The 2nd Annual Beach Brews & Oyster Festival is coming to the Myrtle Beach Arts & Innovation District.
Set your calendar for Saturday and Sunday, November 4-5. The festivities start at 12 noon and go until 8 p.m. both days.
The Beach Brews & Oyster Festival brought to you by Grand Strand Brewing, Dirty Don’s Oyster Bar, The Myrtle Beach Downtown Alliance and Sunny 103.1!
Delicious oysters, cold beer, local vendors, and LIVE MUSIC will make this a Fall Saturday you don’t want to miss!
All the fun will take place at Grand Strand Brewing Co., 819 North Kings Hwy.
Only $5 for entry (cash only), and kids under 10 get in FREE!
You may also be interested in:
Beach Brews and Oyster Festival Vendors Lined up So Far
– Dirty Dons Oysters
– Winnas Kitchen
– Myrtle Beach Beer Trail
– Salty Golfer
Beach Brews and Oyster Festival Contest
Beach Brews and Oyster Festival Parking
FREE Parking available behind Grand Strand Brewing Co.
PAID Parking available at the Burroughs and Chapin Pavilion Garage and First United Methodist Church off Broadway Street
VENDOR Parking Available at the Myrtle Beach Train Depot off Broadway Street
The Myrtle Beach Arts & Innovation District is located in the heart of Myrtle Beach. The district encompasses parts of Main Street, Broadway Street, Oak Street and 9th Avenue North.
About the Myrtle Beach Arts & Innovative District
The intent of the Arts and Innovation District is to create a sustainable and walkable mixed-use urban environment that will serve as the hub of artistic, cultural and civic life in the traditional core of downtown Myrtle Beach. As a year-round destination for both residents and visitors, the district’s primary uses are supported by a wide range of businesses that help to maintain a vibrant atmosphere. Building design is in harmony with the character of the area and establishes a continuity of pedestrian-oriented frontages between adjacent buildings. This is further supported by pedestrian oriented urban design, the active use of outdoor space for dining and entertainment, encouraging the development of upper-story residences in mixed-use buildings, and the incorporation of both active and passive public spaces throughout the district.