It’s back! The famous Myrtle Beach 4th of July fireworks show is in the works after new show sponsors stepped in. Thanks to Budweiser and McDonalds, Myrtle Beach-goers can expect a grand finale of rockets and sparklers come this Independence Day.
Join the city of Myrtle Beach at the Boardwalk on July 4th for a 10 p.m. firework show. Originally canceled due to budget cuts, this show’s expected to be as exciting as the last. You can count on crowds for roman candles and colorful firecrackers as we celebrate our nation’s independence. Face masks and social distancing are encouraged in an effort to maintain safety.
While news of the Cherry Grove Pier and Barefoot Landing fireworks being canceled has left many wondering how they’ll celebrate this year, there are still several ways to commemorate the day. Starting at Surfside beach, locals will be hosting a golf cart parade from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Deck out your ride for a chance to win the award for “the most patriotic cart.” Political decorations are discouraged.
Strap on your running shoes and hit the Market Common’s pavement for the annual Independence Day Race. Choose between a 5k or an 8k at this family-friendly event. You’ll want to get a good night’s sleep for this 7:30 am wakeup call. With a high of 85 degrees on Saturday the Fourth, it’s sure to be a lovely day filled with fun and fireworks.