4th of July Weekend Activities

Conway Riverfest

On July 1st, you can head over to Conway Riverfront Park from 11 AM until 10 PM. There will be plenty of food, a golf cart parade, pony rides, jello jump, and fireworks to end the night.

Salute From The Shore

Vintage warplanes will be flying over the beach in Myrtle or anywhere else on the South Carolina shore on the 4th in Salute From The Shore. In Myrtle Beach, they will be flying over about 1 o'clock.

Murrells Inlet Boat Parade

Head down to Murrells Inlet Marshwalk and you can check out the Annual Boat Parade at 4 PM, Tuesday, July 4th.

Surfside Beach Celebration

There will be live music and entertainment at Surfside Beach from 6 to 9 PM. Their fireworks have been called off, because of hurricane damage to the Surfside Pier, but there will still be plenty of fun things to do at this south Strand celebration July 4th!

Barefoot Landing

Barefoot Landing will continue their tradition of having fireworks every Monday night June through September at 9:30. They will also have fireworks on the 4th at 9:30.

Broadway at the Beach

While Broadway has fireworks every Tuesday and Friday throughout June, July, and August, their Fourth of July show is always one of the best. They will light up the sky at 10 PM.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans

If you want a Fourth full of America's favorite past time as well as fireworks, you can go to TicketReturn.com Field and watch the Pelicans play the Buies Creek Astros Tuesday, July 4th, followed by a fireworks show. More HERE!

Second Avenue Pier

Fireworks are set off right on the beach at the Second Avenue Pier at 10 PM every Wednesday night.  

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