The 7th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition

Fireworks! You like them too right? I know I do! I’ve been a fan of PIPC ever since it came about years ago. Started as World Pyro Olympics in 2005, where Australia’s Show FX Australia Pty. Ltd became the first ever winner. Last year, it was The Netherlands (Royal Fireworks) who took the Championship title, followed by China (Polaris Fireworks) as 1st runner up and Portugal (Grupo Luso Pirotecnia) as 2nd runner up. You can check all other past winners by clicking HERE.

The venue has always been SM by the Bay at SM Mall of Asia – I guess to better accommodate the hundreds to thousands of spectators wanting to see each country battle it out for the title. The event isn’t free though. So if you want a good view of the participating countries, you need to shell out:

  • ₱100.00 for Silver – Standing
  • ₱300.00 for Gold – Standing
  • ₱600.00 for VIP – Seated
  • ₱1,500.00 for Patron with Buffet – Seated

You can get your tickets at SM Tickets available at all SM Malls, or if you want to get it from them online, click HERE.

Below are photos from the competition proper, enjoy!

February 20, 2016 – ITALY

We were like

February 20, 2016 – UNITED KINGDOM

My personal favorite. The white figures look like angels or some sort of flying species

March 12, 2016 – AUSTRALIA






March 12, 2016 – PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA






This year there are 10 pyro professionals competing. Kindly check their schedule below :

Tip: Make sure you get your tickets in advance to avoid hassle

See you there!

 

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