Myrtle Beach Bars: Top 3 Places To See Live Music in Myrtle Beach
Beach vacations really can’t be beaten, and there are no better places to spend your time at the beach than the famous Myrtle Beach in South Carolina. There also truly is no better way to experience Myrtle Beach than with a group of your closest friends or family, which is why a stay with Together Resorts will make your Myrtle Beach getaway more than perfect. Together Resorts is built around the idea of group travel, and can accommodate groups of any size—even up to 70 guests in one unit! With everything Myrtle Beach is famous for, there’s no shortage of things to do during your trip there, and live music is no exception. There are more than enough places to enjoy some live performances during your getaway to South Carolina, but these are three Myrtle Beach bars you definitely can’t miss!
The Landing at The Boathouse
If you’re looking for the Myrtle Beach bar known for having the best live music in the area, look no further than The Landing at The Boathouse. Not only does their menu feature all the food you could possibly crave, from burgers to shrimp (and even finger food favorites like pretzel bites and fried pickles), but you can also enjoy a drink at their outdoor tiki bar. Sundays at The Landing are for live music, and rather than your usual performance, this Myrtle Beach bar puts on full weekly concerts that feature both local artists, and artists from Nashville who might just be the next big thing. The shows are completely free, so you and your entire travel group can easily enjoy a night of live music here during your trip to Myrtle Beach.
Tin Roof Myrtle Beach
Not only does Tin Roof Myrtle Beach offer an amazing menu featuring all the Southern favorite you could want, but they provide more than one opportunity to catch some live music during your trip to Myrtle Beach. Based on their free oceanfront concert, Coastal Sounds, which occurred on August third, it’s clear that Tin Roof takes live music seriously, offering daily opportunities to watch some artists perform live while you enjoy your meal. While you can enjoy a meal at Tin Roof anytime, you do need a reservation to get into their live music room for lunch or Sunday brunch, so that you can be sure to only be surrounded by other people who want to enjoy the music as much as you do.
The Bowery is known for serving up some of the most decked-out burgers in town, their sandwiches coming topped with things like banana peppers, onion rings, and even sautéed mushrooms. However, it’s not just the food they’re good at—this Myrtle Beach bar also has nightly live music, starting at 8:30, and featuring a variety of artists, especially on the weekends. This is the perfect place to stop if you’re looking for a unique meal paired with a unique performance in a fun and casual environment.
Best Myrtle Beach Bars
Myrtle Beach always has something fun happening, and when it comes to live music, there’s no exception. There are plenty of Myrtle Beach bars just waiting to entertain you, and there’s more than enough live music around to overfill your trip itinerary! A stay at Together Resorts will not only put you close enough to each of these restaurants that you’ll be able to visit each one easily, but they’ll have enough room for you and everyone you love hanging out with to come and enjoy Myrtle Beach’s live music scene together.