Category: Amusements


Broadway at the Beach talks Wahlburgers, Paula Deen and all the changes coming to the area


Dave & Buster’s and Paula Deen aren’t the only changes coming to Broadway at the Beach in 2017.


29th Annual North Myrtle Beach St. Patty’s Day Festival and Parade


The 29th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade kicked off on a cold Saturday on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach that quickly warmed up just in time for the festivities.


Spring must be here: Broadway Grand Prix racing into new year

02MarBroadway Grand Prix Family Race Park is back for a new year, open daily into summer, starting with: noon-8 p.m. March 2, and March 5-9; noon-10 p.m. March 3; and 10 a.m.-10 p.m. March 4. Details at 843-839-4080 or Details: At 1820 21st Ave N. Ext., Myrtle Beach, at U.S. 17, across from Broadway at the Beach. Various pricing options.
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Fair returns to Horry County for 2017

28FebThe Horry County Fair will roll for a second straight year at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Events open April 7, and go daily through April 16, Easter Sunday with this schedule: noon-11 p.m. April 7-9 and 14-15, 2-11 p.m. April 10-13, and opening at noon on April 16. Attractions will include daily entertainment on stage and with Robinson’s Racing Pigs and Paddling Porkers, and a petting zoo, with both of these free to see with daily admission (not including rides): $5 ages 12 and older; $3 ages 5-11, 65 and older, and anyone with military ID; and free ages 4 and younger. . Specially themed days include “$2 Monday Funday,” April 19, with $2 admission for everyone, and $10 wristbands for unlimited rides, and “Senior Citizen Day” April 11 with free admission all day for ages 65 and older. Find Myrtle...

Meet Santa, the Grinch and more at “Winter Wonderland” at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach SC


Christmas is finally here and Broadway at the Beach has it’s own interactive walk-through “Winter Wonderland.” Guests will be transported to various lands where their favorite Christmas characters live, having the chance to meet and take photos with the beloved figures.


Golf cart crossing to link Market Common, Myrtle Beach State Park


Golf carts will soon have a path crossing Kings Highway allowing safe passage from The Market Common to the Myrtle Beach State Park. The Horry County Transportation Committee on Tuesday approved a $28,000 request from state Rep. Alan Clemmons to make the needed improvements at the Center South Shopping Plaza to accommodate the vehicles. The state legislature recently changed the law to allow golf carts to access state parks, and the only entry point for golf carts to access the Myrtle Beach park is at that existing stoplight, Clemmons said.


Grand Strand Golf: Love golf and have a phone? You can earn $10,000 and a trip


Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday has created one of its most ambitious promotions to date. The marketing cooperative is giving away $10,000 and a free golf vacation through a promotion it has dubbed the “Myrtle Beach Golf Is Great Video Contest.”