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Festival of Fireworks

Date/Time

Aug 16, 2014

Description

Atlas PyroVision Productions is pleased to announce that after a two year hiatus, the annual Festival of Fireworks has found a new home at the Cheshire Fairgrounds on Route 12 in Swanzey, New Hampshire. The greatly missed end-of-summer fireworks display will continue the tradition of being held on the third Saturday of August. This year’s Festival will be Saturday, August 16th with a classic rock themed pyromusical titled Rock’n the Stars.

Along with the new venue will be changes in how festival-goers purchase tickets for both events. Tickets will be offered online only at festival-of-fireworks.com. Admission tickets will no longer be sold at the gate with advance sales only.

Location

View map Cheshire Fairgrounds
247 Monadnock Hwy.
Swanzey, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Atlas PyroVision Productions

Phone

(603) 532-8324

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