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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Myrtle Beach Entertainment Shake-Up in 2011

Two of the most popular entertainment venues in the Myrtle Beach area have announced plans for major changes in 2011. While Legends in Concert is merely changing locations, Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede is completely changing the format of the show.

After 18 years and over 7,000,000 visitors, the Dixie Stampede is going nautical... in a BIG way. An $11 million upgrade will, among other things, convert the former horse/bison/ostrich-and-rider show into a 15-foot-deep lagoon in which actual pirates will battle each other... in full-sized pirate ships! The new attraction, appropriately named Pirate's Voyage, will allow guests to experience the "spirit and swashbuckling excitement of the pirates who called the Carolina coast home." Blackeard, Captain Kidd and Anne Bonny will all make appearances, and the former North-vs.-South spectator battle will be transformed into warring Crimson and Sapphire Pirate camps. As before, a five-course pirate feast will ensure that no one leaves hungry. The new show is scheduled to open in June, and a schedule will be posted at www.piratesvoyage.com as soon as it becomes available.

For as long as Dolly has been delighting visitors on the north end of Myrtle Beach, Legends in Concert has been wowing them on the south end with its Las Vegas-style celebrity impersonation show. In fact, the show has become so popular that it has outgrown its former location, and will be moving to Broadway at the Beach for 2011. The new theater, located next to Planet Hollywood, will offer its guests a spectacular experience, including a projected stage with seating on three sides, side-stage monitors for close-up views form every seat and even VIP table booths for an even more personalized experience. As anyone who's seen the show knows, Marilyn Monroe already did her best to make it personal! Performances are scheduled to begin on March 11, and you can find more info at www.legendsinconcert.com.

Plans are underway for the former Legends in Concert location in Surfside Beach, and we'll let you know as soon as they are announced.

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Myrtle Beach Entertainment Shake-Up in 2011

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Two of the most popular entertainment venues in the Myrtle Beach area have announced plans for major changes in 2011. While Legends in Concert is merely changing locations, Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede is completely changing the format of the show.

After 18 years and over 7,000,000 visitors, the Dixie Stampede is going nautical... in a BIG way. An $11 million upgrade will, among other things, convert the former horse/bison/ostrich-and-rider show into a 15-foot-deep lagoon in which actual pirates will battle each other... in full-sized pirate ships! The new attraction, appropriately named Pirate's Voyage, will allow guests to experience the "spirit and swashbuckling excitement of the pirates who called the Carolina coast home." Blackeard, Captain Kidd and Anne Bonny will all make appearances, and the former North-vs.-South spectator battle will be transformed into warring Crimson and Sapphire Pirate camps. As before, a five-course pirate feast will ensure that no one leaves hungry. The new show is scheduled to open in June, and a schedule will be posted at www.piratesvoyage.com as soon as it becomes available.

For as long as Dolly has been delighting visitors on the north end of Myrtle Beach, Legends in Concert has been wowing them on the south end with its Las Vegas-style celebrity impersonation show. In fact, the show has become so popular that it has outgrown its former location, and will be moving to Broadway at the Beach for 2011. The new theater, located next to Planet Hollywood, will offer its guests a spectacular experience, including a projected stage with seating on three sides, side-stage monitors for close-up views form every seat and even VIP table booths for an even more personalized experience. As anyone who's seen the show knows, Marilyn Monroe already did her best to make it personal! Performances are scheduled to begin on March 11, and you can find more info at www.legendsinconcert.com.

Plans are underway for the former Legends in Concert location in Surfside Beach, and we'll let you know as soon as they are announced.

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