Organizers of Pyrotecnico's day-long event say this year's festival will be bigger and better.
Organizers of the annual PyroFest at Hartwood Acres are promising an even bigger and better festival this Memorial Day weekend. This year's day-long pyrotechnics and fireworks festival takes place on Saturday, May 25, and includes Pittsburgh fan favorite, The Clarks, as the headliner. The event, dubbed "America’s largest fireworks festival," is presented by Pyrotecnico, a family-owned fireworks and special effects company headquartered in New Castle. Organizers estimate more than 8,000 people attended last year's inaugural festival in Hampton Township. “After the tremendous amount of positive feedback after the first event, we want to ensure Pyrofest will be an annual Pittsburgh tradition,” Stephen Vitale, president and CEO of Pyrotecnico…
The festival promises a day of fireworks and family fun during Memorial Day weekend.
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Pyrotecnico’s inaugural pyrotechnics and fireworks festival, PryoFest, will light up the skies on Saturday, May 26, at Hartwood Acres in Hampton Township. Headquartered in New Castle, Pyrotecnico is a family-owned fireworks and special effects company that has been designing award-winning shows for more than 120 years. In partnership with the Allegheny County Parks Department, CBS Radio and Lamar Advertising, PyroFest promises to be a fun-filled, daylong community event for all ages. “Fireworks are the international symbol of celebration and what better way to commemorate the Memorial Day weekend than a day of unique and innovative pyrotechnics and fireworks entertainment,” said Stephen Vitale, president and CEO of Pyrotecnico. America’s …