Join Tin Roof on August 17, 2019 for live music from Mostley Crue - A Motley Crue Tribute! The show is 21+ and begins at 9 p.m. Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 the day of the show.
Brookgreen Gardens offers the Zookeeper for the Day program on select dates throughout the year for guests 12 and older to get up close and personal to the zookeeping experience at the Lowcountry zoo. Participants will spend the day helping zookeepers with their daily routines of animal care. Registration is $150. Call 843-235-6049 for more information.
Take a trip back to the hey-day of Motown music for an amazing evening with The Temptations and Four Tops at the Alabama Theatre. The Temptations--including original member Otis Williams--and Four Tops--including original member Duke Fakir--take concert-goers on a musical experiencethrough over 40 years of Motown classics. This popular event always brings a crowd so be sure to grab your tickets soon!
Some of Vegas' top impersonators are bringing a '70s-style variety show to the beach this summer.
An Evening with The Stars includes tributes to Sonny & Cher, Billy Joel, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, Andrea Bocelli, Tom Jones, and many more hosted by the Edwards Twins from Las Vegas.
All vocals are performed live. USAToday and the Boston Globe call this "A must-see show."
Join The Carolina Opry Theater for Bruce in the USA: #1 Tribute to Bruce Springsteen; a high-energy musical experience and celebration of Bruce Springsteen & The E St. Band. They'll be performing at The Carolina Opry Theater for one night only on August 25, 2019 at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased through the Carolina Opry Theater's website as well as the box office or by calling 800-843-6779.
Over 3,000 golfers from around the world compete in the annual Myrtle Beach World Amateur Golf Tournament every summer. Players complete 72 holes on a different course each day throughout the event. Over 60 courses will participate in the tournament including Barefoot Resort courses, Caledonia, Grande Dunes, Myrtle Beach National courses, Myrtlewood and many more.
Golfers of all skill levels are welcome to play. Those with a USGA-approved handicap are eligible for prizes in their respective flights, which are divided by age, handicap and gender. Non-handicapped players can play in the Gross or Just for Fun flights. The World Amateur website includes information about handicaps along with the event's handicap committee.
Registration is $575/person. The tournament fee includes 72 holes of golf on a new course each day, a gift bag stuffed with swag totaling $300, entrance to the 19th hole party with heavy hors d'ouevres and an open bar, random drawings and competitions.
Don't miss the fun going on at the 19th hole with live bands every night, cornhole, a photo booth, indoor par 3 contest, demos, massages, Golden Tee and tons more competitions.
Visit the website for a complete schedule of events and registration details.
Mustang Week moved to September starting in 2017 after many requests to move it to a cooler time of year. This year's event will be held Sept. 2-8,2019. Mustang Week, a celebration of Ford's most famous sports car, has grown into a gathering of hundreds of owners and enthusiasts who visit the area each year for one of the biggest car show events in Myrtle Beach. It includes a variety of events taking place all over the area including at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, Myrtle Beach Speedway, the Myrtle Beach Mall, Ocean Boulevard and more. The lineup of activities for each annual gathering includes meet and greets, cruise-ins, car shows, awards ceremonies, drag nights and more.
Jeanne Robertson has penned three books, produced DVD and CD humor programs and is featured often on Sirius XM Radio. The humorist will bring her act to the stage at the Alabama Theatre in September. See for yourself why audiences says that the meeting ain't over til the tall lady speaks.
Join The Carolina Opry Theater for live entertainment from Fleetwood Mask: The Ultimate Fleetwood Mac Tribute on September 8, 2019! The band is personally endorsed by Mick Fleetwood, who says that "This band does it right. They not only sound great, but they look like is too!"
Fleetwood Mask is known by their fans for their passion and style, as well as their recreation of Fleetwood Mac's magic live shows. The band performs Fleetwood Mac's greatest hits from the early 1960's blues songs with Peter Green to the more popular lineup with Lindsey, Stevie, and Christine.
Fleetwood Mask will be performing for one night only so be sure to grab your tickets today!
The SOS Fall Migration is slated for September 12-21, 2019, in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. to celebrate our state dance, shagging. Shaggers will come to the beach for thelast event of the season.
The SOS lounges in the area host dancing, tea parties, classes and live music. Hot spots include Ducks, Duck's II, OD Arcade, Pirate's Cove, and Fat Harold's.
Shag dance lessons will be offered at various locations throughout the event so new and experienced shaggers can hone their skills.
