Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Beach Front Central
601 South Ocean Boulevard
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Phone: (843) 448-1491
Fax: (843) 626-5134
This ballpark is the home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the single-A club under the Texas Rangers' farm system. The park seats 6500 and throughout the season, the Pelicans usually have amazing specials. For instance, the 1USD beer nights on select games is perfect with a couple of hot-dogs and the great American pastime. The stadium is also known as TicketReturn.com Field, however most locals still call it Pelican Ballpark.
This multiplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
The Palace Theatre is a grand auditorium which seats 2638 guests who watch performances under the dynamic lighting, large stage area and state-of-the-art sound system. The shows that take place here are usually touring troupes or shows like Le Grand Cirque, The Magical Spirit of Ireland or Jersey Boys. There are two levels, the mezzanine and the orchestra section, and every seat provides an intimate view. Additionally, as with most shows in Myrtle Beach, they are suitable for all age-groups.
Broadway Louie's at Celebrity Square is both arcade and sports pub, with video, arcade and virtual reality games on one side of the bar and on the other, more than 50 screens to watch your favorite teams. Broadway Louie's has karaoke every night and the kitchen serves items like New York-style pizza, subs and various appetizers. Overall, a relaxed place to eat and drink without denting your wallet too much.
In an IMAX show, there is no bad seat in the house as everyone has a semi-reclining chair and the screen literally wraps 360 degrees around you. The shows vary throughout the year, but each one is as realistic and thrilling as the last. The photography is superb, the scenery breathtaking and the audio fantastic. IMAX can be rented for business meetings.
This park is located within Myrtle Beach's Market Common shopping and dining area. Valor Park is regularly used to host local concerts, festivals and public events.
This multiplex has 16 screens for your viewing pleasure. It also features digital sound systems and stadium seating for your comfort. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
This is the spot where well-known comics as well as lesser-known ones come to ply the locals with laughs. In most cities or towns it's sometimes difficult to find even one comedy club, but in Myrtle Beach you can find plenty and Carolina Comedy is one of the best. Moreover, the stage does not only present funnymen and women, on certain nights there are hypnotists, magic shows and other quirky performers. For more information on prices and food menu, check the website.
Built around the 1960s, the Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium is a versatile venue with a seating capacity for 3500 spectators. Home to the Seahawks, this massive stadium is frequented by football fans who come along to catch their favorite players live in action. Named after Doug Shaw, this stadium is well-equipped to cater to all the events that take place here. This stadium is not only witness to sporting events alone but it also plays host to a variety of events and activities including the popular Myrtle Beach Fourth of July Concert.
This is a fun spot where live impersonators revive both living and dead artists. There is no auto-tune, no lip-synching, and no pantomime fakes, these performers hit every note of their respective superstar's hits and even impeccably emulate their moves and facial expressions. Some celebrities include Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Diana Ross, Cher, Buddy Holly, Dolly Parton, Madonna, The Blues Brothers and many others. After you see this show, you'll leave incredulous (albeit temporarily) with the idea that you really saw Elvis perform in Myrtle Beach.
Travel back in time to the 11th Century, where brave knights fought to the death upon valiant steeds. Fortunately, you won't see anybody truly hurt at this show, but you will see some incredible performers using authentic lances and roundels as weapons. After 375 hours of training, the "knaves" become "knights" and all wear authentic costumes. They throw javelins from galloping horses and joust while riding at speeds that sometimes reaches 35-mph. The beautiful Andalusian horses are a sight unto themselves and a four-course dinner of barbecue beef and chicken is always served before the show begins.
Since its first incarnation in 1992, the House of Blues has become a household name. With different locations in cities like Hollywood, Orlando, L.A. and Chicago (there are 13 in all), founder Isaac Tigrett and celebrity Dan Aykroyd bring live entertainment and better-than-average pub grub to the delight of citizens around the country. Despite its name, the music is not entirely of the blues, 12/8 time-signature variety, just check the event calendar to find your favorite style of music or entertainment. With shows that run the gamut from Murder Mystery Dinner Theater to the World Famous Gospel Brunch, there is something for everyone. Music and art influence every aspect of House of Blues' decor and every region has an ambiance that reflects its city. In fact, with over 600 pieces of "outsider" art, House of Blues is one of the largest folk art galleries in Myrtle Beach. In regards to food, HOB serves a variety of Southern-delta inspired dishes including Jambalaya and BBQ Baby Back Ribs. For the complete kitchen menu, check the Myrtle Beach HOB website.