Frequently Asked Questions about Motown'59 - Tribute Show
Where is the show located?
The show is located at the Asher Theatre and Conference Center. The address is 3237 Waccamaw Blvd. Myrtle Beach, SC 29579. The Box Office is conveniently located at the right entrance way of The Asher Theatre.
Anything I should know about the seating arrangements?
Asher Theatre has open seating for general admission tickets. Once in the theater, patrons may choose an available seat to enjoy the show. VIP ticket holders will be seated in designated seats. Latecomers and those who exit during the performance will be seated during opportune times at the discretion of the Asher staff.
Is this a family-friendly show?
Yes, this show is great for all ages!
Can I bring a camera?
Flash photography as well as the recording of any performance by camera, audio, or video recording equipment is strictly prohibited. You may take photos before and after the show.
Does the theater have parking?
Yes, ample self-parking spaces are available for guests.
Is accessible seating offered?
Yes, the Asher Theatre has accessible seating, accessible entrances, accessible washrooms, accessible concession and merchandise counters, and parking. Please note your request in the “Have Special Needs?” section while making your reservation.
When should I arrive for the show?
It is recommended that audiences arrive at least 15 minutes prior to showtime to find their seats.
Are there any restrictions I should know about?
At the Asher Theatre your safety is our number one priority. We prohibit the possession, use, or introduction of weapons anywhere on the premises. Weapons include all classes of firearms, air guns, pellet guns, BB guns, knives of any kind, tasers, stun guns, fireworks, explosives, or any other dangerous or hazardous devices that could potentially cause bodily harm to another person.
Note: The Asher Theatre reserves the right to search for weapons of any kind and reserves the right to prohibit patrons in possession of weapons from entering the building. Violators of this policy may face civil or criminal penalties.