Join the group for block parties on the first Sunday and Monday of the event. Fun Sunday is in the street beside OD Arcade, and Fun Monday is on Main Street from OD to Hillside. Vendors will sell food, drinks and merchandise during the events.
Join the town of Aynor for the 40th annual Harvest Hoe-Down Festival this fall. The event features musical entertainment throughout the day, children's entertainment, street dances and hundreds of vendors. Don't miss the parade to kick-off the fun festival. Fill up on Chicken Bog, Funnel Cakes and tons of other festival fare and let the kids ride a pony!
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The Aynor Harvest Hoe-Down Beauty Pageant will be held prior to the Hoe Down for babies up to 19 years old. Winners will receive a sash, trophy and crown! Visit the website for dates and details.
Former host of The Tonight Show, Jay Leno, will perform at the Alabama Theatre this summer. The renowned comedian was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 2014, is an avid car collector and books hundreds of stand up appearances each year. He touches on everyday topics and puts his own hilarious spin on headlines. See him LIVE in North Myrtle Beach!
The Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival is held in the Atalaya Castle at Huntington Beach State Park. The annual event is filled with unique arts and crafts. Over 100 artisans will be waiting to show youtheir creations. There will be entertainment, arts and crafts and food for everyone to enjoy.
This year's events will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday Sept. 27-29. Admissions is $10 for adults. Children 15 and under are free, and park admission is free during the event.
The event is hosted in Atalaya, the former winter home of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington, inside Huntington Beach State Park. The oceanfront park offers camping, fishing,and pristine beaches.
Join North Myrtle Beach for the 15th annual Irish Italian Festival. The fun kicks off with a family-friendly festival and brings in live music on two different stages along Main Street plus dozens of food vendors, arts and crafts tents and a spaghetti-eating competition. Area restaurants will also compete for the Best Entree, Best Decorated and Best Dessert. The festival includes a children's area with inflatables, magicians and balloon art. Stop by Flynn's Paddy Wagon for an Irish pint before exploring the vendors' tents. Admission is free.
Looking for accommodations close to this fun festival? Check out Avista Resort!
The official live and authentic re-creation of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and The Big Bopper will hit the stage at Alabama Theatre when John Mueller brings his 50's Dance Party to town. The event features over two hours of high-energy entertainment that features all the great hits from the 50's.
The Four Italian Tenors will be performing at the Carolina Opry Theater as part of their Myrtle Beach Performing Arts Series for one night only on September 29, 2019 at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased on the Carolina Opry Theater's website, by calling 800-843-6779, or by visiting the box office.
The Myrtle Beach Bike Week Fall Rally will return Sept. 30 through Oct. 6, 2019. Popular hangouts include The Beaver Bar, Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson, The Harley Shop at the Beach, Jamin' Leather, Plantation Pancake House and other bars and restaurants in Murrells Inlet and along the Grand Strand. Popular cruising daycations involve rides from Murrells Inlet to Charleston and up to Wilmington, N.C.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Pawleys Island Wine & Food Gala. Guests of the gala will receive a complimentary wine glass and can sample over 100 different wines from vineyards around the world. Hors d'oeuvres prepared by renowned local chefs will also be served. A dessert tasting is provided by Pawleys Island Bakery throughout the evening.
A silent auction during the event will feature prizes, including vacations, cruises, private dinner parties catered by local chefs, artwork and more.
Attire is casual cocktail and the event is held rain or shine.
Tickets to the Gala are $100.
Celebrate art, food, wine, music, dance, and more at the annual Pawleys Island Festival of Music. The program, which runs Oct. 4-19, includes amazing displays of arts, a wine gala, musical performances and so much more. Performances are held in the performance tent at The Reserve Golf Club of Pawleys Island. Below is the 2019 schedule of events:
Gather up your crew for a fun weekend at Brookgreen Gardens' Harvest Home Festival. Take part in a scarecrow building activity, wagon hay rides, wool spinning, pumpkin painting, live entertainment, and much more!
The festival is 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day and is free with garden admission.
Join Tin Roof on October 11, 2019 at 9 pm for live music from Shoot to Thrill: The Ultimate All Girl AC/DC Tribute Band!
This show is for ages 21+. Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 the day of the show.
