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16TH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF PYROTECHNIC ART

16TH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF PYROTECHNIC ART

WHAT: COURCHEVEL INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF PYROTECHNIC ART
WHY: FIREWORKS COMPETITION
WHEN: 15TH FEBRUARY – 8TH MARCH 2015
WHERE: COURCHEVEL, FRENCH ALPS
WHAT TIME: FIREWORKS START AT 7.00PM

The 16th International Festival of Pyrotechnic Art gets underway on 15th February 2018. The beautiful ski resort of Courchevel has hosted the IFPA for the last 16 years and its popularity continues to grow.

The village resort contains the largest ski area in the world including ski-ing over Courchevel or the Three Valleys can readily be managed with lifts or runs over the ridges in between.

With slopes suitable for the absolute beginner to the fully experienced expert you can choose to mount your ski’s or snowboard and tackle some of the greatest runs in the world today.

At night, as well as a little apres ski, you can take in the sheer beauty of the firework displays created for your pleasure as four teams battle it out for the crown.

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Hearts will be filled with emotion and eyes full of wonderment as the beautiful pyro meets the white of the snowcapped mountains. This year’s events will ee the ESF French Ski School hold a torchlit descent of the slopes which is quite the sight to see.

The event will also be closed by local team H C Pyrotechnic’s but we will have to come back to you with this year’s competitors at a later date.

Last year’s competition was won by Pandora Pyrotechnie from St Etienne in France with a beautiful display.

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