If you’re looking for a place that will keep every family member on the edge of their seat, look no further than Pirates Voyage. Guests will have a front-row seat as two pirate crews lead by Captain Blackbeard and his quartermaster, Calico Jack, battle it out to claim the treasure. While enjoying your fabulous 4-course pirate feast, you’ll see beautiful mermaids, tropical birds, high-flying acrobatics and a full-sized pirate ship. The feast includes vegetable soup, bread, roasted chicken, BBQ pork, corn-on-the-cob, a baked potato and delectable apple pie!
Tickets are $54.99 for adults and $29.99 for children ages 3-9. Children 2 and under are FREE. If you’re visiting in November or December, be sure to try Christmas at Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show! This holiday-themed show depicts the tale of Captain Scrooge, an adapted version of A Christmas Carol. For more information or to purchase your tickets, visit the website or call 843-497-9700.
Take a trip to the South Pacific islands without ever having to leave Myrtle Beach! This Polynesian Fire Luau dinner show artfully depicts the Polynesian culture with dance, music, fire knife performances and more. First, you’ll be welcomed by the performers with a lei greeting. Next, you’ll dine on authentic Polynesian foods as you’re serenaded by live music from the Polynesian Band. The dinner buffet features foods like BBQ chicken, Kalua pulled pork, grilled grouper, Hawaiian fried rice and more.
After dinner, enjoy performances and music inspired by the Polynesian cultures of Hawaii, New Zealand, American Samoa and more. The evening concludes with a show by the World Champion Samoan Fire Knife Team. The luau dinner show takes place at St. John’s Inn in Myrtle Beach. Dinner and the show are held indoors with the finale performance held outside. Tickets are $59.99 for adults and $29.99 for children over the age of 2. Premium seating is available for an additional charge. For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit the website.
Step back in time to 11th-century Spain when Kings and Queens ruled the land. Feast your eyes upon the noble queen, her brave knights and majestic creatures at Medieval Times. Performers compete in jousting tournaments, sword fighting, hand-to-hand combat and extraordinary displays of horsemanship, all while vying for the name of champion.
While enjoying a night of thrills, guests are served a decadent four-course meal fit for a queen. The feast includes tomato soup, roasted chicken, garlic bread, sweet buttered corn and herb-basted potatoes. A delicious dessert is served afterward accompanied by hot coffee.
Medieval Times is located off of Fantasy Way in Myrtle Beach. Tickets are $55.95 for adults and $28.95 for children 12 & under. Visit the website to make your reservations online and receive $10 off per person with discount code 4526MT (valid thru Dec. 31, 2021). Get ready to pick your knight in shining armor!
Grab a bite to eat and have a few laughs at the Carolina Comedy Club! Conveniently located at Broadway at the Beach, the Carolina Comedy Club is one of the top comedy clubs in the country. Comedians from all over have performed at Carolina Comedy Club including Ralphie May and Pauly Shore. Many of the comedians who perform at Carolina Comedy Club have also been featured on HBO, The Tonight Show and Comedy Central.
Don’t forget the eats! The Back Stage Bar and Grill serves up a delicious dining experience before and after each performance. Their menu features pub foods like nachos, burgers, wings and pizza plus they boast the best drink specials at Broadway. Ticket pricing varies based on the comedic act. Call (843) 839-2565 for more information or view their Calendar of Events to see the schedule and make your reservations.
Not your average dinner and a show setting, House of Blues cannot be left off the list. Talent from all over the world comes to play at House of Blues in Myrtle Beach. Past shows and concerts have included Coheed and Cambria, AWOLNATION, Breaking Benjamin, Flogging Molly and Weezer. Upcoming shows for 2021 include artists like Incubus, Sister Hazel, Blue October, Kip Moore, a Led Zeppelin tribute band, a Prince tribute band and more. Check the Event Calendar for event details and ticket pricing.
Before you head into your show, grab a bite to eat at the renowned House of Blues Restaurant & Bar. Their food is made from scratch, southern-inspired and includes jalapeno-cheese cornbread, Juicy Lucy burger, smokehouse specials, & more! Bonus: There is also a small bar menu available during the show. Menu items include chicken tenders, pulled pork, Angus sliders, cajun fries and more.
If you’re really looking for a great show while you enjoy a meal, check out the World Famous Gospel Brunch at House of Blues! Every Sunday between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., guests are invited to enjoy live Gospel music and a delicious brunch at the House of Blues. Reservations are recommended and may be made by calling 843-913-3746. Adults are $37, children aged 4-10 are $18.50 and children 3 & under are FREE.
**Summer 2021** The Gospel Brunch has been temporarily suspended due to COVID. Please check the website for the returning date of the World Famous Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach.
Looking for a FREE live show in Myrtle Beach this summer? Every evening, HOB hosts free live music on the deck at their on-site Restaurant & Bar. Guests are invited to grab a bite and a cocktail while enjoying a live show at the area’s top live music venue. The Deck opens at 6:00 p.m. and live music starts at 7:00 p.m. See the Event Calendar for the full line-up of upcoming artists.
The Barefoot Queen is an authentic wooden riverboat that sails out of the Barefoot Marina in North Myrtle Beach. Guests are invited to enjoy an evening of sightseeing, live entertainment and dinner along the Intracoastal Waterway. Dinner includes a salad, your choice of meat, vegetables and starch plus a dessert. Alcoholic beverages are available for an additional charge.
The dinner cruise is 2 hours long and pricing starts at $52.99 for adults and $24.99 for children 12 and under. Times and dates for the Barefoot Queen Riverboat Dinner Cruise vary by season and day. Check the website for a full schedule of cruises and to book your next voyage.
Murder at the Cotton Club is the newest murder mystery dinner show presented by the Asher Theatre. The show transports guests back in time to 1920s New York at the Cotton Club, an infamous nightclub that hosted top entertainers of the era. This spectacular show includes a scrumptious 2-course meal, music and live entertainment, loads of laughs and fun prizes too.
During each performance, 4 slots are left open to be filled by audience members allowing them to become a part of the murder investigation.
Dinner includes tender barbecue chicken, delicious rice, southern cornbread and wonderful vegetables served with iced tea or water to drink. There are also alcoholic beverages, soda, popcorn and candy available for purchase. Tickets are $44.99 for general admission. If you wish to participate in the show, you will select your character when reserving your tickets. Doors open at 6:15 p.m., and guests must be seated by 6:50 p.m. To reserve your seat or for more ticket information, visit the website.
Check out Sea Crest’s accommodation options and our wide range of on-site amenities included in your stay. Our Myrtle Beach resort offers an oceanfront water park, coffee cafe, gift shop and restaurants. Our ocean-view suites boast private balconies, in-room kitchens, living spaces and dining nooks. View our current specials and book today!