Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Dolly Parton's Pirates VoyageDiinner theater performance of high seas clashes between two ships featuring swashbuckling pirates, voluptuous mermaids, and a projected avatar of Dolly herself.
- 8901-B N. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC
- On the north end of town. On the northbound side of US Hwy 17 just south of its split from N. Kings Hwy, and about two miles south of its junction with Hwy 22/Conway Bypass.
- Daily, call for show times. (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Dolly Parton's Pirates Voyage
Dolly Parton has remade her Myrtle Beach "Dixie Stampede" dinner attraction into a dinner attraction about pirates. Visitors still eat a roasted chicken and a plate full of sides, but instead of rooting for either the South or the North, now they root for one of two gaily-colored pirate ships. The audience sits on either side of a 750,000-gallon lagoon while cutlasses clash and mermaids croon. The makeover cost a reported $11 million, which included raising the ceiling 30 feet to accommodate aerial hijinx in the rigging. Dolly herself makes a cameo appearance among the mermaids, through the miracle of computer technology.[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 06/06/2011]