Skip to content

KaBoom Fireworks display in San Fran

KaBoom

WHAT – KaBoom Fireworks
WHERE – Candlestick Park San Francisco
WHEN - May 22, 2010
WHAT TIME - 10:15–10:30 p.m.
BEST VIEWS – most places around the bay, unless it is foggy

KaBoom Fireworks in San Francisco, sponsored by KFOG radio.

Besides the long lingering question, why do all radio stations in America have 4, seemingly random, letters before the word radio as their name? The big question is how the fireworks will look in their new home?

The KaBoom Fireworks display is moving to Candlestick Park, the famous home of the San Francisco Giants for many years and the spot where the Beatles played their very last commercial concert; a good bit of history there.

KFOG's annual event was forced to move from its previous spot after safety concerns led to structural tests on pier 30 and 32. It was discovered that these piers are no longer strong enough to hold the mass of equipment and vehicles required to put on this multi-million dollar event. Never mind, onwards and upwards.

The event will be synchronised to a soundtrack that has not been confirmed yet but it is expected to be contemporary music mixed with some old family favourites. This is a very family friendly night that attracts about 400,000 people. It is popular to hire boats and take part in boat trips out onto the bay for the very best view of the fireworks.

Tickets are a reasonable $15 a piece which is not bad considering a world-class fireworks display and a fun friendly environment await all. Let us just hope it's not too foggy!!

and here it is, a little bit of the 2010 KFOG KaBoom Fireworks Display video from Candlestick Park

Related Posts

EJECTS STARS & BANGS
EJECTS STARS & BANGS
The progression of portrayed performance. Here at Epic Fireworks, we go to great lengths not only to provide detail...
Read More
THE HISTORY OF ROCKETS
THE HISTORY OF ROCKETS
Have you ever pondered the history of the rocket? Well, at Epic we have, and it turns out that the story is fascinati...
Read More
A HISTORY OF FIRECRACKERS AND WHY THEY ARE RED
A HISTORY OF FIRECRACKERS AND WHY THEY ARE RED
Firecrackers, along with fireworks, originated in China but even before the invention of gunpowder the Chinese sought...
Read More
Previous article DELICIOUS HOME COOKED FOOD FOR BONFIRE NIGHT

Leave a comment

Comments must be approved before appearing

* Required fields