Myrtle Beach is an awesome place to visit all summer long, but there’s nothing like celebrating Independence Day along the Grand Strand! There will be plenty of big time July 4th celebrations all around Myrtle Beach, culminating in some huge firework displays that will set the night sky ablaze. If you’re planning on being in Myrtle Beach for a July 4th vacation, here are some of the best fireworks displays on the schedule.
Broadway at the Beach
With limitless shopping, dining and entertainment options, it’s always a great time to visit Broadway at the Beach, but during summer things get kicked up a notch with amazing weekly fireworks shows. Each Tuesday and Friday night all summer long, Broadway at the Beach puts on a spectacular fireworks show at 10 PM, but you can be sure they’ll be putting a little extra into the Independence Day extravaganza planned for Sunday, July 4th!
Cherry Grove Pier
If you’re looking for fireworks out over the ocean, the show at the Cherry Grove Pier is right up your alley! This annual July 4th display has delighted spectators for decades, and after a pause in the action in 2020, the fireworks are back and bigger than ever! Spectators can lounge out on the sandy shoreline of North Myrtle Beach, kick back and watch as the pyrotechnics light up the sky, with the action beginning at 9:30 PM.
Murrells Inlet Marshwalk
Down on the south end of the Grand Strand, the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk will host an all-day July 4th celebration, beginning with their popular boat parade and ending in an explosive fireworks show over the scenic wetlands. The show can be watched from the boardwalk area as well as from many of the area restaurants, with a number of establishments offering outdoor seating with tremendous views.
Located on the south end of North Myrtle Beach, Barefoot Landing is always a popular spot to enjoy an evening along the Grand Strand, and on July 4th they will be hosting one of the most spectacular fireworks displays around. The action kicks off at 10 PM, with a dazzling display of color filling up the night sky. With so many great restaurants and shops to check out, a July 4th evening at Barefoot Landing is sure to be a blast!
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
Perhaps Myrtle Beach’s most iconic attraction, the Boardwalk will host a tremendous July 4th fireworks show at 10 PM. This is a great chance to watch a beachfront fireworks display, lounging out on the beach or along the famous boardwalk area. With so many fantastic attractions, from Ripley’s Believe It Or Not to the Skywheel, you can have fun all night along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and end things with a bang!