It’s been a while.
Memories of jam-packed dance floors will have to remain a beautiful memory, for now. But things are definitely shaking in Myrtle Beach. Locals and visitors are still shaking and grooving into the fall.
Here are five spots you can trip the light fantastic. Or whatever they’re calling it these days.
5 Places to Get Your Dance on in Myrtle Beach
Shake, shake, shake. Shake, shake, shake. Shake your booty.
Myrtle Beach’s marquee honky-tonk rocks out nightly. Come listen to the stylings of a house band or a fill-in artist from among the area’s finest musicians. The food is also off the hook, especially the wings. It’s an awesome spot for funky-fresh rocking out in a legendary venue. Seventy-five-plus years of shenanigans can’t be wrong.
Fat Harold’s Beach Club
Shag dancing begins and ends at Fat Harold’s, an iconic dance shack on Ocean Drive. (Can’t shag? Show up on Tuesday for free lessons.) Any other night of the week, the friendly crowd is happy to help you with your footwork, too. You can also enjoy cocktails, awesome DJs, and pretty good food, too.
House of Blues
Dance out on the deck to an array of music genres. You’ll be treated to performances by local legends and nationally known artists. It’s a fun ambiance, so bring your friends. The tribute bands will blow you away. Dance the night away, then come back in the morning for breakfast. How many places can you do that?
There are always party people in the house here, especially the younger folk. They love the themed parties, but there’s also a spot out back to kick back and enjoy a frozen cocktail. We’ve seen conga lines in this place, which is no surprise. This is a great place to visit for a bit of nightlife wildness.
If you haven’t heard OF the Tin Roof, chances are you have HEARD the Tin Roof. It’s a hopping-hotspot with live music and a hotbed for rising country acts. Get there for happy hour, have some appetizers, and make some friends. Their better-than-bar-food menu presents a difficult decision. Will you keep cutting a rug, or stop to grub?