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Atlantic Beach, South Carolina

Bursting With Heritage

In the early 1930s, Atlantic Beach was formed as a vacation getaway for black families nicknamed “the Black Pearl”, it became a popular vacation destination as black-owned businesses thrived in this small community. Many residents are descendants of the Gullah Geechee people, former slaves from the West Coast of Africa who lived and worked in the coastal areas from around Jacksonville, Florida, to Wilmington, N.C. Today, residents of Atlantic Beach are working to preserve their rich heritage and traditions.

Gullah Geechee Festival

Atlantic Beach is hosting the first annual Gullah Geehcee Festival from June 23-25, 2023! The festival will be a fun-filled weekend of history and culture, with speakers such as Ron Daise, Gullah Geechee history expert and writer. A parade will begin at 10am on Saturday, June 24th. Other events include poetry readings, craft and food vendors, and a motown performance by Asher Theatre. 

Beyond The Beach: Explore Atlantic Beach, SC

Atlantic Beach is a small oceanfront community nestled within North Myrtle Beach. They have a rich history and a great vision for the future!

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