Nightlife and Entertainment in Myrtle BeachEdit This
There are two things that you have to see when you come to the Grand Strand: the ocean, and The Carolina Opry, it's that simple. The first variety show in Myrtle Beach - and still the jewel in its crown, The Carolina Opry has for 21 years been thrilling the hundreds of thousands of visitors who pass through its doors each year. The New York Times calls it "A hit with visitors," The New York Post calls it "A Hot Ticket" and USA Today reports it "A Big Hit" "Talk about high energy! That's Entertainment!" (Atlanta Journal-Constitution). The award-winning show blends two hours of critically acclaimed music, comedy and dance - from Broadway to country, from classic pop to rock'n roll, and gospel to bluegrass. Also featuring "All-That" - the hotter-than-hot urban cloggers featured on the hit NBC show "America's Got Talent,"
Calvin Gilmore's newest show, Good Vibrations features the best music, comedy and dancing of three of the most dynamic decades in history, 1960-1990. Elvis, John Denver, Pat Benatar, Janis Joplin, The Beatles, Billy Joes, Don McClean, The BeachBoys, and Cyndi Lauper - just to name a few. The best music performed by these super stars is brought to you live on stage from the same award winning talent that brings you the Carolina Opry. Massive screens take you through some of the best, funniest, and most insightful moments of these important decades. You'll laugh out-loud, you'll stomp your feet, you'll sing your favorite songs; you'll be touched and ignited, inspired and stimulated.
Directed and produced by Calvin Gilmore (performer on the Grand Ole Opry and winner of the Best Producer award at IGCITA in Las Vegas) The Carolina Opry is the only show to receive every top tourism award, including the coveted Governer's Cup, and Most Outstanding Attraction, the only show that has been voted #1 show every year, and the only show to have an official day (Carolina Opry Day) proclaimed for the State of South Carolina by the Governor. If you only see one show while you're in Myrtle Beach, it must be the show that brought entertainment to Myrtle Beach, The Carolina Opry. From the moment you enter the stunningtwo-story marble lobby, you know you are in for an extraordinary experience that your family will remember long after the tans have faded and the sand has been shaken from the shoes. ( www.CarolinaOpry.com)
Experience the only Myrtle Beach shows that are about Myrtle Beach . Ghosts and Legends Theatre offers spooky history and affordable fun for the entire family including the Ghosts of the Grand Strand Show, the Myrtle Beach Ghost Walk, and the Blackbeard Séance. Ticket prices start at just $8.95 for adults and $6.95 for children. Groups of 20 or more are welcome and receive a discount.