Christmas Magic in Myrtle Beach

Amazing Holiday Shows in Myrtle Beach

Yes, Thanksgiving is just days away and Christmas will be here before long, too... what a wonderful time of year!

Take a break and head to the beach for a hearty infusion of Christmas Spirit. The holiday shows at Calvin Gilmore's Carolina Opry, the Alabama Theatre, the Palace, and Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede are guaranteed to entertain and delight you. With performances now through December, it's easy make any winter weekend a memorable experience. Century 21 Thomas will help make it even better... book two nights and we'll give you a 3rd Night FREE.

The 2010 Christmas Shows are better than ever. Make your plans, reserve your seats, and call us today for a great deal on a beach getaway.

- Celebrate the holidays in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with Alabama Theatre's award-winning production, The South's Grandest Christmas Show. This year's Christmas extravaganza brings an incredible combination of talent, scenery and special effects for a spectacular new holiday musical experience sure to put you in the spirit.

A family tradition for 24 yhears, The Carolina Opry brings the spirit of Christmas to life with music, comedy and dance. This holiday season, Calvin Gilmore is pulling out all the stops with the Silver Anniversary Carolina Opry Christmas Special - color laser lights, fresh comedy, the Grinch, and all new choreography.

Start Christmas in style with Christmas On Ice, a new and exciting show featuring championship ice skaters, the best high-kicking dancers this side of New York, and all your favorite Christmas songs sung by the best of Broadway and London's West End. You'll love this two-hour holiday spectacular at Myrtle Beach's Palace Theatre.

Experience the fun and excitement of a Dixie Christmas at Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede as snow falls softly and breathtaking scenes fill you with good cheer. The arena is magically transformed into a fantasy land complete with twinkling lights, evergreens and poinsettias, old-fashioned holiday costumes and familar holiday music. The Live Nativity Scene is memorably dramatic as the true meaning of Christmas comes alive right before your eyes.

Best of Myrtle Beach (November 2010)

Change of Seasons at the Beach

Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching and the cool nights are wonderful. One of the best things about the cooler weather is that once again it's... SOUP SEASON!

Clam Chowder, Vegetable Soup, She-Crab Soup, Spicy Chili Con Carne, Shrimp Bisque, Oyster Stew - just to name a few of my favorites. Cook up a big pot full of healthy, hearty heaven in a bowl - enough for the whole week if you can. Guaranteed to warm you up and put a smile on your face. We'll be posting favorite recipes over the next few weeks so if you have one you'd like to share, send it along.

And we have the perfect place for your Thanksgiving Feast. Rent one of our spacious homes and condos at amazingly affordable rates and enjoy holidays at the beach. Call the uncles, aunts, grandmas & grandpas, cousins, brothers & sisters, and even the in-laws and tell them to meet you in North Myrtle Beach for a great time. We even have some great vacation specials with FREE NIGHTS available. Check them out on our specials page.

Now for the upcoming fun & entertainment at the beach:


11/14... The Cammys - Carolina Beach Music Awards show at the Alabama Theatre. See details online.

11/21... Larry the Cable Guy will have you rolling in the aisles at the Alabama Theatre. See details online.

11/21... Edwin McCain in concert at the House of Blues. See details online.

11/26 - 12/17... Old Blue Eyes is Back! At the Palace Theatre beginning Thanksgiving weekend, catch a marvelous tribute to the King of the Rat Pack, Frank Sinatra. Don't miss out on an unforgettable evening listening to your favorite tunes and swingin' Christmas songs. See details online.

12/3... Christmas Tree Lighting - Help jump-start the Christmas Spirit with live entertainment and a visit from Santa as we light up the tree in North Myrtle Beach's McLean Park. A very family-friendly FREE event Friday from 6pm to 9pm.

12/4... Christmas Parade - Join us on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach Saturday for our annual holiday parade and festivities. There will be floats, marching bands, clowns, and lots & lots of laughter. Another FREE family-friendly event, 5:30 to 8:30pm.

12/4... Mike Farris in Concert - You've seen him on Austin City Limits, at Bonnaroo, SxSW, and more. Now catch him live at the historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot. This is the last show of the 2010 South by Southeast Annual Concert/Music Feast series and will be one of the best. $25 gets you a potluck dinner, beverages by New South Brewery, and a great concert in an intimate atmosphere. See details online.