Home to “ONE The Show” as well as various guest concerts, the Alabama Theatre brings southern style shows to Myrtle Beach. Located at Barefoot Landing, the theatre is conveniently located just north of The Caravelle and is surrounded by a multitude of dining options. While guest concerts throughout the summer bring a welcome change to the Myrtle Beach music scene, their main attraction is “ONE The Show.” Featuring singing, dancing, and plenty of comedy, the show entertains patrons of all ages. If you happen to visit Myrtle Beach in the winter, make sure to check out “The South’s Grandest Christmas Show” at the Alabama Theatre.
With four shows running at different times throughout the year, the Carolina Opry is one of the best musical attractions in the Myrtle Beach area. A multi-year winner of the Best Show in Myrtle Beach award, the Carolina Opry boasts professional lighting and premium sound in their 2200 seat theater. Make sure to swing by during the summer to witness both the Carolina Opry show itself, featuring two hours of singing, dancing, and comedy, and the critically acclaimed Good Vibrations Show. With over nine million tickets sold during their 28 year history in Myrtle Beach, the Carolina Opry is one of Myrtle Beach’s longest running attractions.
Want to relive the days of Elvis, the Blues Brothers, and other well-known celebrities? Then head to Legends in Concert where you’ll be subjected to two hours of amazing dancing, singing, and entertainment from some of the best impersonators in the country. With a new facility and state-of-the-art lighting effects, Legends in Concert is sure to entertain your entire family for the whole length of the show. A snack bar is available in the lobby for snacks, drinks, and alcoholic beverages.
Good day, my lord! Head back to the Medieval Ages and enjoy a full four-course meal along with exciting nightly entertainment at the Medieval Times Castle off Hwy. 501 in Myrtle Beach. If sword fighting, jousting, and good food is something you like then Medieval Times is a must add to your to-do list. Offering a different kind of escape, Medieval Times brings romance, thrilling excitement, and hand-to-hand combat to the center stage. Enjoy a wonderful meal during the show as you watch knights do battle, aiming to please the King who watches from above.
Home to some of the best on-stage entertainment in Myrtle Beach, the Palace Theatre brings you nightly shows from March through December. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach at Broadway at the Beach, The Palace Theatre is an amazing 64,000 square foot facility that seats 1200 comfortably. Illusions of Magic as well as Hot Jersey Nights were the two shows that “wowed” audiences in 2013. However, shows do vary by season so check their website for the most up-to-date information.
Arr Matey! Walk the plank to Pirates Voyage, a well-known pirate themed entertainment show featuring a four course meal during this exciting dinner show. Pirates Voyage’s main stage is a pirate ship that sits in a 15-foot lagoon, making it stand out even more from other shows in Myrtle Beach. Amazing acrobatic stunts and an original musical score provided by Dolly Parton creates a fun and entertaining atmosphere for every guest. Sit back, enjoy the music, and live the life of a pirate for a few hours.