2013-Fourth of July Festivities in the Summerville & Charleston area are AMAZING! You’ve got your choice of Fourth of July Events to choose from.
Fireworks in Summerville, SC
Location: Hutchinson Town Square & Gahagan Sports Complex (515 West Boundary St.)
Date: July 4 -pm Fireworks Display at Gahagan
Beautiful Fireworks Display in Summerville at the Gahagan Sports Complex located at 515 West Boundary Street.
North Charleston – Riverfront Park -3-10 pm
The City of North Charleston’s 4th of July Festival is our largest sponsored event. Annually held at Riverfront Park, the Festival features nationally reknowned performers, such as Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Marshall Tucker Band, and Lee Greenwood.
The Festival is presented free of charge to the public will all general admission for attendees. Guests attending the Festival are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets, as there is no seating provided. No alcohol is permissible within the park. A wide variety of food vendors are always on site. Children activities are available free of charge, including inflatable jump castles, games, the play area, the giant sandbox, and the water fountain.
Call (843) 745-1087 for more information.
Last year 35,000 people came to America’s National Carrier Aviation Museum to watch a dazzling fireworks display, listen to terrific live bands, enjoy our Kidz Zone, and feast on some of the best summer holiday food in the Charleston area. This year’s Patriots Point 4th of July Blast should prove to be even more entertaining! With Patriots Point and its partners making their largest investment ever in pyrotechnics, this year’s fireworks display should rate as the most spectacular ever to be launched from the deck of the aircraft carrier YORKTOWN.
Admission: Free for landside entertainment, Kidz Zone and fireworks.
Directions: I-26 to downtown Charleston. Take Hwy. 17 North, cross the Cooper River Bridge and follow signs to Patriots Point.
Fireworks display at Folly Beach from the Ocean at dark. Enjoy playing on the beach before the fireworks, or fish off the Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier at Folly Beach. Restaurants, Restrooms available.
Directions: I-26 to downtown Charleston. Take Hwy. 17 South to Folly Road (Hwy. 161). Go to the end of Folly Road (about 15 minute drive) to get to the beach. Find a place to park (this is the true challenge) and enjoy