SOS Mid-Winter Beach Fun & More This Weekend

Welcome Shaggers for Hot Weekend Fun at the Beach

And it’s already started with the SOS Mid-Winter Break as hundreds of shag enthusiasts arrive in North Myrtle Beach ready to party and dance to the sounds of their favorite beach music bands. If you don't have reservations yet, Century 21 Thomas Beach Vacations has a super selection of vacation homes and condos at amazingly affordable prices. Visit us online or call for details and reservations.

Some of the events and entertainment planned for the weekend include:

  • Mid-Winter Fun at Fat Harold’s on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach with Sea Cruz on Saturday, the Castaways on Sunday, and DJ’s spinning your favorite beach music platters daily from noon ‘til closing.
  • Mid-Winter Band Festival at 2001 Entertainment Complex with multiple Carolina Beach Music Awards (Cammys) Acts featured this weekend. Dance to the sounds of the Craig Woolard Band tonight and Mark Roberts & Breeze tomorrow (Saturday) night in the Next Level club.
  • Rock & Roll and Blues at the Myrtle Beach Train Depot, Saturday January 15, where power trio, Johnny Mac & the Booty Ranch, will heat it up for the first South by Southeast Music Feast of 2011. This intimate non-smoking, listening venue is limited to less than 200 music fans so come early. Admission includes concert, pot-luck dinner and beverages. See details online at www.southbysoutheast.org.
  • “Restaurant Week” in Myrtle Beach, January 14-22. From casual to fine dining, participating restaurants will feature special menu items, promotions and discounts. Sample new restaurants or enjoy old favorites with a variety of delectable dishes prepared by chefs – all at amazingly affordable prices. See participating restaurant menus and more info online at www.RestaurantWeekMyrtleBeach.com.
  • “Dyn-O-Mite” Laughs at the Comedy Cabana, January 14-16. Come out to the Cabana for this special appearance by Jimmie “JJ” “Walker. Time Magazine’s “Comedian of the Decade” in the 70s and star of popular television sitcom “Good Times”, Jimmie has been entertaining us for five decades. His clean humor makes him popular with audiences young & old.