Charleston SC 4th of July Events!


Charleston SC July 4th Fireworks

Patriots Point 4th of July Blast

Join Patriots Point and the Town of Mount Pleasant for the annual Patriots Point 4th of July Blast on Wednesday, July 4th! Guests will enjoy discounted admission to Patriots Point. (Admission to just the fireworks event is free, but does not include admission to USS YORKTOWN or other exhibits.) Parking fee is charged, at $10 per vehicle. No pets are allowed.

Shagging on the Cooper

Celebrate the arrival of warmer weather with some dancing on the water at the Mount Pleasant Pier.  Gates open at 7 p.m. for both events, and tickets are $10 per person ($8 for Charleston County residents).

July 4 – Uncle Sam Jam with live music by Permanent Vacation
July 14 – live music by Port Authority Band

North Charleston

Riverfront Park, July 4, 2012 from 3:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

The event features local entertainers, “Quianna Parlor” from American Idol, “The Blue Dogs” and “CoastRunner” along with other activities throughout the event , ending a wonderful day with a spectacular fireworks display at dark.

Downtown Summerville- Independence Day Street Festival

July 1st 5-8 pm  

Fireworks at 9PM at Gahagan Sports Complex located at 515 West Boundary Street
Face painting, live music, and a Costume Contest followed by the non-motorized parade around Hutchinson Square.

Kiawah Resort

5:30pm-9pm, The Sanctuary Terrace Lawn
Adults $48; Children $24
Fireworks held on the beach promptly at 9:40pm
Bring your family and friends to celebrate America’s Independence on the scenic oceanfront Terrace Lawn at The Sanctuary. Indulge in fantastic festive food and classic drinks while enjoying our All American Band.  All are invited to join in the evening events. Reservations required.

 Folly Beach, Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island

Enjoy playing on the beach during the day and then settle down with a blanket to watch fireworks light up the night sky.

Charleston River Dogs

Tuesday July 3rd 6:35 pm

Head down to the Joe and watch America’s favorite past-time and enjoy an Independence Day Celebration after the game. 



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