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Hoppy Easter: Busy Bunny At Broadway

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The bunny trail will go through Broadway at the Beach this Saturday as Peter Cottontail will be busy hoppin' along his merry way before Easter! You're invited to join him before he fills baskets with spring goodies at Ripley's Aquarium and WonderWorks!

At Ripley's Aquarium, bring the little ones and dive into a tasty bunny breakfast feast! The whole family can choose to sit down with their favorite breakfast foods at 8:00 a.m. (Annual Pass Holder Seating) or 9:30 a.m. (Non-Annual Pass Holder Seating). At each seating, there will be Easter giveaways, an aquarium Easter egg hunt and opportunities to take pictures with that most famous bunny of all and Sharkee! Adults are $19.95 and children $10.99, and admission to the Aquarium is included in the price. Reservations are requested, so call 843-916-0888, ext. 3271 and make yours today.

The bunny fun doesn't stop there! Join Peter Cottontail at WonderWorks where you can snap a spring selfie with the Bunny and Professor Wonder on the WonderWorks deck from 11:15am – 1:15am!

After the morning and mid-day fun, live entertainment can be enjoyed as The One Voice Project will bring a positive message and anti-bully awareness through music to the Heroes Harbor stage from 6pm-8pm. At the same time, you can hear bagpipes fill the air as the Conway Celtic Pipers stroll throughout Broadway.

Finally, when the sun sets on the Saturday before Easter, we'll light up the sky with a free Fireworks Extravaganza, sponsored by Helicopter Adventures. Join us and be thrilled by the exciting explosion of springtime colors over Lake Broadway at 8:30 p.m.!

We hope your Easter weekend is a great one and we hope you enjoy it with food, fun and fireworks at Broadway!

Hoppy Easter!

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Sweet Sixteen: KidzTime Festival

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"Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity." ~Kay Redfield Jamison

Ahh… to be young again. We've all said it and in the midst of our daily responsibility routine of going to meetings, grocery shopping, carpooling, tee ball game attending and homework helping, we mean it! We long for the days of being a carefree kid again. However, on Saturday, February 25th, you and your little one can enjoy a day of kid friendly fun including live entertainment, interactive games and more at the 16th Annual KidzTime Festival at Broadway.

From feeding goats and llamas, to riding ponies and a train to jumping in bounce houses, your little one can run, jump and play from 11am-4pm.

Spinning his way into the festival tent from 11am -3:30pm is Marvel Comics Superhero Spiderman. His thrilling special visit will give kids an opportunity to get up close and personal with the comic book and movie hero. Outside the tent, community heroes from the Myrtle Beach Fire Department and the Myrtle Beach Police Department will allow your little one to experience what it's like to get behind the wheel of a fire truck and patrol car!

Before and after getting a picture with Spiderman and our community heroes, children can participate in a variety of kid-friendly games and interactive activities. A stage inside a large, circus-style tent will be the place to see live performances provided by Broadway at the Beach and WBTW featured emcee, Matt Gittins, including the NOIZ drumline from Christ United, Carolina Vocals, martial arts and gymnastic displays and even a knighting by Medieval Times!

New this year, we're giving away prizes every half hour beginning at noon with our Grand Prize featuring tickets to Legends in Concert, Myrtle Waves Water Park, WonderWorks and more! Just make sure you visit the Broadway at the Beach booth to be entered for your chance to win!

So bring the family and we'll supply the fun at the 16th Annual KidzTime Festival located in parking lot 17, next to Pavilion Park West and WonderWorks, on the 21st Avenue North side of the property.

See you there!

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Blues, Gospel & Rock and Roll: The King Lives at Broadway at the Beach

What is your favorite type of music?

Who is your favorite musical artist?

What station is your car radio tuned to?

It's safe to say if you were to ask these three simple questions to 100 people, you would easily receive 100 different responses.

Some may be more partial to a country twang or a riveting rock rift, while others may want a rhythm to move their feet to. Whether they prefer the soothing, smoky sound of the blues, powerful gospel ballads or rocking out with their air guitar, there is one LEGEND that is likely to have influenced them all. A musical icon, he was one of the first to transcend genres, show off signature moves and introduce us to a little something called Rock and Roll. If you haven't already guessed it, we're talking about the man, the legend… the King, Elvis Presley.

Now, forty years after his death and in honor of what would have been Presley's 82nd birthday, Legends in Concert invites you to take a trip through his iconic career and life with ELVIS LIVES, "THE ULTIMATE ELVIS TRIBUTE ARTIST EVENT." The sixth annual ELVIS LIVES tour returns to Myrtle Beach from Graceland for the kick off of its 2017 touring season. Beginning Friday, January 6th, the three day ELVIS LIVES event is a journey across Elvis' life featuring winners and finalists from the Elvis Presley Enterprise annual worldwide Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, each representing Elvis during his four eras: the 1950s, 1960s, his movie career and concert years. It's a show for Elvis fans of yesteryear and today as it gives us a glimpse of how one man changed the face, dance moves and the sounds of music forever.

As you plan the first official weekend of 2017, why not add a little nostalgia to your night out, or just join your fellow Elvis groupies and have a night you'll never want to forget!

