Myrtle Beach's Broadway at the Beach Presents the Third Annual Coca-Cola Summer Nights

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South Carolina's Largest Festival Entertainment Complex Welcomes Back "Mr. Nigel’s Music" and Introduces New Acts to Its Summer Entertainment Series

Our goal is for visitors to have such a fun and exciting experience that they will want to come back again while on vacation.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina's top travel destination, Broadway at the Beach, will feature its annual Coca-Cola Summer Nights for the third year in a row. Festivities will take place from June 3 through Sept. 1, with free nightly entertainment. “Mr. Nigel’s Music” and “Fire Circus” will co-headline with shows rotating throughout the week in various locations on the property.

Mr. Nigel’s Music, an interactive musical entertainment show engaging all ages, returns to Broadway at the Beach this year and will be featured every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. New this year is Fire Circus, a unique style of entertainment creating an atmosphere of excitement, while maintaining the illusion of danger through hypnotic visual and stylistic elements borrowed from ancient traditions. Fire Circus will perform every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.

In addition, Coca-Cola Summer Nights will feature a variety of strolling entertainment. Legends In Concert will showcase several of its tribute artists every Tuesday and Wednesday with a golf cart tour throughout the property for meet and greets. The final stop will be at the Legends In Concert Seasonal Sales Kiosk, located at Center Court, where tribute artists will give a brief performance. Other strolling and miscellaneous entertainment will include Whacker Barrel, Living Statues, Palace Theatre entertainers and many other singing, dancing and performance groups visiting the area.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Coca-Cola to bring such a wonderful line up of entertainment for the third annual Coca-Cola Summer Nights,” said Melissa Armstrong, marketing manager at Broadway at the Beach. “Our goal is for visitors to have such a fun and exciting experience that they will want to come back to Broadway at the Beach again while on vacation."

Several Broadway at the Beach merchants will also host summer events and activities. Hard Rock Café will feature nightly entertainment on their patio through Labor Day weekend; Wet Willie’s will have live musical entertainment five nights per week; and Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville will be open late nights starting June 7, with musical entertainment featured in the SOS Bar.

Broadway at the Beach will also feature a weekly fireworks extravaganza over Lake Broadway on Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. This summer, fireworks displays will also take place on Friday nights at 10 p.m., from June 21 through August 16 (with the exception of July 5).

For more information about Broadway at the Beach, visit, call 1-800-386-4662, follow Broadway at the Beach on Twitter or “like” on Facebook.

About Broadway at the Beach

Broadway at the Beach is the largest festival entertainment complex in South Carolina. A $250 million attraction, set on 350 acres in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Broadway features three theaters, 23 restaurants and eateries and more than 100 specialty shops as well as attractions, nightclubs and hotels, all surrounding the 23-acre Lake Broadway. A past recipient of the South Carolina Governor's Cup, it was deemed the state's best travel destination by the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism. More than 14 million people visit Broadway at the Beach annually, making it the region’s most popular destination.

Among Broadway at the Beach’s restaurants are Hard Rock Café, Planet Hollywood and Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville. Broadway at the Beach is also home to three hotels, Hampton Inn, Fairfield Inn and Holiday Inn Express, plus WonderWorks, Legends in Concert, Ripley’s Aquarium, Palace Theatre, Carmike’s Broadway Cinema 17 (featuring BigD Ultimate Movie Experience), the Pavilion Nostalgia Park (featuring nine rides from the former Pavilion Amusement Park), and Celebrity Square, a New Orleans-inspired nightclub district.

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