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Broadway at the Beach announces summer nights series

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The Myrtle Beach shopping complex Broadway at the Beach features a summer nights entertainment series.

Though its hard to believe you'd need more to do at Broadway at the Beach with all its attractions, the Myrtle Beach shopping complex will again offer a full lineup of entertainment during the 4th Annual Coca-Cola Summer Nights series this season. Beginning Sunday, June 2 and taking place nightly through Aug. 31, this free entertainment series features a variety of acts performing live music, stunts and more on a stage located in the Heroes Harbor area of Broadway at the Beach (near Margaritaville).

“We are excited to be partnering with Coca-Cola for the fourth year in a row to present the Coca-Cola Summer Nights entertainment series at Broadway at the Beach,” said marketing manager Melissa Armstrong.

Leading the lineup of featured performers is Mr. Nigel, an interactive musical entertainer from Charlotte, N.C., returns for a Myrtle Beach show that engages all ages. He will perform every Tuesday and Friday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Also back by popular demand is Bryan Dangerous, a performer who puts on a family-friendly, interactive comedy juggling show with high-energy music. His show will take place each Sunday, Monday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.

What’s new?

New to the Myrtle Beach entertainment lineup this year is 11-year-old singer/songwriter Maddie Hunt.

A Myrtle Beach native, Maddie is an up-and-coming performer who has written and recorded original songs in Nashville, Tenn., and also worked with songwriter Tim Scott.

Maddie has been playing the piano since she was three years old and performs at various line music venues in Myrtle Beach. She has also sung the National Anthem at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., and the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

Maddie will perform every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Strolling performers & fireworks

In addition to its featured entertainers, the Coca-Cola Summer Nights series will showcase a variety of strolling performers, including guest favorites Whacker Barrel and Living Statues.

There will also be free face painting for kids every Tuesday and Friday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

“We want to provide our guests with a unique, entertaining atmosphere designed to put smiles on their faces, and deliver fun for all ages," said Armstrong.

Broadway at the Beach will also feature a weekly fireworks extravaganza over Lake Broadway on Tuesday nights at 10 p.m.

For the second year in a row, Broadway at the Beach will present a second fireworks display on Friday nights at 10 p.m., from June 20 through August 15.

To see more information on all the fireworks shows around Myrtle Beach, see our guide to fireworks here or for more information on Broadway's entertainment visit BroadwayattheBeach.com.

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