The 411 on concerts in Myrtle Beach and the Carolinas
07/31/2014 4:34 PM
07/31/2014 4:35 PM
Wanna see a show?
Get off your duff and make plans now for these sizzling acts coming to the Grand Strand and the Carolinas.
New This Week:
Blues legend Buddy Guy returns to the House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach on Nov. 8 to show that even at 77-years-old, he’s still “Stone Crazy.” Tickets range from $27 to $51.50. Quinn Sullivan is also on the bill.
A pair of hardcore bands, Pierce the Veil and Sleeping with Sirens, co-headline a show at HOB on Nov 15. Tickets are on sale now and range from $25 to $35. The bulking bill is filled out by Beartooth and This Wild Life.
Tickets for all HOB shows are on sale now at the venue’s Barefoot Landing box office, online at www.livenation.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
Joe Bonamassa brings his brand of rock and blues to the Township Auditorium in Columbia on Dec. 24. Ticket prices range from $69 to $99, and are available at the box office, via http://www.ticketmaster.comor by calling 800-745-3000.
Recently granted an early release from a five-year prison stint, rapper Lil’ Boosie wants to exercise his freedom at the Florence Civic Center on Sept. 5. August Alsina is also on the bill. Tickets prices range from $35 to $200 and are available at the box office, online at http://www.ticketmaster.comor by phone at 800-745-3000.
Not only is Widespread Panic listed for Oct. 3 at the North Charleston Coliseum, but standup comic/actor Nick Swardson is also on the calendar to deliver a set of his quirky humor. Tickets are on sale for $39.50.
Pop-punk outfit A Day to Remember shows the North Charleston Performing Arts Center some “Common Courtesy” on Oct. 9. Tickets range from $34.50 to $39.50.
Mickey and Minnie are sticking another pin in the South Carolina map when Disney On Ice Presents Treasure Trove at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. From Oct. 16 through Oct. 19, there will be eight shows. Ticket prices range from $15 to $45 and go on sale at 10 a.m. on Aug. 22.
Tickets for the shows at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center are available at the box office, online at http://www.ticketmaster.comor by calling 800-745-3000.
Jesse McCartney comes to HOB on his In Technicolor Tour with Guinevere on Aug. 6. Tickets are $25.
Part theater/part stand-up – “Men are from Mars, Woman are from Venus – Live” brings the battle of the sexes to HOB on Aug. 8. Tickets are $50.
Jason Michael Carroll comes to tell the Myrtle Beach Speedway Amphitheatre that he can sleep when he’s dead on Aug. 8. Tickets are $20 at the box office, online at http://www.myrtlebeachspeedway.comor by calling 704-886-2407.
Keyshia Cole makes it a point to add HOB to her Point of No Return tour on Aug. 9. Tickets range from $32.50 to $62.50.
Slightly Stoopid and Stephen Marley bring their Summer Session Tour to HOB on Aug. 10. Tickets are $35.
Right-winger extraordinaire Ted Nugent blasts onto HOB’s stage after opening act Pistol Day Parade on Aug. 11. Tickets range from $23.50 to $44.50.
T-Pain cranks up his auto-tune for HOB on Aug. 14. Bando Jonez and Rich Kidz are also on the bill. Tickets are on sale now for $25.
Chevelle showcase its melodic metal in support of new album, “La Gárgola” at HOB on Aug. 22. Tickets range from $29.50 to $56.
Fitz and The Tantrums are going to throw a fit at HOB on Sept. 5. Ticket prices range from $29.50 to $56.50. Iamdynamite, Wild Cub and Sir Sly are also on the bill.
Guitar virtuoso Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his band return to HOB in support of his new album “Goin' Home” on Sept. 13. Tickets range from $25 to $47.50.
HOB is Going to Hell with The Pretty Reckless on Sept. 17. Tickets are $23 to $43.50. Adelitas Way is the opening act.
HOB will host prog-rockers Coheed and Cambria as they play the band’s sophomore album, “In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3,” in its entirety on Sept. 20. Thank You Scientist is the opening act. Tickets are $27.50 to $52.50.
This is no low-rent scam – Cheap Trick wants you to want them when they come to HOB on Oct. 3. Tickets range from $29.50 and $56.50.
Ziggy Marley keeps the summer vibe bumping at HOB all the way to Oct. 16. Tickets range from $26 to $48.50.
Alt-rockers Brand New mark a brand new date on their calendar at HOB for Oct. 28. Tickets range from $26 to $46.
And on Nov. 7, Kip Moore comes looking for some “Beer Money” at HOB on his Up In Smoke Tour. Charlie Worsham and Sam Hunt are also on the bill. Tickets range from $35 to $67.50.
But you won’t need tickets for The Boathouse’s free Backyard Summer Concert Series. This month, the Boathouse ensures Sunday parties of all types. The ever-enduring country act, Little Texas, performs on Aug. 3. And Jerryfest makes it return on Aug. 10 with Dos Hermanos, Rumpke Mountain Boys, Terrapin Flyer, The Possums and Billy Wright. For more info, go to www.boathousemb.com.
Ron White mixes up some tater salad with scotch and a cigar at The Palace Theatre on Oct. 11. Prices range between $60 and $80. Tickets are available at the box office, online via www.tickets.palacetheatremyrtlebeach.com and 888-841-2787.
Coastal North Carolina
Legendary banjo player Ralph Stanley brings his ageless bluegrass style to Brunswick Community College’s Odell Williamson Auditorium on Sept. 9. Tickets are $32.50/$30.50.
The Blues Hall of Fame Tour gathers Charlie Musselwhite (harmonica), James Cotton (harmonica) and John Hammond (guitar) on one stage at the Brunswick Community College’s Odell Williamson Auditorium on Oct. 17. Tickets are $32.50/$30.50.
The Annie Moses Band gives Christmas a bluegrass makeover at the Brunswick Community College’s Odell Williamson Auditorium on Dec. 4. Tickets are $32.50/$30.50.
Tickets for all Brunswick Community College’s Odell Williamson Auditorium shows are available at the box office, online at www.etix.com or by calling 910-755-7416 or 800-754-1050 ext. 7416.
Jack White finally comes back to within shouting distance of the Grand Strand when he makes a stop at the Township Auditorium in Columbia on Sept. 24. Ticket prices start at $49.50, and are available at the box office, via www.ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000.
Derrick Bracey, For Weekly Surge
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