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Fall Vacation on the Grand Strand - Shows
Posted by SSM | Monday, August 19, 2019


Fall Vacation on the Grand Strand - Shows

Many believe the onset of Fall means its time to ditch the Summer clothes and sunglasses, and set beach dreams aside until the next year.

The good news is Summer time is not the only season or reason to head to North Myrtle Beach! The Grand Strand offers a plethora of reasons to visit the beach during the Fall, and Thomas Beach Vacations is here to guide you.

When youre staying at one of our vacation properties, youre only minutes away from family-fun entertainment suited for the Fall seasons shorter days and cooler nights. With seemingly endless activities and entertainment, North Myrtle Beach is your family-friendly seaside destination that truly goes beyond the beach and Summer sun.

Below are some of the most raved about entertainment venues and shows the Grand Strand has to offer for the whole family:

Alabama Theatre

www.alabama-theatre.com

Alabama Theater

Since the early 90s, Alabama Theatre has been a fundamental part of millions of visitors agendas. Its wide variety of live music entertainment shows caters to everybodys musical taste, making it a must-see.

February through October, the theatre offers regular showings of ONE the Show, a collection of the Grand Strands hottest artists performing greatest hits. The best part about the signature ONE show? Kids 16 and under get in free!

Pirates Voyage:

www.piratesvoyage.com

Pirates Voyage

This place is an absolute must for families with young children!

With over 6,500 reviews and a 4.7/5 star rating on Google, its a no-brainer to bring friends and family to this live-action entertainment in which you get a virtual front-row seat to a real pirates journey ARRRRR!

Filled with stunts, action, comedy, and all the things that make live entertainment vital on a vacation, Pirates Voyage offers an exciting twist on your evening out for dinner. Enjoy a full-course meal while you revel in fun, feast, and entertainment.

The Carolina Opry

www.thecarolinaopry.com

The Carolina Opry

Much like the Alabama Theatre, the Carolina Opry offers live music entertainment only this one is the oldest in the Grand Strand and voted Most Outstanding Attraction by the state of South Carolina.

The Carolina Opry doesnt just offer live music performers its definitely also worth checking out the Laser Light Show, which includes themes like The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Led Zeppelin.

Other shows from the Opry include Time Warp, a walk down memory lane; a Kiss Tribute, a fantastic tribute to the one and only timeless band; and Pure Magic, a comedic illusionary show fun for the whole family.

Legends in Concert

www.legendsinconcert.com

Legends in Concert

Across the nation, Legends in Concert has been bringing fans their favorite performers live and on demand, and visitors to Myrtle Beach can enjoy cover artists across musical genres: Bob Marley, Luke Bryan, Elvis, and Lady Gaga, just to name a few.

Special effects, lights, and impeccable performances by these artists make you really feel like youre face to face with the superstars themselves.

Medieval Times

www.medievaltimes.com

Medieval Times

Much like Pirates Voyage, the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is one of the most popular dinner attractions featuring a full-course meal during a high-energy action thriller.

Heroic knights and thrilling swordplay set the stage for this show; and youll need to hang on to your seat as you watch knights battle on their majestic horses with fierce strength and medieval weaponry.

The show offers various packages to purchase while booking your trip; different packages include access to the Royal castle, a personal shout out during the show, and, of course VIP seating!

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