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Fourth of July is right around the corner, and there is no better place to celebrate than Myrtle Beach. With fireworks lighting up the sky all over the area, we wanted to give you the inside scoop on the very best places to view them.
Broadway at the Beach
When it comes to fireworks displays, you really can’t beat Broadway at the Beach. Hosting fireworks displays each Tuesday and Friday night throughout the summer, it’s no surprise that this Fourth of July they will be hosting a special Independence Day celebration. The show will begin at 10 PM and fireworks will be shot off over Lake Broadway. The bright display can be viewed from many areas around the complex, but the most popular viewing locations will be near each of the bridges crossing the lakes.
If you’re visiting the north end of the Grand Strand, Barefoot Landing also has a special Independence Day display beginning at 10 PM. Like Broadway at the Beach, the complex also hosts fireworks regularly throughout the summer, firing them off each Monday.
Murrells Inlet Marshwalk
If you find yourself visiting the south end of the Grand Strand and Litchfield Beach area, you’ll love spending the fourth at Murrells Inlet! Find yourself a comfortable spot on the waterfront while you wait for the 10 PM firework display. The fireworks will be launched from near the end of Veterans Pier and you’ll be able to view them from any spot along the Marsh Walk.
Cherry Grove Pier
This Fourth of July, Cherry Grove Pier in North Myrtle Beach will host its annual fireworks display. Get set up early as fireworks will be shot off around 9:30 PM. Visitors can watch the display from the beach or their hotel balconies near the pier.
2nd Avenue Pier Fireworks
Head to 2nd Avenue Pier located in the center of Myrtle Beach. Grab some dinner at the pier restaurant and then get set up on the beach to celebrate Independence Day with a great display starting at 10 PM. There will also be firework displays every Wednesday night throughout the summer!
Myrtle Beach Pelicans Stadium
Last but not least, show your support for Myrtle Beach baseball and celebrate your patriotism early with a fireworks display happening right after the Pelicans vs. Potomac game on Tuesday, July 3rd at the Myrtle Beach Pelicans Stadium.