Myrtle Beach Entertainment
Myrtle Beach is becoming the Vegas of the South.
With a multitude of theaters boasting shows filled with overwhelming
music, breath catching choreography, comedy and more, the entertainment
industry is growing to meet the demand of the hundreds of thousands
of guests who visit us every year. While here, visit the Palace
Theater for the show Le Grande Cirque or the Carolina Opry for
some down home country music. Myrtle Beach is home to three uniquely
different dinner theaters. Dixie Stampede is the place for horses,
southern history and comedy. There is jousting and a Middle Ages
banquet at Medieval Times or solve the mystery at the Murder Mystery
Dinner Theatre in North Myrtle Beach.
Dance clubs and nightclubs with an array of live and recorded
music are in abundance at Myrtle Beach. The Shag, the State
Dance of South Carolina is an experience to give your visit
a taste of life in the low country. Visit the Ocean Drive Shag
Club to participate at Fat Harold's.
For some more of the low country home life visit one of the
community theaters and see the antics of the Swamp Fox Players
at the restored Strand Theater in Georgetown. Another restored
local theater is more inland in Conway SC. The Theatre of the
Republic has been entertaining Grand Strand audiences there
for more than thirty years.
For more information on things to do while you're vacationing along the Grand Strand, visit Myrtle Beach SC Attractions.
Looking for accommodations in Myrtle Beach? Visit Myrtle Beach Condos for accommodations at the oceanfront Myrtle Beach Resort. The resort is situated on 33 secluded acres just south of downtown.
There is truly something for everyone here on the Grand Strand,
from dueling jousters at Medieval Times to dueling pianos at
Crocodile Rock. Whether you want to shag or two-step, it is
all here for you.