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ROCK MUSIC AND FIREWORKS – AN EXPLOSIVE COMBINATION

ROCK MUSIC AND FIREWORKS – AN EXPLOSIVE COMBINATION

The World of music is a transient one but the groups and bands that have stood the test of time have learned that finishing a show on a high, keeps bringing the fans back time after time.

This is impressive as some, who have been in the business for many years (The Rolling Stones have been rocking for over 50 years) are still packing arenas around the world. What they put it down to are the pyrotechnics both during and in the finale of their most memorable shows.

Some of the best include The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, The Who and of course, the magnificent AC/DC whose music track ‘Thunderstruck’ is hugely popular on the professional firework circuit have all given spectacular performances followed by fireworks.

These are some of the beauties from the Rock Video back catalogue – some of them use the fireworks as a thank you and others, like AC/DC are renowned for making a swift exit whilst the crowds are still staring open-mouthed at the fireworks. This clip shows the fireworks but as you can see the band have literally ‘left the building’.

AC/DC – GLASGOW 2009

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN 2016

BON JOVI CONCERT 2010

We, of course, love both rock and fireworks so the combination in our opinion is first rate.

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