Grab your party hats and get ready to ring in the New Year. Whether you're looking for family fun or want to party your way into 2024, we’ve mapped out the best ways to celebrate New Year's Eve in North Myrtle Beach.  


Find Family Fun in Barefoot Landing

It’s never too early to get the celebration started at LuLu’s! LuLu’s Noon Year's Eve event is perfect for kids of all ages to partake in the festivities without having to make it all the way to midnight. Gather the family for music, games, food, and, of course, lots of fun. When the countdown to noon ends, watch hundreds of beach balls drop from the sky (a volleyball net secured from the roof) onto the sand for a New Year ball drop moment like no other. The fun begins at 10 a.m. at Barefoot Landing, and there’s no entry fee to attend the event. 

Barefoot Landing hosts even more fun as the evening goes on with their beloved fireworks show. Fireworks will take place at 7 p.m. and are free for all guests. Consider treating yourself to dinner before or after the show at one of Barefoot Landing’s many restaurants, including Umbertos and Flying Fish


Party Your Way into the New Year 

Start New Year’s Eve off with a Fireworks Cruise across the Intracoastal Waterway on the Barefoot Queen Riverboat. While onboard, enjoy a carefully curated meal, entertainment, and a fully stocked bar. While you’re in Barefoot Landing, keep the party going at Crooked Hammock Brewery. A ticket to their New Year’s Eve Bash will get you access to free bar drinks, live entertainment and apps, entrees, and dessert throughout the evening. Join the community and staff for a midnight toast and party all the way into 2024. 

Ring in 2024 20’s style at the House of Blues New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dance. A ticket to this event will get you a four-course dinner, live entertainment by Soultrii, and party favors. 

For food, fun, and entertainment, head to 21 Main at North Beach. This ticketed New Year’s Eve event will feature award-winning hors d'oeuvres, premium bar drinks, a champagne toast at midnight, and breakfast to go. 

Those looking for a more classical experience can enjoy Viennese music from the Long Bay Symphony. The Strauss on the Sand event will take place at First Presbyterian Church and will have you dancing and humming all night long. 
If you’re looking to groove your way into 2024, grab your dancing shoes and head to 3001 Nightlife. Here, you can party to three different bands under one roof, ensuring there’s something for everyone's music taste. 3001 Nightlife will be offering a celebration every night from Friday, Dec 29th to Sunday, Dec 31st, so you can celebrate all weekend long.

No matter where you choose to celebrate, ringing in the New Year in North Myrtle Beach is the perfect way to kick off 2024.