Beach Gone Wild: Best Spring Break 2020 Nightlife in Myrtle Beach
Senor Frogs - Broadway at the Beach, Myrtle Beach
Senor Frog’s at Broadway at the Beach is known as one of the best dance clubs all throughout the summer and hosts many of the area’s biggest parties for spring break. This popular attraction is known for Spring Break fun such as foam parties, contests, glow parties, and much more!
Free Chef's Nachos at Señor Frogs
House of Blues, Myrtle Beach
There’s always something going on at the House of Blues, Myrtle Beach’s biggest music venue. Whether it’s shows and club nights in the concert hall, live music and craft brews on the beach-themed deck area or just good food and Blues music in the restaurant, this is a great spot to start an evening out on the town for Spring Break, especially if you’re staying in the North Myrtle Beach area.
The Boathouse, Myrtle Beach
The Boathouse Waterway Bar & Grill is known for its locally famous Sunday Funday Summer Concert Series which consists of thousands of bikini and board shorts-clad coeds rockin’ in front of a waterfront stage to top-notch touring acts all summer long. But this time of year The Boathouse is also a great restaurant, hangout and a bar with plenty of concerts hosted inside.
Malibu's Surf Bar - Broadway at the Beach, Myrtle Beach
Malibu’s Surf Bar at Broadway at the Beach is always a hot spot for college Spring Breakers to have a great time while in town. From the hottest parties to sexy contests, Malibu’s is definitely a place to be this March.
Pirate's Cove Lounge, North Myrtle Beach
This longtime North Myrtle Beach nightlife hotspot pulls in an older crowd most of the time, but during this time of year the bar heats up with spring break parties. There’s also plenty of cheap drinks and live music throughout the week, especially on Wednesday nights when some of the area’s best bands combined with DJs spinning all the hits make for a great place to hang out.
Bourbon Street, Myrtle Beach
More of a loungy locals spot than a full-on party place, Bourbon Street is a great place to grab a few drinks or cocktails, play some games — they have a full-sized ping pong table — and enjoy some live music from some of the best local and touring acts around. They also have Taco Tuesdays every Tuesday with $1 and service industry nights on Wednesdays.
Crocodile Rocks - Broadway at the Beach, Myrtle Beach
Crocodile Rocks is the place to be if you just want to kick back, relax, have a drink, and enjoy some good ol’ fashioned dueling pianos. This bar offers a unique experience for Spring Break, and the dueling piano players take requests, tell jokes, and will make your night a blast
Tin Roof - Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Myrtle Beach
Tin Roof is one of the newest and hottest places for nightlife and live music in Myrtle Beach! This bar, restaurant, and music venue is located right along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Guests will enjoy an open-air rooftop bar with beautiful views of the ocean as well as live music on one of Tin Roof’s two stages!
STATUS Nightlife - Myrtle Beach
Located in the old 2001 Nightclub, STATUS Nightlife is home to four different nightclubs under one roof! Spring breakers can check out Club Rewind (music from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s), Bourbon Cowboy (a rock & country live music venue), Rum Jungle (frozen daiquiri infused ultra lounge), and Envy Nightclub.