Laughs Aplenty at Myrtle Beach Comedy Clubs

By MyrtleBeachHotels.com staff • March 27, 2019

Humor yourself during your vacation with a trip to one of three comedy clubs in Myrtle Beach.

Featuring three unique venues that are conveniently located on the north and central parts of town, each club presents its own brand of humor. No matter where you're staying, you won't have to drive far to get your laughs on. Here's a look at the three Myrtle Beach comedy clubs to visit if you need a good chuckle:

Comedy Cabana

 Located on the north end of Myrtle Beach in the popular Restaurant Row section of town, the Comedy Cabana is the Grand Strand's longest running comedy club for nearly 20 years. There's good reason for the longevity; the club owners book some of the best acts in the country, including some A-list types that stop in Myrtle Beach to their schedules for a little rest and relaxation on their tours, like comedians Lewis Black, Josh Blue and Jimmy "JJ" Walker. Two shows nightly, as well as a side bar where you can hang out with some of the comedians after the show.

Carolina Comedy Club

This comedy club is centrally located in the popular Broadway at the Beach complex amid a dozen bars and restaurants in Celebrity Square. This state-of-the-art stage has already played host to some of the best comedians in the business, including national names like Chelsea Handler, Pauly Shore, Ralphie May, Tommy Davidson and Gallagher. Come hungry and enjoy a wide selection of food that goes far beyond traditional bar fare, like the BBQ Chicken Wontons and the Turkey Apple Swiss Wrap. Although technically not a comedy club, neighboring Crocodile Rocks is a musical venue that’s also hilarious.

Carolina Improv Company

Treat yourself to a unique comedy experience with the Carolina Improv! With improv, you never know what to expect and the show changes night after night. The Carolina Improv Company performs at the Uptown Theater, and their shows will have audiences in stitches. The troupe here puts on themed shows such as "Whose Beach Is It Anyway," but even when there is a theme, the content is always changing! That's the beauty of improv.