Best nightlife, dancing in Myrtle Beach

10) Karma Ultimate Teen Nightlife

The only oceanfront nightclub in Myrtle Beach, Karma Ultimate Teen Nightlife is one of the premier spots on the east coast for teens to party!

Since 2006, when the legendary Attic Teen Club at the Myrtle Beach Pavilion closed after 50 years of fun, Karma has stepped up to fill the void with an unforgettable experience for teens ages 13-19.

Dance the night away as top-notch DJs spin the latest in Pop, Hip-Hop, Top 40 and Dance tunes while Karma’s highly-trained staff works hard to provide and fun, safe environment for hanging with your friends and making new one while your on your Myrtle Beach vacation.

9) Crooked Floor Tavern

Enjoy great seafood, sandwiches, late night food & rooftop dining at this Murrells Inlet restaurant and bar with great nightlife, live music and drink specials.

8) Main Street, North Myrtle Beach

Main Street has become somewhat of a local’s hub when it comes to entertainment, and the

locals will tell you there’s no place better than Main Street to grab a frosty brew, dance a little dance or walk 20 feet and hit the beach.

Some of Main Street’s featured spots include International Cafe, a locally owned hole-in-the-wall spot that stays full year-round.  Just a few doors down from INT is Pirate’s Cove, a live music spot that stays open year-round, seven days a week.

Just across the street sits a national treasure in the form of Fat Harold’s Beach Club, a world-renowned Beach music club known as one of the best shag bars in the Myrtle Beach area.

Back on the south side of the street, Duck’s Beach Club has been a long-time North Myrtle Beach Favorite and Tradition on the Grand Strand. With all-new Live Entertainment every week, Duck’s stays relevant all year long.

Take a walk around the corner, and you’ll find yourself at OD Lounge, the self-proclaimed “Biggest Little Bar in Town.”

7) 2001 Night Club

With three great nightlife venues in one amazing party place, 2001 Entertainment Complex is one of the largest clubs in Myrtle Beach!

Check out Club Next level to hear some of the best bands around performing live music of all sorts — including Top 40, Oldies, Beach music & more. Hop over to Club Touch to dance the night away with huge video screens, state of the art lights shows and top DJs spinning the latest hits.

Since 1980 this always-evolving hotspot has seen some of the biggest and best Myrtle Beach parties around and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.

6) Club There

If you’re looking for a great nightlife spot to keep the party going after a big night out on the town, Club There is one of the best Myrtle Beach after hours bars.

Located in the heart of downtown Myrtle Beach, this European-style dance club caters to a colorful crowd of partygoers with DJs spinning the best in Trance, Techno, House and Dance music from around the globe.

Club There is a great place to grab a beer and hang with your friends after all the other bars are closed.

5) Senor Frogs

Party the night away at Senor Frogs at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, and enjoy tasty cuisine on the waterfront lake as well. Kid-friendly early.

4) Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar

The self-proclaimed “Most Famous Bar in Myrtle Beach” is located inside the Sands Ocean Club Resort off of Lake Arrowhead Road on the north end of Myrtle Beach.

This Myrtle Beach bar features a huge, dual-layered deck located directly off the beach with a great laid-back atmosphere, awesome views of the ocean and live music from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. every day during the summer from the beach’s best bands.

You’ll also find a menu full of beachy drinks, cocktails and shooters, a lively crowd of partying locals and visitors and a friendly staff that’s ready to make sure you have a blast.

3) Pirate’s Cove Lounge

One of the most active North Myrtle Beach nightlife spots, Pirate’s Cove Lounge hosts live music and entertainment all year round and 7 days per week during the summer.

This longtime favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, Pirate’s Cove features a large wooden dancefloor, live music stage, pool tables and a large bar area downstairs, along with an amazing Bomba Shack deck upstairs, a rooftop bar with oceanfront views and a live music stage that hosts some of the best acoustic acts and musicians on the beach.

Pirate’s Cove Bar & Grill also offers a full menu of food, beginning with breakfast at 8 a.m., a happy hour with great drink specials and food deals and lots of special events including shag dance events, art shows, parties and concerts from nationally-touring acts.

2) The Avenue (formerly Celebrity Square)

If you’re looking for nightlife in Myrtle Beach, you won’t find a hotter spot with more things to do than Broadway at the Beach.

This area full of clubs, bars and other nightlife spots is complete with plenty of cold drinks, hot live music, outdoor seating and balconies full of revelers and party people.

An incredibly exciting and convenient entertainment district has more than a dozen places packed together so you can hop from spot to spot, enjoying a great sports bar and arcade one minute, singing along to dueling pianos the next and dancing in a packed club the next moment.

Some of the popular Myrtle Beach bars and attractions located here include: Shucker’s Raw Bar, Carolina Comedy Club, Oz, Crocodile Rocks piano bar, Broadway Louie’s, Fat Tuesday and Senor Frog’s.

1 ) Malibu’s Surf Bar

Located in the heart of the The Avenue nightlife area of Broadway at the Beach, Malibu’s Surf Bar is Myrtle Beach’s nightly beach bash.

Malibu’s Surf Bar is Myrtle Beach’s nightly beach bash open seven days a week in the summer for the craziest, wildest and most outrageous night of your life.

This “ultimate party bar” blends the beach’s laid-back atmosphere, with elaborate lighting and mind blowing music technology to give you the world’s biggest indoor beach party, complete with decor including surfboards, sharks and sand buckets and dual DJs spinning the hottest mixes of 80s, 90s and today’s hits.

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