Shows and Theaters Reopen in Myrtle Beach
Theaters and entertainment venues are among the last businesses to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Those businesses have been closed since March and are subject to restrictions by the state of South Carolina as they welcome back guests.
- Limiting capacity.
- All people in a venue or at an event must wear a face covering.
- The sale of alcohol is prohibited after 11 p.m.
- Organizers and operators shall take reasonable measures to ensure social distancing and hygiene guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control, the State Department of Health and Environmental Control, and other public health agencies.
Here are where some of the most popular theaters and entertainment venues in Myrtle Beach stand on reopening:
Myrtle Beach Shows
The Carolina Opry
The Carolina Opry reopened Labor Day weekend with social distancing and sanitation measures in place. The Carolina Opry and Time Warp shows will run through Oct. 26, and The Carolina Opry Christmas Special will start Nov. 2.
Alabama Theatre reopened Labor Day weekend with safety protocols in place. Visitors will be seated with one row between them and with empty seats between parties. Enhanced cleaning and sanitation measures are also in place. Staff members will wear masks. Alabama Theatre is currently welcoming kids 16 and under for free with a paying adult!
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament reopened Aug. 8 in Myrtle Beach with some precautions in place. Guests must wear a mask and stay a “sword’s length” from fellow guests. Parties will be seated only with people on the same reservation, and parties will be kept at least 6 feet apart. No-touch temperature screenings will take place before entering the castle.
Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show reopened Labor Day weekend. The theater will be observing social distancing and adding enhanced cleaning protocols. Parties will be seated six feet apart, and the theater will be operating at 50% capacity. Staff will be required to wear masks at all times while visitors will wear masks when entering, exiting, and moving around the facility. Visitors will also be asked questions about their current health and any covid exposure.
Legends in Concert
Legends in Concert – Myrtle Beach has not announced reopening plans.
Movie Theaters in Myrtle Beach
Cinemark at Coastal Grand Mall
Cinemark at Coastal Grand Mall is open.
AMC Classic Myrtle Beach 12 at the Myrtle Beach Mall
AMC Classic Myrtle Beach is open.
Grand 14 at The Market Common (Stone Theatres)
Grand 14 at The Market Common is open.