So if you ain't nothing' but a hound dog and are a little lonesome tonight but you can't help falling in love, don't head to the heartbreak hotel, but instead grab your blue suede shoes, get all shook up and enjoy a night where Elvis Lives once again at Legends in Concert at Broadway at the Beach.

For ticket information, click here.

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Celebrate New Year's Eve At Broadway At The Beach

Broadway at the Beach is a great place to celebrate one of the biggest nights of the year —New Year's Eve!

On Saturday, December 31st, there will be merchant celebrations, a fireworks show over Lake Broadway at 8 p.m, and lots of fun being had throughout Broadway at the Beach.

Make plans now to enjoy the music, food and fun at these great venues:

Celebrations Nitelife's New Year's Eve Celebration
(Malibu's Surf Bar, Broadway Louie's and OZ The Experience)

Doors Open at 7 p.m. Tickets purchased from December 26 through December 31, will be $35 per person. Ticket price includes admission to Malibu's Surf Bar, Broadway Louie's and OZ The Experience. There will be a balloon drop, champagne toast, confetti cannons and party favors. For more info, VIP packages and/or to purchase advance tickets call 843-444-3500.

Crocodile Rocks
Doors Open at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $20 each for general admission and $30 each for reserved seating. Ticket price includes party favors, a balloon drop and champagne toast. For more info, VIP packages (limited availability) and/or to purchase advance tickets call 843-444-2096.

Hard Rock Cafe
Rock N Roll New Year's Eve Concert & Party w/Black Glass

Doors Open at 10 p.m.
General admission, reserved seating and VIP Gold tickets are available. General admission is $30 per person, plus tax in advance and $35 per person, plus tax at the door on December 31. Seating is not guaranteed with general admission. Reserved seating is $40 per person, plus tax (advance sales only) with limited availability and includes 9 p.m. entry. VIP Gold tickets are $150 per person, plus tax or $250 per couple, plus tax and include a four-course dinner, champagne split, souvenir laminate, gold chocolate guitar, personal service and exclusive use of the 2nd floor outdoor balcony. Advance sales only, limited availability. For more information or to purchase tickets call 843-946-0007.

Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville
Ring In The New Year At Margaritaville

Cover begins at 8:45 p.m. Admission is $5 with the purchase of any Margaritaville t-shirt or Margaritaville winter apparel. $15 per person without a retail purchase. Party includes live entertainment, midnight Margarita shooter and party favors. For more information, call 843-448-5455.

Senor Frog's
New Year's Eve Party

For more information, call 843-444-5506.

Ripley's Aquarium has even planned a party just for kids:

New Year's Eve Sleepover Kids-Only Party At
Ripley's Aquarium
8 p.m. - 8 a.m.
Kids ages six to 12 can celebrate New Year's with the sharks. Tickets are $49.99 plus tax per child. Reservations are required and must be made at least 48 hours in advance. Party includes karaoke and crafts, themed party gear, cookie decorating, pizza, movies, music and dancing, and a continental breakfast. There will be a non-alcoholic toast at midnight with a live simulcast from Times Square. For reservations or details, call 843-916-0888, ext. 3223.

Happy New Year, Everyone!

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Santa Claus Is Coming To Town!

Excitement is in the air! Santa Claus, Father Christmas, The Big Jolly Ole Elf is coming to Myrtle Beach. Make plans now to spend a little time with him at some of Broadway at the Beach's most fun places.

Photos and visits with Jolly Old St. Nick will be a part of the dining experience at Walhburgers every Monday and Tuesday until Christmas. From 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on those days, Santa will be stopping by each table to chat with diners. Be sure to smile as you tell him your Christmas wishes, because a member of the staff will be there to take your photo with him right there at your table.

At Ripley's Aquarium, the fish won't be the only ones jumping for joy during this year's annual Festival of Trees. Kris Kringle will be in the house to pose for photos with good little girls and boys on Saturday, December 10 and Sunday, December 11 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visits with Santa are included in admission to the Aquarium and pictures are $5 each. Santa will return for more fun during those same hours on Saturday, December 17 and Sunday, December 18. Call (843) 916-0888 for more details.

Boys and girls can chow down with the big bearded guy at the highly-anticipated, annual Breakfast with Santa at Hard Rock Cafe. Don't miss this year's chance to join Father Christmas for a scrumptious hot buffet that includes scrambled eggs, home fried potatoes, sausage links, smoked bacon, grits, french toast sticks, and warm biscuits with sausage gravy. It's all for just $10.95 pp unless you're a kid 2 or younger who comes with a paying adult — then the food is free!

Join Santa for all the fun at Hard Rock Cafe on Saturday, December 10 and Saturday, December 17. On both days, there will be two seatings. The first seating each day is from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and the second is at 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Every child will get a treat from Mrs. Claus. They'll even be a bunch of free activities sponsored by Coccadotts, Sparkles, RideMakerz, WonderWorks and Over the Moon Productions. Reservations are required for this uber-popular event and you'll need a credit card to make and hold your reservation. Call (843) 946-0007.

Spend some quality time with Santa this year and make lasting Christmas memories with the kiddos. It's the most wonderful time of the year!

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