Celebrate 4th of July Around Myrtle Beach
STAR SPANGLED CELEBRATIONS
Celebrating our great country along the Grand Strand is a blast! And we really mean it as dozens of fireworks displays can be seen lighting up our Southern skies during the evening of Fourth of July. From sunrise through sunset, there are innumerable events and things to do around the Myrtle Beach area to make your Independence Day celebration one of a kind. From watching boat parades to traditional fireworks shows, here’s a list of July 4th celebrations for the whole family including festivals, contests, and more!
From golf cart parades to a salute from our shore, the Myrtle Beach area has unique daytime events for the whole family to enjoy!
11th Annual Salute From The Shore @ 1PM - Show your support for America’s Armed Forces by bringing your festive 4th of July gear to wave on the vintage military aircrafts and F-16s doing flyovers across our beaches.
Town of Surfside Beach 4th of July Golf Cart Parade @ 1PM: The Surfside Beach Town Council will host its annual 4th of July golf cart parade from 1-2PM starting down 4th Avenue South and ending at Neal & Pam’s where the judging will take place. Prizes are awarded to the most patriotic cart.
Murrells Inlet Boat Parade - CANCELLED FOR 2020
54th Annual 4th of July Parade in Pawleys Island - CANCELLED FOR 2020
Red White & BOOM!
Last, but certainly not least, cap off your Fourth of July celebrations with family and friends at one of our evening fireworks shows. The Grand Strand is known for spectacular fireworks displays that decorate the starry night with brilliant colors of red, white, blue and beyond for a truly fantastic experience.
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk @ 10PM - While this event was previously cancelled, the City of Myrtle Beach announced their fireworks are back on and scheduled to shoot off from the 2nd Avenue Pier in downtown Myrtle Beach.
Broadway At The Beach Has not yet announced their plans for 2020
Barefoot Landing Has not yet announced their plans for 2020
Cherry Grove Pier of North Myrtle Beach CANCELLED FOR 2020
Murrells Inlet Marshwalk CANCELLED FOR 2020
Happy Independence Day
If you get to enjoy this 4th of July in Myrtle Beach, be sure you follow guidelines for healthy travel as you explore the exciting events and spectacular fireworks shows. From Little River and North Myrtle Beach, to Conway, Surfside, and Pawleys Island, those in town for the holiday are sure to find an endless supply of fun things to do.