Looking for places that have parades and fireworks in Myrtle Beach on the 4th? There is no shortage of ways to celebrate Independence Day on the Grand Strand. Salute from the Shore will be back with the flyover of vintage military aircraft beginning at 1:00 PM over Cherry Grove and proceeding south over Myrtle Beach. The jets are scheduled to conclude their run at about 1:45 PM over Hilton Head.
North Myrtle Beach
Cherry Grove Pier, fireworks begin around 9 or 9:15 p.m.
Barefoot Landing, fireworks begin at 10:15 p.m. over the lake.
Broadway at the Beach, The Mark Roberts band will entertain at Celebrity Square beginning at 7 pm with awesome musical entertainment including favorites from popular dance, party anthems, Rock n’ Roll, funk and Country Rock! Afterwards enjoy fireworks beginning at 10 p.m. over Lake Broadway.
TicketReturn.com Field, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans will celebrate Independence Day with post-game fireworks displays on both Thursday, July 2 and Friday, July 3.
Second Avenue Pier, will have a fireworks display beginning at 10 p.m. Spectators can view the show from a variety of places up and down the beach and the Boardwalk.
Croissant Bistro & Bakery will be having a cupcake eating contest at 4:00 pm. Come at 2:00 for live music, carnival rides, pony rides and more!
Surfside Beach, 4th of July Celebration will take place the Surfside Beach Pier from 6:00 – 10:00 pm. Live entertainment by “Garth and Friends” will be on hand. There will also be concessions and t- shirts for sale. Bring a chair and enjoy the night. Fireworks begin at 9:30.
Murrells Inlet, 4th of July Boat Parade theme for this year is “Red, White & Southern”! The parade will begin at 10:00am at the point in Garden City and wind through the Inlet by the MarshWalk, Crazy Sister Marina and finish at Morse Park Landing. At 10:00 pm the Independence Day celebration continues with fireworks show over the MarshWalk in Murrells Inlet.
The 48th Annual 4th of July Parade begins at Town Hall at 11:00 am – until 12:00 pm. Visitors and locals alike parade down the Island in anything that becomes a makeshift float – be it a boat, car, or flatbed truck and all are decorated in true red, white, and blue.