Thread: Seaside fireworks
06-28-2010, 02:47 PM #1
Will they be shown on the internet this year?Sic 'Em Woo Pig Sooie
I believe you could watch them online last year either on Bud and Alley's site or via 30-A TV, but don't know what this year's plan is.
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06-28-2010, 10:18 PM #4
Thank you for the response. If it happens, fabulous. If not, I will dig deep into my long term memory bank, if I can find where that is, and remember fireworks past on 30A.Sic 'Em Woo Pig Sooie
Remember, there was in fact life before the internet.
As nice as the Seaside fireworks are, don't you think that there will be some live fireworks around Dallas that'll beat watching & hearing fireworks being streamed on the web?
06-29-2010, 02:13 PM #6
Possibly. Kaboomtown in Addison is Saturday night, Dallas Country Club cancelled their fireworks due to construction and the City of Dallas' fireworks show is Monday night so for Sunday night...Seaside seems pretty good.Sic 'Em Woo Pig Sooie
06-29-2010, 03:04 PM #7
From Facebook, two nights of fireworks at Seaside?
We are pleased to announce that we will split our fireworks display to both July 3rd and July 4th!
Saturday, July 3rd -
9:00 PM- For the first time we are splitting up our fireworks over two days. Watch the the fireworks from the beach front or the Seaside town center.
Sunday, July 4th -
8:00 AM- Travel through Seaside for this patriotic celebration.
Start the day out with the annual July 4th Parade down 30A
begining at 8:00AM and concluding in Seaside. Then make
sure to reserve your spot on the lawn for the awards presentation,
face painting and music by 30A Radio.
7:00 PM- Celebrate our nation's Independence Day with a
performance by Dread Clampitt featuring special guest, Grammy
Award Winner, Sam Bush.
9:00 PM- End the holiday with one of the largest fireworks displays
on the Emerald Coast. Tune into 30A Radio (107.1FM) to hear the
simulcast soundtrack as you watch the magnificent show.
For the first time in Seaside’s history, these high volume presentations will launch from the coastline making the shows vibrant from the beach. The fact that we are launching from the coastline is not related to anything in our waters. It is actually related to barge availability, needed to produce the show. As most of you might expect, barges are assisting with efforts in other gulf regions. Beach areas below Coleman Pavilion will be closed for the shows but all other walkovers serving your residential street will be open.Go Cards
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