Myrtle Beach, S.C.

51. Fireworks Shows

Fireworks Shows

Despite several fireworks shops in Myrtle Beach, these popular party favors are technically illegal to possess or discharge within city limits, on the beach and in most areas of the Grand Strand. If you get caught you’ll be subject to a $200 fine. So why not leave the bright light blasts to the experts, because there are certainly plenty of fireworks shows in Myrtle Beach to enjoy. Fireworks shows have long been an inseparable part of beach vacations, and it seems like there are more big displays than ever. With several area attractions offering at least one show per week, there’s really no excuse not to catch a good explosion show while you’re here. As for the 4th of July, they’ll be everywhere from Cherry Grove to Pawleys Island, sometimes simultaneously, so pick a spot and post up and enjoy the extravaganza.

Broadway at the Beach

from 181 reviews

There are lots of good places at Broadway to watch the fireworks, but there aren’t many bad places. The blasts go up high over the lake in the middle of the complex, so unless you’re standing behind a building, you should have a pretty good view of the show. Fireworks are typically held weekly throughout the summer and on 4th of July. 

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Second Avenue Pier at Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

from 2 reviews

There aren’t many more entertaining and beautiful things to do in Myrtle Beach than watch fireworks blast over the ocean at night. It seems patriotic, reminiscent of the “Star-Spangled Banner.” And with its Hot Summer Nights series, the Boardwalk is one of only a few spots along the Grand Strand that hosts weekly shows. Fireworks are typically held weekly on the Boardwalk from 2nd Avenue Pier. 

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Barefoot Landing

from 121 reviews

Like Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing is a collection of shops, restaurants, and entertainment that also hosts fireworks at least once a week. They also have a lake in the middle of the complex, so the best places to see the show here is from one of the restaurant’s patios. Fireworks are typically held weekly throughout the summer months and on the 4th of July. 

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4th of July

Independence Day and fireworks go together like hot dogs and buns, or apples and pie. And it’s a time when many Americans flock to Myrtle Beach to celebrate this great country and its history. Visitors have numerous options to catch a special edition fireworks display along the Grand Strand, and locations typically include Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, Second Avenue Pier, Surfside Pier, Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, and Cherry Grove Pier.

Myrtle Beach Pelicans

from 16 reviews

Catch fireworks on select nights after Myrtle Beach Pelicans games throughout the summer! Check with the box office to make sure that there are fireworks on the night that you’re seeing a game. 

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