We often hear “you can’t shoot fireworks at our venue” from potential clients. As a professional company, Pyrotex obtains permits and follows the regulations that allow us to produce firework displays within city limits across the nation. We can also customize the display to work within the confined space of any venue, indoors or out.
With that in mind, I am beginning a series where I will highlight a new venue each week, sharing the various options, photos and videos of previous displays there, and any little known facts that will be important to remember when planning your firework display.
This week, Pyrotex was out at Fair Park, so why don’t we start there?
Fair Park is such a versatile area with a wide variety of venue options to match any event theme and size of crowd — Texas Discovery Gardens, Cotton Bowl Stadium, Hall of State, Music Hall, Automobile Building, Centennial Hall…the list goes on and on. No matter which venue suits your event best, Pyrotex can create an unbelievable firework display for your guests in various locations. We can produce aerial displays fired from a parking lot, a grassy area, the roof of the Hall of State and surrounding buildings, the 50 yard line of the Cotton Bowl, or the center of the Esplanade…yes, we can fire in water! For a wedding departure we can line Grand Avenue or another departure point with columns or fans of sparkle fountains. If your guests are looking for something a little different to excite the crowd, bring the fireworks indoors at Centennial Hall or the Automobile building.
Pyrotex will coordinate with the authorities to obtain necessary state and local permits. We will arrange for the fire marshal to be on-site during the display and produce a certificate of insurance covering the venue, city, and client as additional insureds. Most of the events will also require a special event permit which the client or planner can obtain from the City of Dallas Office of Special Events. With Fair Park being a public area, we will require the client to arrange for firing site security by hiring uniformed police officers from the time we arrive on-site with the product until the show is cleaned up at the end of the evening. Additional costs may also include rental of the space to fire the show at Fair Park.
Once you have finalized your event details and your venue,
you and your client and guests can sit back, relax, and enjoy a firework display,
choreographed to music and coordinated with the event colors.
Why don’t you take a little break from your workday
and be inspired to plan your next event at Fair Park?