Thursday through Sunday
The Atlantic Beach Bikefest kicks off Thursday at Club 2001, where they are celebrating B-Lord at Bike Week 10th Anniversary. Ladies will get in free every night before 11 p.m. If you’re looking for bikes that light up and cage dancers, get to Club 2001, 920 Lake Arrowhead Road, Myrtle Beach, starting May 26 through Sunday.
Thursday through Sunday
It’s been a while since these pages have promoted the celebration of nakedness, and what better time than Bikefest!
Derriere’s, located just off Joe White Avenue and Seaboard Street, is promoting a Strip-A-Thon starting Thursday and running through Sunday at 8 p.m. each night. Derriere’s is still bring your own bottle and leave the strippin up to the girls.
Up north? Thee Dollhouse, 3001 U.S. 17 South, North Myrtle Bea... c’mon, you know where it is..., will be in full swing with some VIP skyboxes, jacuzzi rooms and more.
Leave your inhibitions at the door and get a jump start on the ticket line by logging on to www.eventmastertix.com.
Saturday through Monday
Get off your ass and honor the fallen.
Memorial Day weekend isn’t just about beautiful naked women, barbecuing and days off of work. Show some respect by heading to one of these Memorial Day must-do’s so you have something nice to post on social media.
‘Military Appreciation Days’
Eighth annual “Military Appreciation Days,” through May 31. More details at 843-918-1014 or www.military
▪ Memorial Day weekend parade, 10:30 a.m. Saturday – from Horry-Georgetown Technical College Grand Strand Campus in Myrtle Beach – left on Pampas Drive, left on Howard Avenue, left ton Farrow Parkway,going by Grand Park and The Market Common, and left on Forbus Court – with Noah Galloway, U.S. Army veteran and a third-place finisher with Sharna Burgess on ABC-TV’s “Dancing with the Stars” in spring 2015, as grand marshal. (noahgalloway.com)
▪ Family Picnic, noon-2 p.m. Saturday in Myrtle Beach’s Grand Park, across from The Market Common, with meet-and-greet with Galloway and concert by Andrew Thielen Big Band, and free meals for military personnel, veterans, and their families, and “Veterans Beard & ’Stache Beach Bash” contest.
▪ “Blood and Sweat Fitness Challenge,” in a Marine Corps style with eight male and female athletes each – and benefiting Special Operations Wounded Warriors – by Gunny’s Boot Camp in Myrtle Beach, 2-9 p.m. Sunday at RH Acres (also known as The Rat Hole – 843-213-2688 or therhacres.com), 3833 Socastee Blvd., Socastee, near entrance to Socastee Automotive. 843-209-2315 or www.gunnysboot
The Surge Staff