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The annual North Carolina Yam Festival is just a short drive north of Myrtle Beach. And it’s all about yams!
Bring the kids along to this free interactive event featuring emergency vehicles, trash trucks and big rigs. Plus there will be food, bouncy houses, carousel rides, a petting zoo and more!
Every Saturday in October is FREE family movie night at Barefoot Landing! Grab the kids and head to barefoot for free face painting, a bounce house and a movie.
The Lettermen is a vocal harmony group that will be performing at Alabama Theatre on October 22nd at 7:00pm.
Join the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in a walk around Broadway at the Beach to remember and acknowledge the ways in which suicide and mental illness have affected our lives and our loved ones.
Local and nationally renowned magician and illusionist Carl Michael will be bringing his spectacular and breath-taking performance to the Landmark Resort in Myrtle Beach. He was recently named Grand Strand Magician of the Year by the Myrtle Beach Herald and the Carolina Forest Chronicle for his spectacular shows.
Michael will be performing multiple times a week throughout the summer at the oceanfront resort, said Matt Klugman of Landmark Resort.
“Michael is extremely well-known along the Grand Strand and across the country. We are very excited for him to be performing at our resort.”
The Carl Michael Grand Illusion and Magic show will be open to the public and guests. Tickets will be $20 for adults and $10 for kids. Guests at any of the Vacation Myrtle Beach resorts will get $5 off each ticket with their Vacation Members Benefits Card, said Klugman.
This show will be an exciting extra amenity for Vacation Myrtle Beach resort guests as well as an ongoing show available for locals and Myrtle Beach visitors.
Michael has performed for celebrities, charities, at military bases, on cruise ships and Fortune 500 companies. He is very well sought after all over the country and we are lucky to have him, said Klugman.
“His show will leave you wondering, how did he do that?” said Klugman. “His shows are pretty amazing and the whole family will enjoy it.”
Michael makes a point of involving the audience in his shows.
“You won’t leave feeling like you just watched something. You’ll leave feeling like you were part of something pretty remarkable,” said Klugman.
The one-hour show begins July 16 and will run Mondays and Thursdays through Aug. 23 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. The Landmark is located at 1501 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach.