The Myrtle Beach area is always looking for a reason to celebrate and with July 4 approaching there is more than one reason for celebration.  From Conway’s Riverfest to the Boat Parade in Murrells Inlet, this Independence Day screams red, white, and blue!  So, find an American flag, get together with family and friends, and make this an unforgettable July 4. 
Independence Day kicks off with the Conway Riverfest.  This two-day event has festivities for the entire family to enjoy.  No one will want to miss the golf cart and boat parades, the river raft race, or the business expo.   Food will be served and live music will be played in three different stage areas. Start your celebrating early and head out to Riverfront Park on Friday, June 29 at 8 p.m.
It’s a known fact that baseball is one of America’s favorite pastimes.  Who wouldn’t want to watch some live baseball, eat a hot dog, and end their night with fireworks?  This is all possible at the Field on Tuesday, July 3!  Come cheer on the Pelicans Baseball team as they beat up on the Red Sox.  The game begins at 7:05 p.m. with a fireworks show following the game.
If you have plans to be in Myrtle Beach on July 4, make sure you check out Broadway at the Beach for their Fourth of July Fireworks Extravaganza!  There are a variety of events the entire family will enjoy going on all day long at Broadway and fireworks will begin blasting off at 10 p.m.
The town of Surfside Beach will be hosting its own Fourth of July Celebration at the Surfside Pier parking lot.  This kid-friendly event begins at 6 p.m. and is sure to be nothing short of a good time.  There will be entertainment by “Garth and Friends,” free ice cream, and concessions sold by SAFER.  Make sure to bring a lawn chair because a firework show will light up the sky at 9:30 p.m.
If you plan on being in North Myrtle Beach for July 4, don’t miss the Cherry Grove Pier Fireworks Event!  There will be no charge for the show, just come with a lawn chair and be ready to have a good time.  Bright red, white, and blue will cover the sky beachside at 9:30 p.m.; what a great way to end such a special day! 
Down in Murrells Inlet, the 29th Annual July 4 Boat Parade and Firework Display  will kick its festivities off at 9 a.m.  The parade begins at Garden City Point and makes its way over to the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, where it then follows the Murrells Inlet shoreline down to the Hot Fish Club.  Get sea sick?  No problem, there are plenty of great places and restaurants to watch the parade!  Choose from the Marshwalk, Belin Methodist Church, Nance’s Restaurant, Captain Poo’s Restaurant, and the Hot Fish Club.  After a big day in the sun, make sure to stick around for the firework display that starts at 10 p.m.
It’s going to be a weeklong celebration in red, white, and blue with all of these events being held in the Myrtle Beach area.  So find that American Flag t-shirt, grab your loved ones, and make this Fourth one to remember!