Can-Am concerts free
The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce’s 54th Annual Canadian-American Days Festival, a celebration through March 22, includes free concerts by tribute artists from Legends in Concert of Myrtle Beach (238-7827, 800-960-7469 or www.legendsinconcert.com), and the Beach Brass Quintet. More festival details at 626-7444, 800-356-3016 or www.visitmyrtlebeach.com.
Tea time at museum
Join a “Titanic Tea Time,” with Julie Williams, author, whose great uncle survived the RMS Titanic sinking. Reservations required at 427-7668, or email director@NMBmuseum.com. Museum open noon-4 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays: $5 ages 13-59, $4 ages 60 and older or student/military with ID, $3 ages 5-12, and free ages 4 and younger. www.nmbmuseum.com.
N.Y. drama in series
Fans of independent, classic, foreign and notable films might like an easy escape for Cinematique of Wilmington, next with “A Most Violent Year,” a drama set in New York, from 2014, and 2 hours and 5 minutes long. Details at 910-632-2285 or thalianhall.org.
Art show at cafe
A Winter Art Show, continues Mondays-Saturdays through May 15. Details at 449-9370 or www.collectorscafeandgallery.com.
Three sites in wax museum
The Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center comprises the Hollywood Wax Museum, Outbreak: Dread the Undead, and Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors. Details at 444-0091 or www.hollywoodwaxmyrtlebeach.com.
For a complete list of upcoming events, festivals and shows, visit MyrtleBeachOnline.com/kicks.