Witness the Biggest Firework Display in Charleston

Tickets to see Charleston’s biggest Fourth of July fireworks display from aboard the historic USS Yorktown’s Flight Deck are now on sale at A limited number of tickets are available through online purchase only, and are expected to sell quickly.

Guests wishing to board the USS Yorktown on Independence Day have two ticketing options. For $110, guests will be given VIP treatment including complimentary drinks from two full-service bars, a complimentary barbecue meal served by the Patriots Point’s official caterer, TOP SHELF Catering, and seating in a special area of the ship closest to the fireworks display.

The second option is a general admission flight deck ticket priced at $40. It includes access aboard the USS Yorktown and live music from the East Coast Party Band. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Guests with a general admission tickets are encouraged to bring their own folding chairs.

Access to the flight deck for all ticket holders will open at 6 p.m. To ensure the security of guests, all bags will be checked when tickets are scanned. Coolers and food items will not be permitted on the ship.

In addition to ticketing options for the flight deck, Patriots Point will also provide live music and entertainment starting at 4 p.m. for those who prefer to watch the fireworks show for free onshore.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase, and jump castles, face painting and other activities will be available for children. Parking will cost $10 per vehicle for all guests including those who purchase flight deck tickets. Normal museum tour routes will close at 5 p.m. on the day of the Fireworks Blast. The last ticket will be sold at 3:30 p.m.

Community interaction is an important part of life, which is why Parks at Nexton Apartments in Summerville, South Carolina is urging you to join in the all of the excitement at this event!

Event Time/Date:
Tuesday, July 4, 2017—4:00 PM

Event Venue Location:
Patriots Point
40 Patriots Point Road
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464

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