Hit Ripley’s Aquarium and IT’SUGAR candy shop, then catch a holiday show.
(Or ride SkyWheel and grab dinner at The Barrel Sports Bar & Grill. Your choice). The point is, a holiday show should be part of the plans.
Myrtle Beach has a legendary lineup year after year.
Holiday show shopper’s paradise: Myrtle Beach
You can’t complain about not having entertainment this winter on the Grand Strand. Check THIS out.
The South’s Grandest Christmas Show
Alabama Theatre is a laboratory of creativity with this show. The production weaves classics and contemporary favorites together. Come see the new comedic juggler Slim Chance, too.
When: November through December
Where: Alabama Theatre
Tickets: $44.95 To $62.95 (kids $19.95)
Pro tip: Stop in for drinks and brick-oven pizza first. Putters Pub is nearby at 5183 Barefoot Resort Bridge Road, North Myrtle Beach.
The Carolina Opry Christmas Show
Long considered the beach’s best production, it’s also known as The Christmas Show of the South. This is the 37th season, with unexpected twists, additions, and cherished traditions, as always.
When: Nov. 1-Jan. 1, 2023
Where: Carolina Opry
Pro tip: Make it a full day with a round of golf before. Grande Dunes Golf Club boasts wide fairways, smooth greens, and spectacular scenery.
Christmas at Pirates Voyage
The story is the same, but with a swashbuckler’s twist. It’s the Dickens classic, “A Christmas Carol,” like you’ve never seen before. The Mystical Christmas Spirit takes Captain Scrooge on a journey of meaning.
When: November and December
Where: Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show
Pro tip: Follow up the pirate show with a drink at a favorite dive bar. Harry The Hats is open late for beer, wings, and tossing darts.
The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical
Open your mind to a bit of down-trailer Americana! Meet Darlene, a Grinch of all ages at Armadillo Acres. Follow the adventures of Darlene, Lin, Betty, and Pickles in this gut-splitting musical. Not exactly kid friendly.
When: Dec. 2-11
Where: Dream House Theatre
Pro tip: Before the show, take a walk and get some shopping in. Barefoot Landing has a little of everything including some excellent restaurants.
Sound the Trumpet, Troll the Carol
The evening includes players from the Long Bay Symphony with The Chorale. It’s an appreciation of music for brass, choir, and percussion through time. Enjoy music of Gabrieli and Monteverdi.
When: Dec. 11, 4 p.m.
Where: First Presbyterian Church
Pro tip: Treat yourself to dinner at a Vietnamese noodle house. Pho Claire features sensational entrees and specialty drinks.
A Great Stay Awaits at Breakers Resort
For bold in amenities and subtle in its comforts, Breakers Resorts is your spot. You’ll want to stay again and again for all the easy access to fun in Myrtle Beach. Get a nice room for a nice price.
Order dinner from a local restaurant to enjoy in the comfort of your suite. Remember Breakers Resort for your next group get-together too. Make sure your holiday plans include booking a stay at Breakers today.