The Little River ShrimpFest is still scheduled for this weekend,
October 10 - 11.

Please be safe in your travels. You can find an updated list of area road and bridge closures from this "Historic Rain Event" on the SCDOT website:



Little River Shrimpfest

In it's 11th year, the Little River ShrimpFest has become one of the premier festivals along the grand strand of South Carolina.  October 10-11, 2015. this event features 150+ vendors of all types, a variety of live musical entertainment including - back by popular demand - nationally acclaimed Nathan & the Zydeco ChaCha's.  Of course shrimp will be featured and prepared any way you can imagine by the local Little River waterfront restaurants, along with your favorite festival food fare.  There is sure to be something for everyone at this family friendly event.

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