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One of north Texas's most creative pyrotechnic team can provide choreographed fireworks displays set to music for your indoor and outdoor events, holiday celebrations and special occasions.

Licensed shooters in Texas and Arksansas

Federal Explosives License: 5-TX-397-54-7C-01763

More than 25 years combined
pyrotechnics experience.
More than 100 pyrotechnics
shows flawlessly designed.
Cumulative value greater than
a million dollars to date.

For people who love fireworks, by people who love fireworks.


Our Secret Formula:

As you know, fireworks design is all about chemistry!

10% Sulfur

15% Charcoal

75% Saltpeter

90% Creativity

200% Fun

Our Shows Can Be Choreographed to Music

One of the most dynamic fireworks shows in Texas! Call now (903) 277-7703

Big Boom Fireworks Variations


Chrysanthemum fireworks display

A dense spherical burst emits glittering graceful trails that linger in the sky for a few moments.


Peony fireworks display

A spherical pattern of glowing flares that do not leave trails as they expand outward.

Weeping Willow

Weeping Willow fireworks display

A glittering dome of silver or gold resembles the long branches that hang down from the weeping willow tree.

Flying Fish

Flying Fish fireworks display

Following a short delay, the stars dart in odd directions like a spooked school of fish.


Horsetail fireworks display

A compact directional burst with colorful stars that descend like the tail of a horse or waterfall.


Beehive fireworks display

Bright flurries of colorful stars swarm like angry bees that have been disturbed… by some fireworks maybe?


Palm fireworks display

A thick glowing tail on ascent forms the trunk, while large comets form colorful palm fronds.


Crossette fireworks display

Often accompanied by loud crackling, stars split to create multiple small crosses.


Kamuro fireworks display

A very shiny burst that leaves a dense trail resembling a Japanese boy’s hairstyle.

Smiley Face

Smiley Face fireworks display

Always memorable, our smiley faces never fail to draw comments from the crowd.


Girandola fireworks display

A spinning missile climbs rapidly throwing off sprays of glitter usually accompanied by a piercing whistle.


Brocade fireworks display

A enormous long-lasting spherical display produces silver or gold tipped trails hanging down.


Cone fireworks display

A expanding formation of brilliant stars who's bright trails create a conical pattern high overhead.

Layer Effect

Layer Effect fireworks display

A pretty pattern of shells designed to detonate simultaneously at different altitudes.


Pistil fireworks display

A small color or effect in the center of a larger display that resembles the core structure within a flower.

Comet Scramble

Scrambling Comet fireworks display

An exploding shell releases a number of bright comets which take flight in unexpected directions.


Spider fireworks display

Bright shoots of glitter resembling the legs of a spider are projected straight outward following a loud bang.


Dahlia fireworks display

Similar to the peony but with only a few large projections which travel long distances before burn out.


Salute fireworks display

A shell intended to produce a loud boom with a simple quick white flash instead of a colorful visual effect.


Diadem fireworks display

A peony or chrysanthemum shell featuring a center cluster of contrasting color.


Rings fireworks display

Rings may resemble atoms, rose petals, red hearts, green clover and even smiley faces.


Tail fireworks display

Colorful glitter that trails from a shell as it rapidly gains altitude before breaking.


Rose fireworks display

A rose is a type of ring firework display that seems to outline the petals of a flower.


Grand finale fireworks display

The relentless barrage marking a climatic ending with breathtaking pyrotechnic splendor.