food, music, and more.
April 8-10, John T. Rhodes Myrtle Beach Sports Center
Bring your team or come catch awesome hoops play. It’s for elite, competitive, and developmental teams, boys and girls. Third through 12th Three-game guarantee. $250 entry fee.
April 11, Myrtle Beach Convention Center
It’s one of two national conventions for senior and mature adults for fellowship. Join in for singing, laughing, and preaching.
April 24, House of Blues
It’s a heavy-metal spectacular, with three rockin’ bands:
Tickets start at $49.
April 29-30, Myrtle Beach Convention Center
Women of Joy Conference events attract thousands for life-changing ministry. Worship leader and singer Jed Bayes will perform.
April 30, Alabama Theatre
Experience this legendary band, performing in its fifth decade. No other act has had more top-10 hits or sold more concert tickets and records from 1969 to 1974. Tickets: $41-$60.
For neat and comfortable lodgings on the beach, Compass Cove delivers. Cordial staff and fantastic amenities could make this your go-to for getaways. Compass Cove is also a terrific location for your family reunion or other group meetings. Discover how, and secure your Myrtle Beach getaway today.