View All News

Catch Some Live Music (and Some Rays, While You’re at It) on the HoB Deck

Thumbnail for Catch Some Live Music (and Some Rays, While You’re at It) on the HoB Deck

Summer has returned to the Grand Strand, and the locals know that — in addition to bringing a run of splashing good times on the beach and carefree days spent soaking in the sun up and down the Carolina coast — the season’s arrival means a series of summertime shows is on tap at The Deck at the House of Blues.

Located at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, the juke joint-inspired House of Blues hosts house-rocking concerts throughout the year in its indoor concert hall. But when summertime rolls around, daily performances are added to the mix on The Deck, a spacious outdoor patio featuring plenty of open space for cutting a rug, as well as cabanas, firepits, tables and chairs, and for those in the mood for a little friendly competition, even a pool table, a dartboard and cornhole setups.

Of course, The Deck features a full bar serving a long list of beers, wines and mixed drinks. And when hunger sets in, Smokehouse favorites like barbecue and nachos are up for grabs, along with more health-conscious options like salads, wraps and fresh fruit.

But the main attraction on The Deck is the music, which is presented daily at 6 p.m. Here’s a quick look at the upcoming schedule:

Sunday, July 8: Chocolate Chip & Company, a Myrtle Beach-based band specializing in rhythm and blues, soul, funk and classic rock and roll

Monday, July 9, through Saturday, July 14: Whiskey Kiss, a high-energy, fast-paced rock band from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, that plays a long list of originals, plus diverse covers from artists ranging from AC/DC and the White Stripes to the Beastie Boys and Tom Petty

Sunday, July 15: Imperial Eclipse, a Myrtle Beach-based roots, rock, reggae band with a focus on conscious lyrics, positive vibrations, and heavy riffs and leads

Monday, July 16, through Saturday, July 21: Saluda Shoals, a roots-rock band out of Charleston, South Carolina, that has won a number of performance competitions throughout the Southeast and was nominated for four Independent Tone Awards in 2016: Best Country Artist, Best Rock Artist, Best American Roots Artist and Best American Rots Original Song (for “I Fall”)

Sunday, July 22: Paperwork, a Myrtle Beach-based band that delivers its own brand of futuristic funk while paying tribute to some of the greatest artists of all time

Monday, July 23, through Saturday, July 28: Dumm, a central Pennsylvania-based foursome whose music straddles the lines of rock, modern rock, indie and alternative

Sunday, July 29: Ntranze, a Myrtle Beach-based party band offering hits from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and today, all spanning a range of musical genres including R&B, beach music, Motown and line-dance favorites

Monday, July 30, through Saturday, August 4: Rockforce, a Georgia-based foursome serving up iconic rock hits from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and 2000s

Sunday, August 5: Ntranze

Monday, August 6, through Saturday, August 11: Nowhere Slow, a Pennsylvania-based foursome offering originals and covers ranging from the Beatles and Billy Joel to Bruno Mars and the Foo Fighters

Sunday, August 12: Chocolate Chip & Company

Monday, August 13: Orphan Annie, a high-energy rock band out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, combining everything from sultry soul to rock & roll and covering artists ranging from Chris Stapleton and the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Bill Withers and Aretha Franklin

Tuesday, August 14, through Sunday, September 2: TBA

When you’re ready to soak up some summertime sun, fun and music Grand Strand-style, book your beach getaway at The Cottages at North Beach Plantation. With our wide-ranging accommodations and luxurious amenities, we’ve got everything you’ll need to get away from the grind and make some lasting memories during your Myrtle Beach area vacation.

View All News