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January Events in Myrtle Beach
The New Year is just around the corner, meaning a whole new season for fun, family friendly events! Kick start the new year with live, local music or enjoy a night of silly fun playing putt putt with the family. Here's our roundup of the area's top family events for the month of January, make sure you check one out during your vacation!
Blues-A-Palooza – January 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
Looking to enjoy a great night of live, local music during your stay in Myrtle Beach? You don’t have to look far - just head a few minutes north to the Myrtle Beach House of Blues, the area’s premier live music venue, to enjoy the smooth, soulful sounds of some of the area’s greatest blues bands. The Blues-A-Palooza concert series showcases a wide array of local and regional bands in a fun, family friendly environment. And, the best part is, this event is completely free! The show starts at 9:00 pm and is offered each Saturday in January. Call (843) 272-3000 for more information.
Musical Narrative – January 19th
Introduce a little culture into your Myrtle Beach vacation with a trip to Long Bay Symphony. Their popular Musical Narrative series returns in January with a stellar lineup. Jeffrey Jones of the Carolina Master Chorale is leading the symphony through a powerful journey featuring excerpts from favorites like Romeo & Juliet, Tchaikovsky, and Belshazzar’s Feast – to name a few. This event takes place at 4:00 pm at the Myrtle Beach High School Music & Arts Center. Call (843) 448-8379 for information or to purchase tickets.
Pajamas & Putt Putt – January 25th
Dress to impress in your favorite pajamas and head to Captain Hook’s Adventure Golf for a night of golf and charity. This event is fun for the whole family and proceeds go to support the local Habitat for Humanity. There will be putt putt competitions with plenty of prize drawings and awards for the lowest scores. Registration begins at 10am and the games begin at 11am. Call (843) 650-8815 for more information.