Myrtle Beach Christmas shows full of holiday cheer
If you’re looking for a way to get in the holiday mood, check out these Christmas shows starting in November in Myrtle Beach. Singing, dancing, lights and comedy are highlights of these spirit-filled presentations.
The Christmas Show of the South
The Christmas experience at The Carolina Opry starts when guests walk through the doors. With more than 35 Christmas trees and 5 miles of tree-lighting wire, the Opry building is transformed into a winter wonderland during a one-week shutdown. For the 2017 season, the Carolina Opry is bringing fans a unique reunion show with Kym “Bogie” Shurbutt, emcee Steve Sifford and pianist Rocky Fretz! The show also includes the All That! clogging group, 35 talented vocalists and performers, the Calvin Gilmore orchestra and a real horse-drawn carriage with snow. This show is a must-see to get you into the holiday spirit! It runs through Dec. 31. Tickets start at $42.95.
The South's Grandest Christmas Show
The Alabama Theatre presents The South’s Grandest Christmas Show, a mix of holiday classics and contemporary favorites performed by the Alabama Theatre cast. The show features a grand Christmas backdrop, singing, dancing and the comedy styles of Ricky Mockel all exploring the true meaning of Christmas. The South’s Grandest Christmas Show runs through Dec. 31. Check www.alabama-theatre.com for tickets and showtimes.
Ultimate Christmas Spectacular
Legends in Concert has an amazing lineup of tribute artists set to perform this holiday season. Gear up for performances from Dolly Parton, Nat King Cole, Rod Stewart, Elvis Presley and the Blues Brothers. The Christmas show runs through December 31. Visit http://www.legendsinconcert.com/myrtle-beach for ticket information.
Motown Christmas Tribute
Get into the holiday groove with the Motor City Musical’s Motown Christmas Tribute at GTS Theatre. The show will explore the history of Motown through the ’60s and ’70s, including hits from some of the genre’s greats such as Otis Redding, Diana Ross, Gladys Knight and the Jackson 5. The show runs through Dec. 29, and tickets start at $37.95 for adults.
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