Myrtle Beach nightlife
When the sun goes down on the beach, things begin to heat up around the Myrtle Beach nightlife scene, known for its variety of entertainment options.
For those looking to be seen and hit the “scene” nightclubs such as those at Broadway at the Beach’s Celebrity Square provide a great chance to mingle with a younger crowd — including lots of folks from the beach’s booming service industry.
If you’re a bit more mature, but no less fond of dancing the night away, places such as 2001 Entertainment Complex on Restaurant Row, and the several shag dancing clubs along Main Street in North Myrtle Beach are good for an evening full of fun with an older crowd of party people.
Want to slow it down and simply sip a few drinks with friends? There are plenty of great Grand Strand bars worth patronizing, with options ranging from laid-back beach bars along the boardwalk to fancy wine bars, neighborhood dive bars, karaoke bars and lots of sports bars where you’re sure to find some like-minded fans.
True beer connoisseurs will enjoy the beach’s burgeoning beer scene, including a growing number of craft brew bars and a great local brewery, New South, which offers free tasting tours weekly.
Fans of live entertainment will find a great local music scene in Myrtle Beach, with tons of talented bands and musicians playing around town seven nights a week. No matter your taste in tunes you’re sure to find something you like — and you can even catch top-notch concerts at venues such as the House of Blues, Alabama Theatre, The Boathouse and others.
Of course we’ve also got tons more to do at night, from shows and comedy clubs to casino boats, community theaters and even adult entertainment.
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