It’s ramping up to be a busy and sunshine-filled Labor Day weekend in the Myrtle Beach area! The Beach is ready to welcome you to its warm beaches and sunny skies, helping you forget about back to school just for a little while. Here’s what you need to know and some tips for enjoying your Labor Day weekend in Myrtle Beach.

Fireworks Not Allowed in City of Myrtle Beach

Please be aware that personal fireworks are illegal in the City of Myrtle Beach. City Code prohibits the sale, possession or use of fireworks inside the city. The fireworks stores in the area are not located inside the City of Myrtle Beach. A violation of this ordinance is a misdemeanor, with penalties upon conviction ranging up to $500 and/or 30 days in jail.

Don't Blow It! It is illegal to use, posses or sell fireworks inside the City of Myrtle Beach

Please Pack Your Patience

Visitors are asked to pack their patience. Businesses are still opening back up and hiring seasonal workers for summer vacationers. Please be prepared for additional wait times when checking in at your accommodation, entering attractions or at restaurants. When possible, reserve tables at your favorite restaurants in advance. Thank you for your understanding!

Visit our Healthy Travel Page for more information on how to travel responsibly to the Grand Strand. 

Check Out A Live Show

If you are looking for something to do, other than exploring our 60 miles of coastline and beaches, consider checking out one of the area’s live entertainment theatres. Your options are endless, including The Carolina Opry, Alabama Theatre, Pirates Voyage, Medieval Times, GTS Theater and more.

While there are no traffic pattern changes at this time, please keep in mind that there will be increased traffic and other delays as you are driving around the Grand Strand. Use alternative routes when possible to avoid high traffic areas and watch for pedestrians.

Looking for More?

Check out the latest events and explore the many restaurants and attractions along the Grand Strand. Be sure to make reservations in advance when possible, and pack your patience!