Are you planning to come to Myrtle Beach for the 2016 Carolina Country Music Fest, June 9 through June 12? An extraordinary four days of toe-tapping fun are planned with country superstars like Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line and Tim McGraw heading a line-up of more than 40 country music performers.
But the Country Music Fest won't be the only entertainment-filled place to go during your time at the beach. You'll want to check out Broadway at the Beach, South Carolina's number one tourist attraction, where the annual Summer Nights Series will be underway during the same week of the Country Music Fest.
You won't need a ticket to enjoy live musical performances, a high-energy music-filled fashion show, or the many other family-friendly performances on Broadway's stages that week. The Summer Nights Seriesis free.
Our headliners include "America's Got Talent" semi-finalist Nick Pike, the juggler, comedian and unicyclist from England, and the extraordinarily popular Bryan Dangerous with his high-energy interactive comedy show.
Bring the family to Broadway for dinner (we have over 20 restaurants and eateries with all kinds of food) and stay to experience all the nonstop fun. We even have fireworks on Tuesday and Friday nights.
Don't miss the laughter-filled show performed by kids' favorite Mr. Nigel. And, let your kids get their princess and superhero fixes when the Character Company appears.
Broadway at the Beach is 350 acres of world-class shopping, dining and entertainment in magical, interconnected villages that surround the 23-acre Lake Broadway. From ziplines over the lake, to boat rides, to feeding the fish and ducks, there's something to intrigue and delight every member of your family.
No trip to Myrtle Beach is complete unless you visit Broadway at the Beach. It's the Grand Strand's center of fun!