Blamed on a computer glitch, the Big Bay Boom fireworks show that went bust has now enterred into the folklore of San Diego.
As the world continues to enjoy the Big Bay Boom's Fabulous Fireworks Fckup which resulted in all the fireworks for its 18-minute show to go off at once, the NJ-based fireworks company is insisting that this was unintentional. August Santore of Garden State Fireworks told CNN, "This is very uncommon.... Show More Summary
Missed out on the fireworks last night or just want to relive the memories? We gathered some great shots of local July 4th fireworks displays (none of which were quite as spectacular as San Diego's Big Bay Boom) from the beaches to the Hollywood Bowl. [ more › ]
San Diego fireworks bust: Officials involved with the Big Bay Boom fireworks show in San Diego that proved to be a bust when all the pyrotechnics exploded simultaneously were busy Thursday offering apologies and some sort of restitution.
San Diego's Big Bay Boom is a popular July 4th fireworks event, with over 500,000 attending last year. Last night, it really outdid itself: Due to a technical issue, all of the fireworks planned for the 18-minute spectacle went off at one, resulting in an amazing but only 15-second show. Take a look: [ more › ]