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The Palace Theatre offers varied entertainment for guests of Long Bay Resort

Long Bay Resort, with nearly 300 accommodation choices, is one of Myrtle Beach’s most popular vacation nooks for travelers.

The condos, suites, efficiencies and rooms, along with an array of amenities including indoor pools, a sauna and exercise room, make this resort perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Golf enthusiasts will surely appreciate the golf department staff, which has extensive knowledge of Grand Strand courses. Staff members can create personalized golf getaways for each guest. The added plus is that surrounding golf courses are easily accessible from Long Bay Resort’s location on Myrtle Beach’s north end.

It is also conveniently located from a beloved entertainment venue known as The Palace Theatre, Myrtle Beach.

Constructed in 1995, The Palace is home to entertainment enjoyed by all age groups.  Initially, it served as a concert hall that hosted country crooners, R&B icons and others. Patti LaBelle and even reggae star, Maxi Priest, performed there in the past.

Singers of old, including Tony Orlando, still grace the stage occasionally.  The Palace Theatre of today, however, is mostly dedicated to productions similar to those seen in Las Vegas and on Broadway.

Le Grand Cirque Adrenaline, for example, combines the most exquisite circus stunts, gymnastics, acrobatics and illusions together with stunning theatrics to birth a thrilling production, entertaining from start to finish.

Other shows reflect some of the natural personality of beach life – ‘’Rock Around The Clock” is an example of this.

Folks on the Grand Strand love beach music, with the genre being celebrated here in a variety of ways, including at annual gatherings of shag dancers held in North Myrtle Beach and at the Beach Music Hall of Fame in Conway.

“Rock Around The Clock,” which is a featured show at The Palace through Dec. 29, is a production that salutes rock ‘n’ roll as it was in the 1950s. While singing the classics of that decade, cast members also recreate the look of that period by wearing poodle skirts, Buddy Holly glasses and lots of white shoes, although it is after Labor Day.

The Palace’s “Christmas on Ice” show gets underway Nov. 2 and runs through Dec. 29.

Dancers, skaters, and singers perform in a production that features new songs and traditional Christmas favorites, including “White Christmas,” “Winter Wonderland,” and “Silent Night.”


If you go:
What: Palace Theatre
Where: 1420 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29577
Tickets: Prices vary. Call the box office for schedule of upcoming shows and concerts.
Info: Call 1-800-905-4228 or visit http://www.palacetheatremyrtlebeach.com/index.cfm
Directions: Start going southwest on North Ocean Boulevard/S.C. 73 toward 72nd Ave.  Take the first right onto 72nd Ave.  Take the second left onto North Kings Highway/U.S. 17 BR. Turn right onto 21st Ave. N. Turn right onto Greens Boulevard. Turn left onto Loop Road.

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