Shows in Myrtle Beach: 5 of the Best 

October 5, 2018

Elvis, Michael, and Reba, oh my! Gear up for a rockin' good time at any of Myrtle Beach's world-class shows.

After spending the day at the beach, treat yourself to quality entertainment at the renowned Myrtle Beach theaters. Variety shows and legendary entertainers are staples of the show scene, with themed rival-style dinner shows creating fun ways for families to spend an evening in Myrtle Beach. To help you choose, I’ve picked five of the best shows in Myrtle Beach that are a must-see for your next vacation.

1) The Carolina Opry

Located at The Calvin Gilmore Theater, The Carolina Opry showcases a medley of song selections from old country tunes to new modern hits. The production value and star quality of the show really shines and is an undeniable Myrtle Beach sensation.

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Don't forget to arrive early to watch the pre-show, too! It's just as fantastic as the real production.

ONE the Show

2) ONE The Show

Performed at the Alabama Theatre, One The Show takes guests on a musical journey through the ages. Listen to your favorite hits while enjoying spectacular showmanship and high-quality song and dance routines.

If you want to meet the performers, wait in the lobby during intermission or after the show. Performers will meet and greet guests during these select times.

Legends in Concert

3) Legends in Concert

Watch your favorite artists come to life at Legends in Concert. Stunning tribute artists showcase the famous songs and signature moves of performers like Elvis, Tina Turner, Adele, Alan Jackson, and more! You won't believe your eyes and ears.
And, for the adults, the Legends in Concert theater is one of the only Myrtle Beach theaters to sell beer and wine. Bring extra cash for a beverage!

4) Pirates Voyage

Go on a swashbuckling adventure at Pirates Voyage! Watch as the Sapphire and Crimson pirate crews battle it out to see who will win the lost treasure. Spectacular acrobatic competition, live animals and a brand new original music score by Dolly Parton create an immersive experience buccaneers of all ages enjoy.
Arrive at least an hour early to stroll through the Pirates Village and watch the pre-show. Between these extra activities and the production, you'll feel transported back to the pirate days throughout your entire visit.

5) Medieval Times

Speaking of time travel... Turn back time to the 11th century, when knights of the realm performed spectacles of jousting, swordplay, horsemanship, and falconry at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. Andalusian horses add even more amazing aspects to the show, as does the medieval feast.
Don't expect to eat your meal with silverware, however. After all, this is the 11th-century. Forks and spoons weren't invented yet!

Quick Tips for Attending Shows in Myrtle Beach

Keep our advice in mind and you're in for a spectacular night at any of the shows in Myrtle Beach.
Buy Tickets in Advance
Since Myrtle Beach shows are a popular entertainment choice for visitors, tickets sell out fast. Booking your tickets in advance guarantees you'll have a seat in the theater.
Do You Need to Print Your Tickets?
If you've purchased tickets ahead of time (which you should), double check if the theater requires you to print your eTicket or voucher. Once you arrive, you'll exchange the voucher for your tickets and head on into the show, completely skipping the ticket lines. Some theaters may allow you to scan a barcode on your phone instead. However, it's always good to check!
Dress Appropriately
While you don't need to wear your fanciest duds, it is best to put on appropriate attire. Refer to our Myrtle Beach packing list for help choosing an outfit. Dress comfortably, as many Myrtle Beach theaters crank the air conditioning!
Follow these easy tips and attend any of the top shows in Myrtle Beach for a night of outstanding entertainment.

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