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Bring in the New Year in Myrtle Beach

There’s no better place to bring in the New Year than Myrtle Beach.  Ring in 2012 with live entertainment, great food, fireworks and some of the best New Years parties anywhere.  Whether you’re looking for a fun getaway or something more family friendly Myrtle Beach has something for everyone.

Hard Rock Cafe New Years Eve Bash-Toast 2012 at Hard Rock Cafe’s New Years Eve Bash. Champagne, balloon drop and great music.  Tickets are $25.00 and include a light buffet, party favors, and Champagne toast.

Celebrity Square at Broadway at the Beach-Featuring 7 clubs with distinctively different themes, tickets are $35.00 and includes admission to:  Club Boca, Malibu’s Surf Bar, Broadway Louies, Froggy Bottomz, Blarney Stones, Crocodile Rocks, & Revolutions.  Get all your friends together and make it a night to remember.

For the Kids:

Children’s Museum of South Carolina-The kids will have a great time at the Noon Year’s Eve Bash at the Children’s Museum of South Carolina.  The fun begins on December 31st at 9AM and ends with a balloon drop and toast at noon.

Ripley’s Aquarium-Sleep with the Sharks!– This overnight event is jam packed with fun activities for the kids. Karaoke, music, crafts and pizza are included in the $69.99 price.

Plan you vacation to Myrtle Beach right now and bring in the New Year with us.  We have amazing bargains and specials and vacation rental homes and condos in all price points.  Give us a call today or visit www.northmyrtlebeachtravel.com

2 Comments

  1. avatar

    Larry

    December 5, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    We have already booked for New Years Eve. See you then.

  2. avatar

    Janet

    December 15, 2011 at 9:31 am

    I love the picture with ocean washing away 2011. Bring in 2012…I’ll be in Myrtle Beach for the New Year.

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