This Saturday, while many in the area are gearing up for the fall fun that is celebrating Halloween, North Myrtle Beach will be fending off the change of season with its annual Endless Summer Festival.
Main Street will fill up with folks from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. as the downtown area hosts food and craft vendors, a classic car show, a children's area with carnival ride and a community stage featuring live entertainment.
The music will begin at 11:30 a.m. with a performance by Sea Cruz.
This trio, which is based on the south end, consists of music vets Molly Askins, Butch Barnes and Dino Fair playing a variety of styles including 60s & 70s music, Oldies, Classic Rock, Disco, Beach music and more. They have won multiple Carolina Beach Music Awards over the years and pride themselves on providing a big band sound that appeals to audiences of all types.
Listen to Sea Cruz "Let It Roll"
Following Sea Cruz from 2-4 p.m. will be headlining act The Extraordinaires.
Since 2003, this Hickory, N.C.-band has been spreading its unique blend of classic R&B, funk and beach music up the coast. With powerful horns and smooth lead vocals, The Extraordinaires have a sound that gets people out of their seats and on the dance floor.
Listen to The Extraordinaires "Real Mutha For Ya"
Both acts will play on a stage located at the famous “Horseshoe” at the end of Main Street with the Lindsay Milbourne, Aisha Khan and Nicole Boone, all from WBTW News Channel 13, as emcees.
For more information on the festival call the chamber 866-805-5642 or visit the website.