Holidays in Myrtle Beach: Christmas Shows Getting Ready to Make their Annual Debut
While many of the big attractions in Myrtle Beach are at their peak in the summer months, others really shine around the holidays, when they roll out their annual Christmas shows! Many of the shows start up in November, so it’s not too early to make your plans now, and get ready to make your spirits bright!
Here are a few of our favorite Christmas shows coming up in Myrtle Beach:
Alabama Theatre: The South’s Grandest Christmas Show
This live holiday spectacular features a mixture of your traditional favorite songs, as well as new, plus dancing, costumes, amazing holiday décor and even the ever-popular family-friendly comedy of Ricky Mokel. The show takes place at the Alabama Theatre in North Myrtle Beach’s Barefoot Landing.
November 1 – December 21: Mondays – Saturdays 2pm and 7:30pm
December 22 – 31: Every day except Christmas Eve & Christmas 2pm and 7:30pm
Palace Theatre: Hot Jersey Nights Christmas Special
If you love the classic music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, you will love Hot Jersey Nights. These amazing vocalists bring the music of that era to life again, and for the Christmas version of the show these amazing singers will also perform some holiday favorites, including Jingle Bells and White Christmas.
Jersey Nights Christmas Spectacular runs Nov. 5-Dec. 21:
• Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
• Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
• Thursdays at 2 p.m.
The Carolina Opry: The Christmas Show of the South
This Christmas variety show, now in its 28th season, incorporates changes every year, while still including some popular longtime traditions. This year, American Idol finalist La Toya London joins the cast, and longtime cast member Tangena Church will also return to the stage. Fans love the music and dance almost as much as they love the amazing Christmas decorations.
The Christmas Show of the South plays once or twice per day Mondays through Saturdays (except Thanksgiving) in November; Mondays through Saturdays Dec. 2-21, Dec. 22, Dec. 26-Jan. 1, and Jan. 3-4.
It all adds up to some spectacular holiday fun!
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