What’s Trending in #MyrtleBeach? Tourism News for April 13, 2017

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By Marissa Polascak
April 13, 2017

What’s Trending is a weekly rundown of the hottest tourism news being shared on social media using #myrtlebeach. For even more updates on what’s happening around the beach check out our weekly events rundown and our photos of the week or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for daily updates!

Happy Easter! This week’s What’s Trending features Easter specials, great news about the Garden City Pier, new stores at Broadway at the beach, and more.

Here’s a look at What’s Trending for April 13, 2017:

Easter in Myrtle Beach

Easter in Myrtle Beach

Happy Easter! For those of you celebrating Easter while you’re in Myrtle Beach, check out this list of Easter services and specials in the area.

Garden City Pier is Now Open

Garden City Pier is Now Open

Garden City Pier has reopened after months of being shut down to to hurricane damage. Visitors to Garden City Pier can once again enjoy fishing, beautiful views, delicious food from the grill, and games at the arcade. Our team took our drone down there to see the action.

Watch the video here!

New Shops Coming to Broadway at the Beach

New Shops Coming to Broadway at the Beach

There are tons of changes going on at Broadway at the Beach, and this week the attraction announced some new shops that will soon open or that have opened recently. These new shops include Sand & Sun, Southern Connection, Flip Flop Factory, and second locations of the Beef Jerky Store and Splash Fresh Bath & Body.

Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival Returns for Second Year

Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival Returns for Second Year

The 2016 Myrtle Beach Jazz Festival was a success with nearly 4,000 people in attendance, and this year the city is bringing the jazz festival back even bigger and better! The free three-day festival will feature live music from notable jazz artists, over 60 vendors, a beer & wine garden, and much more. Stay tuned for more details!

Palace Theatre to be Torn Down

Palace Theatre to be Torn Down

The Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach has been out of commission since major damage was caused by Hurricane Matthew this past October. The damage is so terrible that the property will be demolished in the near future.

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