Holiday shows in Myrtle Beach SC

Seeing a live Christmas show is an annual holiday tradition here in the south.  With so many theaters to choose from, it can be overwhelming.

Celebrating its 32nd season, the Carolina Opry’s multi award-winning “Christmas Show of the South” debuted in 1985 as the first nightly Christmas Special on the Grand Strand. Popular holiday classics along with new seasonal favorites, comedy, dance and dazzling costumes offer family fun for all ages. This beloved Myrtle Beach holiday tradition is the only show that has won every major South Carolina Tourism award including the Governor’s Cup and Most Outstanding Attraction. Plus, you don’t want to miss the decorations that feature more than 35 Christmas trees, including a 30 foot lobby tree. The show runs Nov. 1-Dec. 31, 2017.

The Alabama Theater invites you to celebrate the holidays with their award-winning production, The South’s Grandest Christmas Show” Nov 1 – Dec. 31, 2017.  The show will instill the true meaning of Christmas in your family with its combination of traditional Christmas classics and contemporary holiday favorites.  The South’s Grandest Christmas Show is a southern family tradition on the Grand Strand with visitors and locals returning year after year.

Shore up your love for adventure and the holidays as Pirate’s Voyage! Captain Scrooge and the mystical Spirit of Christmas travel to the past, present and future of Buccaneer Bay. During this Christmas-themed journey, they encounter such wonders as Christmas toys that come to life and a beautiful live Nativity, complete with wise men and live animals. A four-course holiday feast tops off the show. The show runs Nov. 9 – Dec. 31, 2017.

And last but certainly not least, don’t miss out on Legends In Concert’s Holiday show Nov. 2 – Dec 31, 2017 

Myrtle Beach has so much to offer during the holidays, be sure and don’t miss out on those amazing Christmas shows that are sure to put you in the holiday spirit!

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