Posted on 12/8/2017

7 must see holiday shows and events around North Myrtle Beach

Its not just summertime when North Myrtle Beach shines. The Grand Strand is home to dozens of world-class music and dinner theaters that truly light up during the holiday season. A variety of seasonal events offer the perfect atmosphere for creating the best North Myrtle Beach vacation memories.Weve highlighted some of our favorite Christmas shows and events along the Grand Strand that will ensure your vacation itinerary is as bright as the season. North Myrtle BeachsGreat Christmas Light Show 150 Citizens CircleNorth Myrtle Beach SC 29582Looking for lights? Take the family to The Great Christmas Light Show at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex. It is just minutes from Avista Resort in North Myrtle Beach. Drive through whimsical displays of color and enjoy festive music. Browse Santas Village and try synthetic ice skating. Take a mini-train ride or brave the Go Ape Lighted Tree Top Adventure. Sip on hot chocolate and roast marshmallows. Dont forget to check out the petting zoo. Guests of Avista Resort may purchase discounted tickets at the front desk. Admission may also be paid at the gate. The light show runs nightly through Dec. 31 but is closed Christmas Day.trees with lightsBrookgreen Gardens Nights of a Thousand Candles1931 Brookgreen Drive Murrells Inlet, SC 29576Looking for elegance and natural beauty? Check out Brookgreen Gardens Nights of a Thousands Candles. Its worth the 1-hour drive from the Avista Resort in North Myrtle Beach to Murrells Inlet. The expansive gardens are transformed into a magical winter wonderland. Nature is illuminated with the glow of more than 5,500 candles and thousands of Christmas lights. Massive oaks sparkle. Still waters reflect beautiful imagery. Statues take on new life under the glow. Dine on southern favorites like fresh seafood, BBQ, and more catered by Inlet Affairs. Sip on cider or hot chocolate as you stroll through the gardens. Its romantic for couples, fun for groups and suitable for families. The event runs from 3 to 10 p.m. Nov. 30, Dec. 1-2, 7-9 and 14-17. Advance tickets are recommended and can be purchased online at brookgreengardens.comCarolina Oprys The Christmas Show of the South8901 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577The Carolina Opry Christmas show first debuted more than three decades ago. This year, producer and owner Calvin Gilmore launches a reunion season that marries old-time favorite cast members with new talent. More than 35 vocalists and musicians take to the stage with the theatres orchestra and amazing dancers. A highlight of the show is a genuine horse-drawn carriage and snowfall. Advanced reservations are suggested. The show runs through Dec. 31. For more information visit manger scenePirates Voyage Dinner and ShowChristmas 8907 N. Kings HighwayMyrtle Beach, SC 29572Set sail with Pirates Voyage Dinner and Show on a holiday adventure unlike any other. Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol comes to life at Buccaneer Bay. Join the crew on a journey with Captain Scrooge and his loyal first mate Bob Crachit as the true meaning of Christmas is revealed with a visit to Christmas, past, present, and future. Witness giant toys coming to life. See amazing acrobatics above a massive lagoon. Enjoy a live Nativity as you dine on a four-course feast. The show runs through Dec. 31. Alabama Theatres The Souths Grandest Christmas Show4750 Hwy. 17 SouthNorth Myrtle Beach, SC 29582Alabama Theatres production of The Souths Grandest Christmas Show brings together talented singers and dancers, vibrant scenery and special effects to put you in the holiday mood. Beloved Christmas classics and contemporary holiday favorites make the Souths Grandest Christmas Show a fun family tradition. Add laughter thanks to the comedy of Ricky Mokel and you have the perfect holiday show for the family.Ripleys AquariumFestival of Trees1110 Celebrity CircleMyrtle Beach, SC 29577An attraction you wont want to miss for its beautiful sea creatures, touch tank, and amazing exhibits is Ripleys Aquarium in Myrtle Beach. During the holiday season, more than 70 themed Christmas trees find a temporary home at the Ripleys Aquarium in Myrtle Beach. Adding to the fun is that each of the 50 states is represented by a tree. The family can participate in a fun scavenger hunt to brush up on their knowledge of the 50 states. Admission to the Festival of Trees is free with aquarium admission.Legends in ConcertsUltimate Christmas Spectacular2925 Hollywood Dr.Myrtle Beach, SC 29577Myrtle Beachs Legends in Concert wows audiences with their Ultimate Christmas Spectacular. Enjoy holiday classics and modern tunes performed by top tribute artists. Tributes to stars such as Nat King Cole, Dolly Parton, the Blues Brothers, and Elvis Presley bring on the holiday cheer. The Legends band performs Christmas Eve in Sarajevo in tribute to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Legends dancers put on a high-energy performance you are sure to remember. The show runs through Dec. 31. For more info go to
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