Western Pyrotechnic Association to put on 29th Annual Western Winter Blast Pyrotechnics Show in Lake Havasu City
We don't wait for Independence Day to watch fireworks over the lake. We enjoy them in the winter, too. The 2018 Lake Havasu Winter Blast Pyrotechnics Show is almost here. And it's definitely something you're not going to want to miss!
- What: 2018 Lake Havasu Winter Blast Pyrotechnics Show
- Where: Havasu 95 Speedway (SARA Park) - Maps & Directions
- When: February 15th to 18th
- Admission: $5 per person per day, 12 & Under FREE
For three nights, the 2018 Lake Havasu Winter Blast Pyrotechnics Show fills the night skies with a vast array of colors. For almost 30 years now, the Western Pyrotechnic Association has chosen to showcase their very best fireworks right here in the Lake Havasu desert. Gates open at 3 pm daily, with the fireworks show beginning at 5 pm. But the biggest display hits the air at 7:30 pm. Saturday promises the biggest show of all. However, if it ends up raining on Saturday, organizers promise a double show on Sunday to make up for it.
The fireworks shows will be simulcast on 104.7FM KKRV. While we love our furry, four-legged friends, fireworks can overwhelm dogs' senses. Therfore, organizers ask that you leave your pets at home.
Enjoy musical entertainment from live bands each night of the Lake Havasu Winter Blast. A beer garden will be set up on the rodeo grounds. You can bring a picnic with you or enjoy food from one of the vendors on-site. Coolers are welcome in the ball fields, parking lot, and BMX track. However, they will not be permitted in the event area.
Parking for the 2018 Lake Havasu Winter Blast costs $5 per vehicle per day. RVs are not allowed in the parking area. However, they can park at the rodeo campgrounds. Please keep in mind that, if you leave (to go to dinner at a local restaurant, for example), you're going to have to pay another $5 per vehicle to park. No re-entry allowed. Parking fills up fast. So, get there early!
Finally, lock your vehicles but don't set the alarms. Some of the repercussions from the fireworks blast may set off car alarms. And, if you're not part of the professional fireworks show, don't bring fireworks with you. This can be dangerous. They will be confiscated. Be safe. Stay sane. Let everyone enjoy the pyrotechnical display over the lake.
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