Fun in the sun and around town? That’s definitely a viable plan when you visit Myrtle Beach this April. Spring is picking up steam and there are lots of things to do.
From volleyball tournaments to awesome concerts, the Grand Strand has all you need.
Check websites and call ahead if you make these events part of your itinerary. In case there are changes. Enjoy the run-up to summer in Myrtle Beach!
Tips for a spring trip to the beach
It’s not summer — but it feels better than winter. As you venture out to the Grand Strand this spring, you’ll have to remember a hoodie and sunscreen. Here are tips to get you by.
1. Bring baby powder
Lifehack: Use it to remove wetness from your hair and skin so that sand won’t stick to you. It’s especially effective between your toes and other hard-to-reach areas.
2. Stock up on sunscreen
Don’t wait until you get to the beach. Also, get the spray-on variety so you can spritz and go more often.
3. Take a pill container
They’re convenient to stow jewelry or small hair ties. Also, pills you might need, such as aspirin.
April Calendar of events
This new tournament is open to USAV, AAU, and JVA volleyball teams. Age divisions are 10U-18U, open, and club. Team registration: $395.
It’s a three-day get-together for Dallas Cowboys fans. Join supporters of the team for drinks, food, music, and more.
Catch eight events for Pittsburgh Steelers fans from all over. Enjoy drinks, food, music, and more.
Bring your team or come see outstanding hoops play. It’s for elite, competitive, and developmental teams, boys and girls. Third through 12th Three-game guarantee. $250 entry fee.
This event is a great way to celebrate your cheer team’s season. Open to teams of all skill levels.
It’s one of two national conventions for senior and mature adults for fellowship. Join in for singing, laughing, and preaching.
Enjoy carnival rides, food, a petting zoo, and more. Each of the 10 days has a special theme.
It’s a heavy-metal extravaganza, with three rockin’ bands:
Tickets start at $49.
Women of Joy Conference events draw thousands for life-changing ministry. Worship leader and singer Jed Bayes will perform.
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 a weekend stay or longer getaway, choose Caribbean Resort
For clean and cozy accommodations right on the beach, Caribbean Resort delivers. Friendly staff and outstanding amenities could make this your go-to for beach getaways. Caribbean Resort is also a great place for your family reunion or other group gatherings. Learn how, and book your Myrtle Beach getaway today.