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 2023, 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 fun 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 firework show. Fireworks will take place at 7 p.m. and are free for all guests. Consider treating yourself to dinner before the show at one of Barefoot Landing’s restaurants including Greg Norman’s Australian Grille and Taco Mundo Kitchen y Cantina.
There's also Crooked Hammock Brewery's annual celebration between 8 p.m. and 1 a.m. Tickets are available for the open bar, cookout food stations, and festivities, including a live DJ and dance floor. At midnight, there'll be a keg drop.
Party Your Way into the New Year
House of Blues is the perfect place to rock into 2023. With unforgettable performances from Corey Smith and Jeb Gibson, you’ll certainly be singing and dancing the night away. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the venue is standing-room only.
Get down on the dance floor at 3001 Nightclub’s New Years Eve Weekend Bash. Ring in the New Year at one of the nightclub’s many sections including Club Envy with music from the Painted Man, Bourbon Cowboy with a live performance from Tim Elliot, or at Club rewind with music from the decades with the Tim Clark Band. Purchase your tickets now. Doors open at 7 p.m. Admission includes party favors and a champagne toast at midnight.
Enjoy Culinary Delights & More
If you’re looking for something a little more classical, join the Long Bay Symphony for their Strauss On The Strand Gala in Myrtle Beach. This New Year’s Eve event starts at 7 p.m. and includes a three-course dinner, Symphony performances, a midnight toast, and a special performance from the Long Bay Dance Band. The holiday affair is black tie-optional and guests are encouraged to buy tickets before the event.
Start the New Year with delicious cuisine at 21 Main Prime Steakhouse. Dine on a prix fixe menu featuring delicious starters, salads, seafood and steak entrées, and top off your evening with a homemade NY cheesecake. Make a reservation today. Meanwhile, 21 Main Events at North Beach starts their peace and love-themed New Year's festivities at 8 p.m. with award-winning hors d'oeuvres, a premium bar, champagne toast, and live music. Purchase tickets ahead of the event!
Eat your way into the New Year at Avista Resort. It's annual New Year's dinner and celebration kicks off at 7 p.m. with appetizers, a welcome drink, and a dinner buffet featuring a pasta station and more. The party starts at 8:30 p.m. with live music from Gary Lowder & SMOKIN' HOT. There'll be a livestream of the New York ball drop and a champagne toast at midnight with party favors and keepsakes.
No matter where you choose to celebrate, ringing in the New Year in North Myrtle Beach is the perfect way to kick off 2023.