Fireworks for the Big Game!

Fireworks are perfect for your game day watch party, touchdowns and end of game celebration!

Phantom Fireworks has a large variety of fireworks so you can cheer on Atlanta or New England with fireworks that support the team’s colors! SB1.jpgCheck out the list below to learn how you can create your game day fireworks display for either Atlanta or New England.
If you are cheering for the Atlanta, consider using these fireworks for your celebration.
500 Gram Repeaters
Big Red One – Big Red One has a variety of effects. BeginSB2.pngning with bright, cardinal red brocades with shining stars and silver crackling strobes. Green strobes lead into an awesome panoramic red crackling finale!

G-127.png Red Flash Reactor – Beautiful red brocades with red glitter tails along with large palm breaks.

Critical Blast – This 500 gram features 12 gigantic breaks. Red brocades with strobing tips and large palm tree breaks with crackling tips.

Continue reading “Fireworks for the Big Game!”


Top 10 Interesting Facts about Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is the longest national holiday in China known for its unique history, traditions, rituals, and fireworks.

2018 is the Year of the Dog and the celebration begins on February 16 and ends on March 2. The celebrations for the Chinese New Year are filled fireworks shows, parades, and eventful festivities.
Below are the top 10 interesting facts explaining why this holiday is so special!

1. Chinese New Year has been celebrated for more than 4,000 years. The start of Chinese New Year changes from year to year depending on the phases of the moon. The Chinese New Year lands on the first day of the lunar month and continues for 15 days, until the moon is full. Chinese New Year is also referred to the Lunar New Year or Spring Festival.

Continue reading “Top 10 Interesting Facts about Chinese New Year”