Where to Watch Fourth of July
Fireworks in Charleston

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Celebrate America’s birthday in one of the best historical cities in the U.S. Here’s where to watch fireworks in the Lowcountry.

Patriots Point 4th of July Blast
July 4, 2023

Patriots Point 4th of July Blast

Celebrate the Fourth of July on board one of the most historic warships in the United States. Once the sun sets in the Charleston Harbor, the Flight Deck of the Yorktown will offer a front row seat to the fireworks display, which will feature firework shells shot from a barge in the Cooper River. 

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Riverfront Park 4th of July Festival
July 4, 2023

Riverfront Park 4th of July Festival

North Charleston’s festival features the largest display of 4th of July fireworks in the Lowcountry. The celebration will include North Charleston Pops and a DJ alongside many area food trucks. Festival goers should bring blankets and chairs since the park has no seating provided.

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Isle of Palms Fireworks Show
July 4, 2023

Isle of Palms Firework Show

Fireworks will launch into the sky above the Front Beach area of Isle of Palms during this free show. Attendees can watch the display from the Isle of Palms County Park area.

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Folly Beach
July 4, 2023

4th of July on Sullivan's Island

The day will start with the golf cart and bike parade at 9 am followed by The Independence Day party at the park at 5:30. Bring a chair or a blanket and get ready for the big show! Music will be provided by the Shem Creek Boogie Band, with fireworks starting shortly after 9 PM.

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