This post is for travelers coming to Myrtle Beach in February.
The beach — in the winter? Yes, the Grand Strand is a great destination any time of year. Off-season trips feature smaller crowds, sunny days, and lots of fun activities.
Here are events you won’t want to miss in Myrtle Beach this February.
February Fun Calendar, Myrtle Beach
Brittain Resorts Classic | Feb. 7-9
It’s a three-round 54-hole golf tournament for pairs. Play some of the Grand Strand’s favorite courses, with lunch and prizes. Cost: $245 per player. The first 150 teams to register are in, and this event usually sells out.
Myrtle Beach Military History Trolley Tour & Catered Reception | Feb. 11
Head to Tupelo Honey at Market Common for a look at a historic military site. This Market Common district was once an Air Force Base and Army Air Corps Field during World War II. Wrap up the tour with a catered reception and presentation from a figure who was part of the site’s path.
One The Show | Feb. 14
Locals and visitors love this production at Alabama Theatre. The experience blends country, gospel, pop, and rock music with family comedy. This venue is famous for flashy costumes, incredible sets, and extraordinary talent.
Romance in the Gardens – Brookgreen Gardens | Feb. 14
Renew your wedding vows in a nondenominational ceremony at Brookgreen Creek. Receive a personalized certificate, professional photograph, and cake reception in Leonard Pavilion. It’s $40 for member couples, $50 for non-member couples, for married couples only.
50’S Dance Party | Feb. 18
It’s the re-creation of the Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper tour, at Alabama Theatre. Enjoy timeless songs such as “That’ll Be The Day,” “La Bamba,” “Chantilly Lace,” and more. John Mueller (Buddy Holly), Linwood Sasser (Big Bopper), and Ray Anthony (Ritchie Valens) electrify.
Horry Georgetown Home Show | Feb. 18-20
Homeowners won’t want to miss this event at Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Enjoy a specialty marketplace, silent auction, adopt a forever friend, and more. There have also been workshops and culinary demonstrations.
Denise Tichenor & Friends Motown Special | Feb. 27
Tichenor takes center stage at Alabama Theatre for a show filled with Motown and other R&B classics. In her 30-year career, Tichenor has led the Bobby Jones Gospel Hour on BET Television Network. She’s a veteran of The South’s Grandest Christmas Show and has appeared in the Gospel Music Encyclopedia.