Myrtle Beach is located on a 60-mile string of beaches called the Grand Strand and is a very gay and LGBTQ-Friendly city. Myrtle Beach offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and is known for celebrity designed golf courses. Its beachfront boardwalk has arcades, restaurants, and SkyWheel, one of the country’s largest Ferris wheels.
The main gay and lesbian area in Myrtle Beach is at the intersection of Main Street and King’s Highway. This is where you will find most of the gay cafes and bars. The city also has its own leather gay club called CLAWS and it is home to both the Myrtle Beach Pride Parade and the big South Carolina Pride Parade.
If you and your partner love great beaches, and night life then Myrtle Beach is the ideal place to host your same sex wedding.
Where to Host Your Myrtle Beach Wedding
With true made-from-scratch, southern dishes, such as po’ boys & jambalaya and plus live music, House of Blues Myrtle Beach should be on the top of your list when searching for a venue to host your wedding. House of Blues Myrtle Beach is one of the most welcoming and accepting venues in South Carolina. Inclusivity and diversity are two terms that are permanently etched in their code of ethics. Hosting your wedding at House of Blues is the perfect way for music and art lovers to pay homage to some of their favorite hobbies.
Right now they are offering a 10% discount on food and beverage minimums for all weddings, engagement parties and bachelor and bachelorette parties booked in 2020 when you mention Pridezillas.
House of Blues Myrtle Beach is located just over Highway 17 near the Alabama Theatre and on the Intercoastal side of Myrtle Beach. This makes an ideal setting for your same sex wedding. They have an outdoor patio for you and your guests to enjoy the tropical South Carolina weather.
Renting out their Indigo Room holds 135 people seated is a perfect intimate spot for a wedding. They have smaller, more private rooms that can be rented as well if your wedding party is below 100 guests. The swanky, dark velvet decor and ornate and eastern inspired artwork with spectacular chandeliers set the mood for an upscale event. The restaurant is able for buyout and holds 175 people seated as well. For more info on room sizes click here.
Where to Stay Myrtle Beach
These hotels are directly on the beach and are great if you have out of town guests that need a place to stay. Many have outdoor pools where you and your partner can enjoy the gorgeous Myrtle Beach sunsets over cocktails.
Where to Dine Myrtle Beach
Kings Highway or US Highway 17, is the main strip that holds so many awesome and delicious dining options. Eater has a list of the top places to dine in 2020. Blueberry’s Grill and Hook and Barrel are a definite must-try.
Gay Friendly Myrtle Beach is a great location to host your same sex wedding. Beaches, nightlife, golf, fishing and more. Myrtle Beach is an awesome choice to host your same sex wedding.