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Myrtle Beach Events: February Roundup

February is an exciting month in Myrtle Beach! Restaurants are gearing up for romantic Valentine’s Events and the area is abuzz with exciting live entertainment. Whether you are coming with the family or as a couple for a Valentine’s getaway, you will find plenty of events to keep you busy during your stay. Check out some of the events happening near Beach Colony Resort in the month of February:


Driving Miss Daisy – Feb.1st & 2nd

Come see this timeless classic! Driving Miss Daisy, the tale of the budding relationship between a moody elderly woman and her African American chauffeur, is coming to life at the 79th Avenue Theater. This warmhearted story is perfect for families or couples alike. Tickets start at only $10 / person and can be purchased by calling (877) 287-8587.


Wine and Design – Feb.14th

Try something different this Valentine’s Day and enjoy a romantic evening out at Wine and Design! This local art studio if offering a unique Valentine’s package: Each couple will come in and create their very own 10x20 painting on canvas. The evening will also include a decadent meal provided by Carrabba’s Italian Grill which includes a glass of wine per person. Couples are also allowed to bring a bottle to enjoy after the painting is complete and mingle with other couples. Tickets to this event are $75 / couple. Call (843) 213-0346 for more information.


Broadway Spectacular – Feb.22nd

Head to the Myrtle Beach High School Music and Arts Center on Saturday, February 22nd for the event of the year! Long Bay Symphony proudly presents an evening of Dancing and Romancing – a Broadway Spectacular. Enjoy a night of live music, colorful costumes, and brilliant choreography as professional dancers put on excerpts from your Broadway favorites. Call (843) 448-8379 for more information.

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