Fourth of July is here again and Summer is in full swing at Ocean Creek Plantation
Ocean Creek Plantation is the best place to see fireworks in Myrtle Beach!
Ocean Creek will be hosting their very own 4th of July celebration right here on property. Taking place from 5:00 to 9:00 PM at Water Oaks, our celebration will feature live entertainment from 5:30 to 8:30 PM and a variety of delicious all-American food items for sale.
Adults are $17 and children are $10 (not including tax). Come join us for our fun, on-site celebration.
Source: Ocean Creek Events
Where else can we see fireworks?
Barefoot Landing: This summer, Barefoot Landing will continue their tradition of hosting Summerfest from June 1st until August 29th. During Summerfest, Barefoot Landing will host fireworks shows that take place every Monday evening at 10:00 PM In addition, the entertainment center will also celebrate Independence Day with a 4th of July fireworks show at 10:00 PM, as well as hold a Labor Day Weekend fireworks display on September 1st at 10:00 PM.
Broadway at the Beach: Head on over to Broadway at the Beach this summer for some spectacular fireworks. On Tuesdays and Fridays at 10 PM now through August, visitors can watch a beautiful fireworks show and this great outdoor entertainment complex. Please note that there will be no fireworks on Friday, August 24th and 31st.
Myrtle Beach Pelicans: The TicketReturn.com Field is home to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, and each year they provide guests with the added entertainment of fireworks shows after select games. If you want to see fireworks at your next Pelicans ballgame, be sure to book your tickets on one (or more) of the following dates: June 28th; July 1st, 3rd, 12th, 19th, 22nd; August 11th & 18th.
Second Avenue Pier: Experience the magic of fireworks right on the beach! Thanks to the Oceanfront Merchants Association, Second Avenue Pier in Myrtle Beach is proud to host special fireworks nights during the summer. Fireworks will be displayed every Wednesday night at 10 PM during the peak summer season (weather permitting).
Source: Myrtle Beach Blog