Myrtle Beach Christmas shows bring holiday cheer to 2020
This year has certainly thrown its share of punches. Theaters in Myrtle Beach were hit particularly hard, forced to close for months during their busiest season. But, as they say, the show must go on, and it will continue rolling right through the holiday season in Myrtle Beach!
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. Social distancing and extra sanitation guidelines are in place to keep guests and employees safe.
And if you’ve never visited Myrtle Beach in the fall off-season, you’re missing out! Hotel rates are low, crowds are almost non-existent, and the beach is open for your enjoyment.
Get back to the beach this fall, and take in a holiday show!
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 for the holiday season. Now in its 35th year, the top-notch show includes the All That! clogging group, 35 talented vocalists and performers, the Calvin Gilmore orchestra and a real horse-drawn carriage with snow. Delvin Choice, who was featured on NBC’s The Voice, and up-and-comer Rory John Zak join beloved cast members like Tangena Church and Nashville recording artist Brad Long. This show is a must-see to get you into the holiday spirit! It runs through January 6. Tickets start at $42.
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 with a mix of traditional Christmas classics and contemporary favorites. New in 2020 is comedic juggler Slim Chance. The South’s Grandest Christmas Show is an evening filled with song, dance and laughter — something we could all use this year! The show runs Nov. 2 through January 2. Tickets start at $43.