Freestyle Music Park, formerly known as Hard Rock Park, reopened to the public over the Memorial Day weekend.
The park is now open from 11am through 10pm on weekends, and from 4pm through 10pm on weekdays from May 26 - June 14. Weekend admission is $39.95 for adults and $29.95 for children (aged 3-9), and weekday admission is $24.95 for adults and $19.95 for children. The park is running a range of special offers targeted at local residents and members of the military and other services (more details can be found over at TPT's Special Offer Watch).
Hard Rock Park famously went bust and closed its gates in September last year, just five months after opening. It was then picked up by FPI MB Entertainment for just $25 million, having cost a reported $400 million to build. The group has pledged to spend $15 million to get the park ready to re-open. Following a split with the Hard Rock brand, the park's rides have been updated but retained their general music-related theming.
The park opened in April 2008, with ambitious plans to attract 3 million visitors a season. Visitor numbers fell well short of this target and the park was forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. For a full discussion of the park's extraordinary history, see this report on the rise and fall of Hard Rock Park from Myrtle Beach's The Sun News.