After a day full of sunbathing and splashing in the Atlantic Ocean, kick back with a cold libation and listen to live music on Tybee Island.
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You can't miss the famous rainbow-colored umbrellas as you enter Highway 80 to Tybee Island. Praised for their deliciously inspired South African cuisine and loved for their ability to bring beach life to your table, Zunzibar is where the outside world is non-existent. Live music is daily at this energetic hangout, and the cocktails, margaritas and glasses of bubbly flow effortlessly.
Sea Wolf Tybee
With oysters, gourmet beef and vegan hot dogs, charcuterie and refined drinks, Sea Wolf Tybee is an intimate slice of paradise that never disappoints. From their cozy and inviting indoor-outdoor atmosphere to their delectable seasonal menu, what more could you ask for? Oh yeah, weekend live music from noon to three!
North Beach Bar & Grill
When your day of seaside fun has ended, stop at the pastel-colored North Beach Bar & Grill before setting your sights on home. This friendly neighborhood eatery offers an epic outdoor seating area with a fun, casual, welcoming air. Live music is a staple at this popular restaurant - so grab a cold one, order one of everything off the menu and settle in for an evening of excellent entertainment.
A-J's Dockside Restaurant
What do you get when you combine an epic sunset view, fresh seafood and live music? A-J's Dockside Restaurant, of course! This marsh-side marvel is a Tybee icon - and for a good reason. Their seafood is some of the finest in the southeast, and the live music line-up only adds to their undeniable appeal.
If you're in the mood to dance, Rock House is the place for you! As the name implies, this Tybee bar and restaurant is where to go for a rockin' good time. Located only steps from the beach, Rock House regularly features talented local musicians and DJs. Are you craving your moment in the spotlight? Rock House also offers karaoke!
Sting Ray's Seafood is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy some of the best seafood on the island. A favorite among locals and visitors, their nightly live music sets the tone for an evening of delicious dining and socializing with a welcoming saltwater ocean breeze.
Tybee Post Theatre
Built in 1930 by the U.S. Army as a movie house for the soldiers stationed at Fort Screven, the Tybee Post Theatre is still open today! Nowadays, the theatre provides entertainment for locals and visitors alike, including live music from local and national acts, live theatre performances, movie screenings and more. See their full calendar of events here.