Beach Music is played in North Myrtle Beach. You probably know what Beach Music is if you have ever visited NMB. Frequent the clubs and lounges on Main Street in Ocean Drive to hear it daily. If you haven’t heard of it, you need to hear the music we call “Carolina Beach Music”. There are many recollections of how it got started. People that live in North Myrtle Beach will say Beach Music started here in the Grand Strand area of South Carolina. There are several cities and towns in North Carolina that also claim to be the birthplace of Carolina Beach Music. It doesn’t matter where it started. If you are a fan of the music and the official state dance of SC, you need to visit North Myrtle Beach. Plan to visit as much as possible to shag on the dance floors and listen to the best music in the world.
SOS – 3 Times a Year in NMB
Some of the biggest events in Beach Music happen in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Plan to attend SOS, which stands for Society of Stranders. They throw some major parties. Spring Safari, Fall Migration and Midwinter Break are held every year. The clubs on Main Street feature live bands and DJs for 10 days in the Spring and Fall. The first event of the year, Midwinter Break, is a long weekend in January. You will have to check out the schedule for various workshops and other events they have during the year. Membership is currently $35/year if you purchase from one of the Member Shag Clubs or participating clubs.
SOS Clubs and Lounges
Check out Fat Harolds, Ducks, OD Arcade, and the clubs at OD Beach & Golf Resort; Spanish Galleon and HOTO’s. We also recommend you check out Deckerz Bar & Grill located at the intersection of Hillside and Main. They have some of the best food and LIVE Bands just about every night of the week.
Beach Music Events
Festivals and Band Events like the Carolina Beach Music Awards are a major attraction to the city of NMB. Bands play live in the streets and clubs all over Main Street. Look at our Events Calendar for News about upcoming Events like the Ocean Drive Beach Music Festival held the first Saturday in May. There are many events held at the Resort in the Spanish Galleon and HOTO’s Beach Club located inside the OD Resort.
Beach Music Radio
If you want to listen to Beach Music, The Hall of Fame Station, WVCO 94.9 The Surf broadcasts the Best in Beach Music and Classic Hits from North Myrtle Beach. When you are in town, be sure to tune in to 94.9 FM or stream it live from the app on your mobile Internet device. Visit the website at 949thesurf.com. The Surf is a great way to keep up with some of the best events that happen here at the beach. If you want to learn more about the station and keep up with Beach Music Fans, we recommend you follow the social media pages like Beach Music Online and Beach Music Shows on Twitter
Do you Like Beach Music?
Tell us what you think in the comments below. If we can help you find a place to stay in NMB when you come to town for these events, give us a call at 843-249-3433 or search homes and condos here on our website.