23-24 Season
Special Events

[Sero-Tune-In]: A Sensory Relaxed Concert

  • Date: January 28
  • Time: 3:00 pm

The Long Bay Symphony in partnership with Champion Autism Network presents...[Sero-Tune-In]: A Sensory Relaxed Concert!

The LBS aims to honor and enhance the Grand Strand’s commitment to being an autism and sensory-friendly destination by designing a concert that will make the attending experience more comfortable and welcoming for people of all abilities. Maestro Charles Jones Evans has created a 45-minute program around the idea of [Sero-Tune-In] (aka the chemical feeling your brain produces when you hear a feel-good tune!) intended to both educate and engage the audience in a fun, interactive way featuring fan-favorite classics and familiar movie music!

  • Lights Up
  • Sound Down
  • Colored lighting to signal when a change in music/volume will occur
  • Noise-cancelling headphones and sensory manipulatives available
  • Quiet space provided
  • Limited general admission seating - choose the seats most comfortable for you and your family!

An instrument petting zoo will be held from 2PM to 3PM. Families are encouraged to have an up-close, orchestral experience by interacting with all of the various instruments in the LBS petting zoo, including a violin, trombone, clarinet, maracas, and more!

Symphony staff have put together a pre-concert guide to help you get acquainted with the venue before you join us! Click here to access the guide.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for children 18 and under. The Symphony staff encourages those who require additional accommodations to call the box office when ordering their tickets.

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50% of the proceeds from this concert will go to benefit the Champion Autism Network. CAN has created a whole weekend experience for families looking to spend the weekend in Myrtle Beach--starting with a pizza party mixer on Friday and ending with Sero-Tune-In on Sunday! Learn more about the accommodations and itinerary here.

This project is funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts. We are so excited to announce that we are recipient of the South Carolina Arts Commission's Arts for All SC grant. The purpose of the Arts for All SC Grant (AFASC) is to help arts organizations throughout South Carolina identify and address accessibility barriers to patrons with disabilities. Additional sponsors include the City of Myrtle Beach, the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, and Coastal Carolina National Bank.

Need a preview before attending? Listen to the songs (performed by other artists and orchestras) ahead of time on Spotify!



MBHS Music and Arts Center
3302 Robert M Grissom Pkwy
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577
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