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Live Music & Nightlife

End A Sun-Filled Myrtle Beach Day With A Night Out On The Town

Nightlife in Myrtle Beach is an intoxicating mix of salty ocean breeze, moonlight on the ocean, and the dazzling lights and pulsating music of our many popular places to dance the night away or just hang out. We’ve got nightclubs, dance clubs and sports bars, some right by the beach. Karaoke your thing? You can test your talent here. Our clubs’ music and dance styles range from DJs pumping out the latest rage to the fun steps of the past, including swing, two-step and a local favorite (and the official state dance) called the shag. Love live music? We’ve got it all, including pop, rock, country, and blues.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Live Music

Where can I find live music in Myrtle Beach?

You can find live music in Myrtle Beach at many venues, including The Bowery, House of Blues, and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.

What kinds of music are typically played in Myrtle Beach?

In Myrtle Beach, you can find a variety of live music, including beach music, country, rock, and blues.

Are there any free live music events in Myrtle Beach?

Yes, there are several free live music events in Myrtle Beach, such as the Hot Summer Nights series and the Oceanfront Concert Series.


What is the legal drinking age for live music events in Myrtle Beach?

The legal drinking age in Myrtle Beach is 21 years old, so you must be 21 or older to purchase or consume alcohol at live music events.

Can I bring my own instruments to play at live music events in Myrtle Beach?

This will depend on the specific event and venue. Some venues may allow guests to bring their own instruments and play during open mic nights, while others may not.