Myrtle Beach, S.C.

56. Karaoke Bars

Karaoke Bars

Whether you’re a singer or spectator, Myrtle Beach karaoke bars off a great way to let loose and forget about whatever it is you need to forget about. And because the Grand Strand is a place people come to let loose, it only makes sense that the area is home to a handful of bars where you can go to pretend that you’re a rock star, even if it’s only for one night. Some of these venues also have competitions where people can take home cash prizes. So whether you’re a shower-singing superstar or a full-fledged vocal talent, keep these places in mind if you ever want an audience to cheer (or jeer) your rendition of your favorite song.

The Pier at Garden City Beach

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If you find yourself wanting to sing karaoke on a pier overlooking the ocean during daylight hours, then Garden City Pier has you covered. During peak season months, the Pier hosts karaoke from 2 to 6 p.m. every day of the week (weather-permitting) on their Ocean Front Deck. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the cafe, pick a table, and put their name on the list, all while enjoying the ocean breeze.

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Causeway Grill & Raw Bar

This biker-friendly joint in Garden City is a great place to catch live music, both professional and amateur. Known for hosting some of the area’s best rock bands, Causeway is also a vibrant place to go to belt out some of your favorite tunes several nights a week. They also have a menu full of everything from pizza and wings to oysters on the half shell and she crab soup.

Calli Baker's Firehouse

This north end pub and grill has developed a loyal following of locals and tourists alike over the years, and is the place to go to let your hair down on Friday nights during the busy season. Go for the sing-a-long, stay for the food – Calli’s serves up huge portions of tasty food day and night.

Pop's Place

This no-frills locals hotspot hosts karaoke pretty much every night. The drinks here are cold and cheap, so you can build up some courage without emptying your wallet, and the crowd is mostly rock-and-roll and country, so it’s probably best to stick to those genres.