The 28th Annual Western Winter Blast Pyrotechnics Show Comes Back to Lake Havasu City!

28th Annual Western Winter Blast Pyrotechnics Fireworks Show

Who says fireworks should only happen on New Year's Eve and the 4th of July?  At the 2017 Lake Havasu Winter Blast, the public is invited to watch the pros show off their pyrotechnic skills high above the desert.  Where else but Lake Havasu City can you see such a sight in February?


  • What: Havasu Winterblast 2017
  • Where: Sara Park / Havasu 95 Speedway - Maps & Directions
  • When: February 16-19, 2017, 5pm to 10:30pm Thurs-Sat, 5pm to 10pm Sun
  • Admission: $5/person (kids 12 and under free)
  • Parking: $5/passenger vehicle (RVs are not permitted into general parking area) Gates Open: 3pm daily


Gates open at 3pm on each of the four days that the 2017 Lake Havasu Winter Blast takes place.  Camping spots are completely booked already.  But, you can still bring your friends and family to watch the show.  And what a show it is!  Every night at 7:30pm, the skies above Lake Havasu City fill up with a pyrotechnical display unlike anything else you've ever seen. Each show lasts approximately one hour. Get there early if you want to sit in the bleachers!



What do you do with your time while you're waiting for the show to start?  Visit vendor row.  Outside food and drinks are prohibited.  However, you can purchase them inside the venue.  There is even a beer garden for the 21+ crowd (must have a valid photo ID). 

Parking for the Lake Havasu Winter Blast is available on-site.  It tends to fill up quickly (typically, at least one hour before the show).  Once all parking spots are filled, no one will be allowed to enter.  Guests are encouraged to come early to secure a spot.  While limited parking is available at the BMX track, you will not be able to walk over to the actual event area to view the fireworks.

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The organizers of the Lake Havasu Winter Blast ask that you leave pets at home.  Do not set your car alarm when you park.  Otherwise, the percussion blast from the fireworks could set it off.  If you leave the area in your car at any time, you will have to pay for parking again once you come back.  Of course, that is providing that there is a spot for you to park once you do come back.  So, stay put.

Bring your friends and family to SARA Park any night between February 16th and 19th.  Have a blast at the 2017 Lake Havasu Winter Blast.  It's fun for all ages!

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