There is so much to do after dark in Myrtle Beach! Theaters abound, with a huge variety of entertainment. Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament takes you back to an age of bravery and honor, as you witness epic battles of steel and steed. As the battle rages, you’ll be served a four-course dinner fit for royalty. Medieval Times’ noble guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, the pastry of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages.
Pirate’s Voyage Dinner and Show offers a swash buckling adventure, complete with dinner. Join Captain Blackbeard, the most famous pirate to ever sail the seven seas, and his quartermaster Calico Jack as they lead the Crimson and Sapphire crews in an epic battle for lost treasure on land, on deck, in water and high above full-sized pirate ships in a 15 foot deep indoor hideaway lagoon.
Calvin Gilmore launched The Carolina Opry in 1986. His live music variety show features a cast of 36 of the nation’s top singers, dancers, comedians and musicians in his own 2200-seat theater. February through October, Alabama Theatre at Barefoot Landing delights audiences with “One: The New Show,” while November and December are reserved for the theatre’s special holiday musical experience.
If you love Elvis Presley and other tributes to great performers, Legends in Concert is for you. Each season features a new lineup of tributes to the greatest stars of yesterday and today, backed by a live band and electrifying dancers. Another star-studded option for fun after sunset is the beautiful Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach which hosts a wide variety of live entertainment.
The Bowery, on Ocean Boulevard, has provided entertainment to generations of locals and visitors, and is always jumping in the summer months. Bourbon Street Bar and Grill is a locals’ favorite with live music and a great bar menu that is served late into the night.
Enjoy sunset and beyond!