Tune in to the Top 5 Live Music Venues in Myrtle Beach
There's more to hear in Myrtle Beach than crashing waves of the ocean and cries of "Fore!" from the golf courses. Although those sounds may be music to your ears, there's also plenty of actual music being made on the Grand Strand ... if you know where to go. Here are five great places for live music in Myrtle Beach:
House of Blues
Although it doubles as a restaurant, music is the main dish at this national chain. Located at Barefoot Landing, the HOB features two live-music venues – the larger concert hall which hosts national touring acts, and The Deck, where local and regional talents are on display nightly. Oh yeah, the food isn't bad either.
Located on the northern end of the Myrtle Beach city limits, Carolina Opry delivers off-Broadway entertainment with its award-winning variety show, The Carolina Opry Show, featuring an array of songs, dancing, comedy, and more. You can also catch live music during their Time Warp show, featuring hits from the 60s, 70s, and 80s.
Named after the country music super-group that got its start in Myrtle Beach, this Barefoot Landing theater offers the award-winning musical "One,” as well as touring concerts and comedy routines from some of the biggest names in the music business.
OK, so this restaurant/bar is far from the glamorous theaters in town. But for a relaxing day on the banks of the Intracoastal Waterway, this hot spot delivers big name bands in the great outdoors. Free Sunday shows during the summer are popular among the locals.
Tin Roof is a new addition to downtown Myrtle Beach, offering live music on one of their multiple stages on select nights. This unique music venue is also home to a full-service bar and restaurant on the rooftop of the new The BLVD complex, offering unbeatable views of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean.