The City of Myrtle Beach announces “Nights at Nance,” a concert series featuring local and regional bands on the stage at Nance Plaza.
Bring family, friends and beach chairs to enjoy live music at this FREE concert series in Myrtle Beach’s Arts & Innovation District.
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In addition to nearby restaurants, two food trucks will be on site providing flavorful dishes for purchase. Mark your calendar for the following Thursdays, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Nights at Nance Concert Series Dates:
September 15 – Chocolate Chip and Company (Food Trucks – Benito’s Rolling Oven and Nola’s Stuffed Snowballs)
October 6 – Painted Man (Food Trucks – Mama and Papa Mobile Kitchenette and TBA) – Rescheduled from September 29
October 13 – Darryl Murrill, National Recording Artist and Saxophonist (Food Trucks – The Gnosh Pit and V’s Wings and Things)
October 27 – Julio and the Saltines (Food Trucks – Nola’s Stuffed Snowballs and Vee’s Wings and Things)
Nance Plaza is located at 9th Ave. North and North Kings Hwy. For more information, contact Lauren Clever at 843-918-1055 or email LClever@cityofmyrtlebeach.com.
Myrtle Beach Arts and Innovation District Info:
We’re as excited as you are when we find a great event or deal! But remember -- events can change. Bargains can sell out. Weather can be unpredictable. The location nearest you may decide not to participate. And many venues reserve the right to change prices and hours without notice. Please double-check with the source to make sure an event is still happening or a deal is still good before you go.
About the Arts & Innovation District (from the City of Myrtle Beach website)
Arts and Innovation District in the heart of Myrtle Beach! The area includes Main Street, Broadway Street, Oak Street and Ninth Avenue North. Buildings along Ninth Avenue North may be the first to redevelop, with plans already underway for a co-work and events space.
The intent of the Arts and Innovation District is to create a sustainable and walkable mixed-use urban environment that will serve as the hub of artistic, cultural and civic life in the traditional core of downtown Myrtle Beach. As a year-round destination for both residents and visitors, the district’s primary uses are supported by a wide range of businesses that help to maintain a vibrant atmosphere. Building design is in harmony with the character of the area and establishes a continuity of pedestrian-oriented frontages between adjacent buildings. This is further supported by pedestrian oriented urban design, the active use of outdoor space for dining and entertainment, encouraging the development of upper-story residences in mixed-use buildings, and the incorporation of both active and passive public spaces throughout the district.