CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) — From Kiawah Island to Goose Creek and everywhere in between, several Lowcountry areas are holding Independence Day celebrations.
|Charleston||Sea Stars and Stripes||South Carolina Aquarium||7 – 10 p.m.||Sold Out|
|Goose Creek||Fabulous Fourth on the Creek||Marguerite H. Brown Municipal Center||6:30 – 9:30 p.m.||Free parking/Free admission|
|Isle of Palms||Fourth of July Fireworks Show||Front Beach||9 – 10 p.m.||Free|
|Kiawah Island||Independence Festival and Fireworks in the Park||Night Heron Park||6 – 10 p.m.||Free|
|Moncks Corner||4th of July Celebrations||Various Locations||JULY 2
Parade: 4 p.m.
|Mount Pleasant||Fourth of July Fireworks Blast at Patriots Point||Patriots Point||4 p.m. – until||Sold Out|
|North Charleston||July 4th celebration||Riverfront Park||3 – 9:45 p.m.||Free of charge to the public with general admission.|
|Uncle Sam Jam||Mount Pleasant Pier||Gates open at 7||Admission: $10, or $8 in advance for Charleston County residents|
|Sullivan’s Island||Independence Day Celebrations||J. Marshall Stith Park||JULY 2
Golf Cart/Bicycle Parade: 9 a.m.
|Summerville||Red, White and Blue on the Green||Gahagan Park||5:30 – 9:30 p.m.||Free|
Additionally we have a list of legal and illegal fireworks:
Legal: Sky rockets, roman candles, firecrackers, sparklers, smoke and punk, fountains, missiles, novelties, crackle and strobe, parachutes, wheels and spinners, sky flyers, display shells, aerial items (cakes). You must be 16 years old to purchase any fireworks.
Illegal: Bottle rockets, M-80s and Cherry Bombs.
For additional safety tips during the July 4th holiday check out this this information from SC State Fire Marshal.