The Lettermen are a talented trio with popular love ballads like Put Your Head on my Shoulder, The Way You Look Tonight, When I Fall In Love and many other award-winning songs. The group first hit the charts in 1961 and have toured internationally, and now have 18 Gold Albums! Members of the group include Tony Butala, Donovan Tea and Bobby Poynton. Tickets start at $29.95.
The annual St. John's Greek Festival, a celebration of Greek culture, cuisine and family fun, is one of the most beloved Myrtle Beach events of the fall.
This year's 28th annual event will take place Thursday, October 17 to Sunday, October 20, 2019.
Get your fill of spanakopita, gyros, baklava, cookies, salads, pastries, breads and more as St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church hosts this tasty annual event. The event is fun for the whole family and offers inflatables, live performances and music, craft and vendor tables and tours of the beautiful church.
There's just something so inviting when you enter the festival every year. It's hard to resist the hundreds of pastries lining the sidewalk as you enter the main hall for your entr?e. Traditional lamb or chicken gyros on fresh pita with tzatziki sauce, spices, lettuce, tomatoes and onions are perhaps the most commonly ordered meal.
It's worth trying the moussaka or pastichio for a taste of the Greek life. Moussaka is an eggplant casserole with layers of ground beef, cheese, potatoes and a cream sauce. Pastichio is an interesting classic dish with ground beef, cinnamon, nutmeg and a cream sauce inside of baked macaroni. Whatever dish suits your fancy, don't miss the roasted Greek potatoes and Greek salad to accompany it!
Still hungry but not ready for dessert? Move on to the spanakopita or tiropita. Both made with cream cheese, egg and filo pastry these delicious side kicks can fill you up quick. Spanakopita has spinach added to it so technically speaking, you're getting your vegetable servings in! The Dolmathes, or stuffed grape leaves as we typically hear them called, are hand-rolled perfection.
Authentic Greek beer and imported wines wash down the best of any festival lunch and dinner. Ouzo shots are sold at the event if you really want a taste of Greek liquor.
The festival opens at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and noon on Sunday.
Help keep the spirit of Georgetown alive at the Wooden Boat Show. The event will feature a wooden boat exhibit with more than 140 classic wooden boats, a boat building competition, kids' model boat-building and knot-tying, crafts, and so much more!
Admission is free.
A triple-header of Motown hit-makers the Drifters, the Coasters and the Platters invade the Alabama Theatre to perform Motown classics like "This Magic Moment," "Yakety Yak" and "Only You (And You Alone)." The Drifters provide musical hits like "Save the Last Dance for Me" and "On Broadway." The Coasters, known as the "Clown Princes of Rock N Roll," were an important influenceon the doo-wop legacy throughout the 1960's. The Platters have created hits like "With This Ring" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes."
The Gaither Vocal Band will perform songs of inspiration and faith at The Carolina Opry Theater in October.
Led by Bill Gaither, the group consists of various male vocalists and has featured some of the biggest names in gospel music through its decades-long run. Gaither's mission -- and that of the band -- has always been to uplift listeners with meaningful music through powerhouse vocals and innovative harmonies.
The band has won Grammy awards and topped the charts, and they're going be in Myrtle Beach for just one night. Don't miss your opportunity to check them out!
Mark your calendars for Brew at the Zoo. The event, held at Brookgreen Gardens' Lowcountry Zoo, will feature more than 30 craft beers from around the region and the country. Guests can sample beers and appetizers while live entertainment from Paul Grimshaw Band plays throughout the zoo. They'll also have silent auctions to benefit new projects.
The 27th annual "Guy Osborne Memorial" Turtle Strut 5K and 8K races will be held at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9. The race begins at Pawleys Island Nature Park and runs along the Pawleys Island Creek south on Myrtle Avenue. The course is flat with beautiful scenery along the way.
Race signup and packet handout is at the Pavilion Park at the corner of North Causeway Road and Myrtle Avenue. Race entry is $25.
Before there was Rock & Roll, there was Beach Music. And it only makes sense that the birthplace of the genre would host the award show that recognizes the performers, producers, writers, and industry leaders that continue to keep the genre alive. The awards will take plan Nov. 10 at Alabama Theatre.
The awards show is the culmination of a weekend-long celebration of beach music with performances throughout beach clubs around the Strand. The mission of the awards is to promote Carolina Beach Music and honor both current artists and pioneers of the field.
The Russian National Ballet will be performing Swan Lake for one night only at The Carolina Opry Theater on February 23, 2020 at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased through the Carolina Opry Theater's website, at the box office, or by calling 800-843-6779.