It’s spooky season on the Grand Strand and there are enough fun events to fill the Great Pumpkin! Many travelers and locals want to know “Where can I go trick-or-treating in Myrtle or North Myrtle Beach?” or about Myrtle Beach Halloween Events. Whether you are trick or treating with kids, looking for family fun, or for an exciting night out on the town, you’re sure to have a ghoulishly good time!
Friday, October 28th:
The Monster Mash on Millpond 5-7pm, Conway– Bring the whole family for this festive and free family Halloween event. They have everything from games, pumpkin carving (OH MY GOURD!), food, and more! Click here for more info: Conway SFC
Lowcountry Lore – Ghost and Legends of the Grand Strand 7:30-9:30pm (FRIDAY & SATURDAY), Barefoot Queen Riverboat – Get ready for some “real” ghost stories, legends, and folklore of the Grand Strand! Hear about the famous spirits you may know and many who are recent haunts in the area. Leigh S. King, paranormal expert will be there on this (blood) vessel to deliver chilling and historical stories. Low Country Lore
The Annual Hallow’s Eve Bash 7-10pm, Valor Memorial Garden, Market Common – If you’ve got #SquadGhouls, this exciting adult-only event for costumed adults over 21 is for you. Beer, wine, a costume contest, live DJ, photo booths, and prizes. You can “trick-or-tequila” or summon your favorite “spirit”! Hallow’s Eve Bash
Saturday, October 29th:
BooFest at Barefoot Landing 12-4pm; movie at 7pm – This super fun family event will have street performers, a dance party with live DJ, kids and pets costume contests, and they’ll be showing Hocus Pocus at the Dockside Village Amphitheater (it’s better than Romeo and Ghouliet!). It’s going to be a blast! Barefoot Landing
Spooky Spirits Festival 12-5pm – Le Belle Amie Vineyards – Live music from two local groups enhances the perfect day of sampling excellent wine, beer, and great food (-and boos!). Le Belle Amie Vineyard
The Annual Halloween Bash on The Avenue – 7pm – “The Avenue” at Broadway at the Beach – This huge adults-only Halloween party features a very popular costume contest (if you’ve got it – HAUNT it!) with amazing costumes, a live DJ, and drink specials from all the bars and restaurants. “Boo, Felicia!”
Howl-O-Scream – North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex, 5-9pm – One of the most popular Halloween events for kids and families, Howl-O-Scream is a spooky season fixture in North Myrtle Beach. You don’t have to be Witch and famous to enjoy the hay rides, trick or treating, music, marshmallow and smores making, and more! Howl-O-Scream
Halloween – Monday, October 31st:
Hometown Halloween at the Market Common – 5-7 pm trick or treaters will love getting candy from all the vendors while checking out everyone’s costumes. There’s even a spooky carriage ride and Monster Mash dance party! Fangtastic!
Barefoot Landing – 5-7pm
Broadway at the Beach – 4:30-6:30
Be sure to get dressed up and head out to one of the fun events this Halloweekend! No matter what you choose, it will be fa-boo-lous!
Jason Coker is originally from the metropolis of Burlington, NC and is passionate about vacation experiences. An aficionado of music, sports, and all things geeky, Jason spends his free time performing music in several brass groups in the Myrtle Beach area, grilling out, and relaxing with his son, daughter, and lovely wife, Amy. He is also the undisputed “Pun-kin-King of Halloween!
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