The spring event, Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show, is cancelled for 2019. Last year was the first time in more than a decade that the Blue Angels have flown our blue skies in Myrtle Beach.
The Myrtle Beach air show showcased the U.S. Navy Blue Angels in thrilling formations in their six signature gold-and-blue F-18 Hornets, as well as a full schedule of performers, including national aerobatic champions Rob Holland, Patty Wagstaff and Michael Wiskus, a Smoke-n-Thunder Jet Car Show, the Sky Soldiers and many more.
Myrtle Beach Resorts Near the Airshow
After looking up to the sky, settle down for the night and rest up for Day 2 at either of these resorts nearby:
You’re truly in paradise here at Paradise Resort, just up the road from the airport in the heart of Myrtle Beach. Oceanfront condos are luxe and serene, with an oasis of amenities outdoors for the entire family, including indoor and outdoor pools and kiddie pools, hot tubs, onsite restaurants. Plus, you also have access to the 23 water amenities at sister resort Compass Cove just a block away.
Crown Reef Resort
Located just east of the runway and beachfront, Crown Reef Resort and Waterpark is a beautiful sight, with spacious designer condos to comfortably house your entire crew. And there’s plenty to do on the property! The resort just underwent a $7 million remodel in 2016, including a huge oceanfront indoor water park, featuring two four-story water slides. Crown Reef also hosts multiple outdoor and indoor pools, a 575-foot lazy river, indoor and outdoor hot tubs and kiddie pools, the Town Center Dining & Fun Zone complete with the Loco Gecko Oceanfront Restaurant, Game On Arcade Zone, a coffee shop and an ice cream shop.