Elvis Fest at Broadway at the Beach

03/29/2013 1:11 PM

03/29/2013 1:36 PM

Elvis Fest at Broadway at the Beach

APRIL 5-6 Myrtle Beach

Elvis Fest at Broadway at the Beach

Myrtle Beach’s Legends in Concert is teaming with its landlord – the massive Broadway at the Beach shopping/entertainment complex – to stage the Myrtle Beach Elvis Fest, April 5-6. April 5, Elvis’ “Viva Las Vegas” movie will be screened in complex’s outdoor Broadway Commons at 8 p.m. (bring a beach towel or chair for sitting). A Legends in Concert Elvis tribute artist will perform at 7:45 p.m. Noon to 4 p.m. April 6, there will be tribute artists and Elvis-themed family activities in the Center Court area of Broadway at the Beach. These events are free of charge; at 7 p.m., Legends in Concert will stage an Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Competition. (Admission: $39.95 and up). Details: www.broadwayatthebeach.com.


APRIL 6 Walterboro, S.C.

Classic planes and cars on display

In Walterboro, S.C., Wings n’ Wheels will showcase more than 100 antique aircraft and show cars. Pilots and owners will be on hand to talk. There will also be helicopter rides and stunts and aerobatics at this family-friendly event held 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 6 at Walterboro Lowcountry Regional Airport. Donations – $5 per car – will benefit the Wounded Warrior Fund. Details: www.wings-n-wheels.org.


APRIL 7 Charleston

Annual bayou to-do returns

The Lowcountry Cajun Festival returns to Charleston’s James Island County Park on April 7. The 22nd annual event, held noon-6 p.m., features Cajun and Creole food, children activities, a craft market and live zydeco music from “Swamp Pop Princess: Shelly Waters, Unknown Tongues and Sidewalk Zydeco. Admission: $10; 12 and younger, free. Coolers, outside alcohol and pets not allowed. Details: www.ccprc.com/cajun.

John Bordsen

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