Fireworks are a summer staple and in the Myrtle Beach area, you can see fireworks all summer long. There are special displays during the Fourth of July as well. Take part in one of America’s favorite pastimes, watching fireworks, during your Myrtle Beach vacation. This is something the whole family will love! Check out the fireworks shows below and choose one to attend or maybe see more than one! The best part is all of these events are free and open to the public.
Barefoot Landing has a tradition of hosting fireworks shows during the summer season and this year, you can catch the show from June through August. The weekly fireworks take place on Monday nights at 10 pm. The annual Independence Day celebration is on the 4th of July at 10 pm which happens to be on a Monday this year. Barefoot Landing has fireworks displays scheduled for 7 pm on September 3, November 19, and December 31.
Broadway at the Beach
The fireworks shows at Broadway at the Beach are known for being spectacular. Broadway at the Beach has two fireworks displays weekly during the summer season in addition to shows to celebrate other holidays throughout the year. Summer shows started on June 8th and run every Tuesday during June, July, and August at 10 pm. Friday shows start on June 24th and run through August 12th and these take place at 10 pm as well. Other shows will be at 10 pm on July 4th , 10 pm on September 4th , 8 pm on November 12th , 8 pm on November 26th , 8 pm on December 3rd , and 8 pm on December 31st . Broadway at the Beach also hosts the Great American Summer Nights series from June 6-August 8 which features fire dancers, costumed stilt walkers, strolling entertainers, character appearances, a dance party, and musical performances.
Pelicans Baseball Stadium
Baseball is another famous American pastime and combining a baseball game with fireworks is a winning combination! Many people love watching Myrtle Beach’s own minor league baseball team. There are weekly specials including BOGO hot dogs, $1 beers, and post-game fireworks. Check out
https://www.milb.com/myrtle-beach/fans/schedule-print-save to view the game schedule and https://www.vacationmyrtlebeach.com/news-blog/post/myrtle-beach-fireworks-schedule/ to view the post-game fireworks schedule. Fireworks shows take place after every home game on Friday nights. Batter up!
Second Avenue Pier
If you are in Myrtle Beach for summer vacation, you have to visit the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and the Second Avenue Pier. This year, there will be a Fourth of July Fireworks display on Monday, July 4th at 10pm. Have dinner at one of the oceanfront restaurants beforehand and then grab ice cream to enjoy while watching the fireworks show. Celebrate the 4th of July Myrtle Beach-style at Second Avenue Pier!
Cherry Grove Pier
Cherry Grove is a family-friendly section of North Myrtle Beach and is the perfect place to bring all ages to celebrate Independence Day. The fireworks show at Cherry Grove is also a little earlier than other shows in the area so it would be a great one to attend if you have little ones that need to go to bed. The Cherry Grove Pier 4th of July Fireworks Show is at 9:30 pm on Monday, July 4th. Bring a beach chair so you can watch the show comfortably by the Atlantic Ocean.
All of us at Elliott Realty wish you and your family a safe and fun-filled summer. Call us or visit our website to see what we have available for your summer family vacation. We offer a variety of condos and houses that cater to different sizes of groups and events.