How to Find Myrtle Beach Summer Fireworks Shows

It’s a summer standard: Resting after a long day of fun at the beach to take in a fireworks display.

 

You have some choices this summer when you come to Myrtle Beach. And they’re not just for Independence Day. It’s part of the festive atmosphere you find here during peak season.

 

Here’s where to find the best displays — and how to enjoy the best.

Tips for Watching Fireworks Shows

There’s always a way to get the most out of a fun experience, isn’t there? We checked with a few experts on fireworks displays.

 

  1. Bring insect repellent

On a warm summer night, when you’re stationary, you might attract a mosquito or two. Keep a can of repellent handy, especially if you’re near a body of water.

  1. Bring earplugs

Usually, the noise doesn’t bother people, but if it becomes uncomfortable, you’ll have them. You can bring over-the-head headset-style ear protection. They’re often used for motorsports.

  1. Stay safe

Know your surroundings, especially if there is low lighting. If you’re watching from a boat, wear your life jacket.

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Your Myrtle Beach Fireworks Display Itinerary for Summer

1. Barefoot Landing

Head to southern North Myrtle Beach for dining and shopping, then stick around for the show. They’ll be on weekly at 10 p.m. every Monday night over the lake. Check the Barefoot Landing calendar for other festivals and celebrations this summer.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

English playwright, poet, and actor William Shakespeare referred to fireworks in many plays. In Love’s Labour’s Lost, there’s a line that says this:

“The king would have me present the princess, sweet chuck

With some delightful ostentation

Or show, or pageant, or antique, or firework.”

2. Broadway at the Beach

Here’s another spot to eat and shop, then settle in for the pyrotechnics. They’ll be on display on select Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays through the summer. See the Broadway at the Beach calendar for exact dates (all begin at 10 p.m.)

 

DID YOU KNOW?

The Chinese invented fireworks more than 2000 years ago. Today, the nation produces 90% of the global supply.

3. Myrtle Beach Pelicans Games

TicketReturn.Com Field is the spot for Class A baseball all summer. And for Friday home dates, you can catch fireworks displays postgame. Root for the home team, then watch the sparks fly after the final out. Check the Myrtle Beach Pelicans schedule for details.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

The word firework wasn’t in the English language until 1580. This, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, despite their invention long before.

4. Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

In the heart of the Grand Strand, enjoy the ocean and boardwalk before fireworks. Hot Summer Nights is a series of activities and live entertainment for the family. Check the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk website for the schedule of events.

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For a Wonderful Family-Friendly Resort, Visit Paradise Resort

You’ll have a terrific ocean view and a nice clean room at Paradise Resort. Visit the Tiki cafe for a drink, and take a soak in a hot tub after a day of adventure. A friendly staff is ready to welcome you to Paradise. Consider Paradise Resort for your family reunion this summer. And book your stay today.

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