Nashville July 4th Fireworks
Fireworks, produced by Pyro Shows, Inc.
The fireworks in Nashville for the 2013 4th of July included more than 26,000 fireworks shells, totaling more than 14,000 lbs. Pyro Shows used 24-10" shells and 120-8" shells and new effects from LP Field, setting the stage for a more spectacular show. The display site was more than 1,000 feet long, and it took 10 days to build the show.
Pyro Shows proudly stands as one of the largest fireworks companies in the southeastern United States and presents some of the most prestigious shows in America. Pyro Shows' tremendous success story is the result of a "sky's the limit" creative approach coupled with the latest technology.
Their operations and facilities are among the most advanced in the fireworks industry.
Pyro Shows is a pioneer in marrying a myriad of spectacular fireworks effects with dramatic musical soundtracks. This state-of-the-art choreography has propelled Pyro Shows to international recognition. They use the latest in technology to design, script and choreograph fireworks displays.
Fireworks and music can work hand-in-hand to create entertainment with special meaning for specific events and festivals. Today, Pyro Shows produces more than 300 fireworks shows each year in cities and countries around the world. pyroshows.com