New Year’s Eve 2016

 

New Years Eve

Whether you are looking to dance the night away, see a show or just watch fireworks, we have you covered.  We will keep you updated as we hear of more fun things to do in Myrtle Beach this New Year’s Eve.

 

Little River

The Big “M” Casino is having a New Year’s Eve Casino Cruise. Both ships will be having a special cruise to ring in the New Year.

North Myrtle Beach

House of Blues is having Corey Smith for another fantastic New Year’s Eve Performance. Join them for pre show cocktails at the Gator Bar located inside the Restaurant starting at 6PM! Doors – 8:00pm Show – 9:00pm Confirmed Line Up: Corey Smith & Jacob Powell *All support acts are subject to change without notice. This is an All Ages event subject to parental discretion.

Celebrate the New Year with House of Blues. Their Dinner & Dance featuring Tru Sol package includes a Rocking NYE party with a four-course meal and live music and dancing with Tru Sol as well as a package to keep the party rocking into 2017. You get a certificate for 2 concert tickets to a show of choice in 2017, 25% off World Famous Gospel Brunch on 1/1/17, Buy-One-Get-One offer for Murder Mystery Dinner Theater tickets in 2017 and 25% off retail in The Gear Shop.

Myrtle Beach

2001 Night Club will feature the Pizazz Band in Next Level and Chocolate Chip & Co. in Club Touch with party favors and champagne toast at midnight for $25. Doors open at 8:00 pm.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament  are having a special night including heavy hors d’oeuvres, a tour of the medieval museum of torture, a live show with knights, horses, and royalty, a lavish four-course meal, complimentary party favors, a DJ dance party, and a champagne toast and balloon drop at midnight.

Broadway at the Beach

Celebrate the New Year at Hard Rock Cafe in Myrtle Beach from 10:00 pm until 2:00 am. All guests enjoy live music with Black Glass, Huge Balloon Drop, Confetti Cannons, Party Favors, Live Simulcast from Times Square, Complimentary Appetizers at Midnight.

Legends in Concert will offer two  shows this New Year’s Eve featuring tribute artists for Dolly Parton, Nat King Cole, Bobby Darin, the Blues Brothers and Elvis. Shows will be held at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. The 10 p.m. performance will include a simulcast of the Ball Drop in Times Square and fun party favors.

Celebrations Nitelife’s New Year’s Eve Celebration

Tickets purchased by December 25 will be $25 per person. Starting December 26 through December 31, tickets will be $35 per person. Ticket price includes admission to Malibu’s Surf Bar, Broadway Louie’s and OZ The Experience. There will be a balloon drop, champagne toast, confetti cannons and party favors. For more info, VIP packages and/or to purchase advance tickets call 843-444-3500.

Crocodile Rocks tickets are $20 each for general admission and $30 each for reserved seating. Ticket price includes party favors, a balloon drop and champagne toast. For more info, VIP packages (limited availability) and/or to purchase advance tickets call 843-444-2096.

Market Common

HTC will be streaming Times Square in NYC live beginning at 9pm on the jumbo screen for the Southern Times Square. They will also have their very own mirror ball drop here at The Market Common. To top off this very special night there will be FIREWORKS at Midnight and  TWO stages with live music! There will also be a beer garden, food vendors, human statues, mimes, glass blower, face painters, glitter tattoo’s and dancing in the streets! This is a family friendly event with inflatables and games.

Murrells Inlet

New Year’s Eve ‘Garden by Candlelight’ Pre-Party at Brookgreen Gardens when the sculpture garden will open from 6 – 9 p.m. with thousands of hand-lit candles, holiday lights, and music. Space is limited for this special evening in the gardens and advanced tickets are required. Light refreshments will be available for purchase.

Join the MarshWalk for a fun night with the New Year’s Eve Bar Crawl from 8:00 p.m. to midnight. Also, each of the eight restaurants will have holiday drink and dinner specials throughout the evening. Live music will be played on all stages, and the evening will culminate with a midnight fireworks extravaganza that will light up the Inlet sky with endless colors.

For the little ones:

Noon Year’s Eve at Children’s Museum guests will enjoy special themed crafts and games throughout the morning and will have access to all of the regular museum exhibits. There will also be a balloon drop and kid-friendly toast at noon. This event is free with regular museum admission or a membership.

Ripley’s Aquarium New Year’s Eve Sleepover Kids-Only Party from 8 p.m. – 8 a.m. Kids ages six to 12 can celebrate New Year’s with the sharks. Tickets are $49.99 plus tax per child. Reservations are required and must be made at least 48 hours in advance. Party includes karaoke and crafts, themed party gear, cookie decorating, pizza, movies, music and dancing, and a continental breakfast. There will be a non-alcoholic toast at midnight with a live simulcast from Times Square. For reservations or details, call 843-916-0888, ext. 3223.

And if you are just looking for fireworks:

Barefoot Landing – 6pm

Broadway at the Beach – Midnight

Market Common – Midnight

Murrells Inlet MarshWalk – Midnight

Celebrations Nitelife’s New Year’s Eve Celebration

Tickets purchased by December 25 will be $25 per person. Starting December 26 through December 31, tickets will be $35 per person. Ticket price includes admission to Malibu’s Surf Bar, Broadway Louie’s and OZ The Experience. There will be a balloon drop, champagne toast, confetti cannons and party favors. For more info, VIP packages and/or to purchase advance tickets call 843-444-3500.

Crocodile Rocks

Doors Open at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $20 each for general admission and $30 each for reserved seating. Ticket price includes party favors, a balloon drop and champagne toast. For more info, VIP packages (limited availability) and/or to purchase advance tickets call 843-444-2096.

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