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Ring in the New Year in North Myrtle Beach

Watch fireworks in North Myrtle BeachLooking for a unique way to ring in the New Year? In North Myrtle Beach, there are plenty of ways to celebrate! Here are just a few of the many New Year's Eve parties, events and things to do to help you say “Goodbye, 2018. Hello, 2019!”

Things to Do on New Year's Eve

CELEBRATE AT NOON AT LULU’S

Lucy Buffett’s Lulu’s, located along the scenic waterway, is celebrating Noon Year’s Eve! On December 31, bring the kids to a fun-filled day complete with face painting, balloon animals, live music, crafts and a sandcastle-building contest! Best of all, when the clock strikes noon, there will be a huge drop of colorful beach balls. Visit the Lulu’s website for more information about this kid-friendly event that is sure to become your family’s New Year’s tradition.

IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS

If you are still in the holiday spirit, New Year’s Eve isn’t too late to catch some of North Myrtle Beach’s most festive live entertainment. “The South’s Grandest Christmas Show” at Alabama Theatre and “The Christmas Show of the South” at The Carolina Opry both offer shows on New Year’s Eve. For showtimes and tickets, visit the Alabama Theatre website and The Carolina Opry website.

FESTIVE FIREWORKS ON THE WATER

Watch fireworks sparkle and reflect over the pristine waters of Barefoot Landing. This 100-plus-acre complex in North Myrtle Beach is filled with shopping, dining and entertainment and will be ringing in 2019 with a stunning fireworks display. Celebrate New Year's Eve in North Myrtle BeachThe fireworks show is free, so there is no excuse to not join the party! For a truly special night, extend your celebration by making a reservation for dinner with a view of the waterway at Greg Norman Australian Grille.

2019 New Year's Eve Parties and Events

“WINE” DOWN 2018 AT THE VINEYARDS

Everyone loves a good bonfire, especially when the temperatures drop. Head over to Little River and join La Belle Amie for a festive New Year Bonfire on December 29. Admission is only $5, but they’ll take $2 off the price if you bring two canned or dry food items for donation to the local food bank. For more information, stop by their website.

PARTY FOR DAYS AT DUCK’S

Celebrate the new year at the biggest party on the Grand Strand! For $35 per person, you will enjoy THREE DAYS (December 30–January 1) of live band performances. Keep the celebration going with party favors, champagne toasts and a New Year’s Eve Breakfast Buffet at midnight. After ringing in the New Year, enjoy the New Year’s Day Luncheon. For more information or to make reservations, go to their website.

DINE AND DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY

Throughout the year, North Myrtle Beach’s iconic House of Blues is a great spot to catch live music and events. This New Year’s Eve, take advantage of a special Dinner & Dance party, which includes a four-course meal, live music, dancing and a champagne toast at midnight . Plus, with a ticket purchase, you get some other perks like discounts on tickets to a show in 2019 . . . giving you the perfect excuse to come back to visit us again!

Check out the House of Blues website for menu and ticket information.

RESOLUTIONS CAN WAIT FOR PANCAKES

Start your New Year’s resolution after breakfast, because you won’t want to miss out on eating breakfast in North Myrtle Beach. Conveniently located on Highway 17, Dino’s House of Pancakes is a favorite spot of both locals and visitors. Be sure to try a stack of buttermilk pancakes or the Deluxe Special (one of those kinds of meals that comes with “all the fixins”).

No matter which New Year’s Eve party you attend, make it part of your resolution to come back to North Myrtle Beach in 2019. Since this is a New Year's resolution you can actually stick to, go ahead and book your accommodations now!