Winter Blast: 2020 - Ignite the Night

February 13 — February 16, 2020

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Western Winter Blast

President’s Day Weekend, annually. Since 1990 it has been held in Lake Havasu City; right on the beautiful Colorado River in Arizona. Like a PGI convention, we have seminars, trade shows, class C and pyrotechnic supply vending, open Class C and Class B shooting, BBQ's, afterglow parties, and much more. If you have never been to a Winter Blast, you don't know what you’re missing. WWB is the premier pyrotechnic event of the Winter Time. Now more than ever, people come to the Winter Blast from across the globe, and with good reason. Not only is it an exciting event, but the weather is warm and the sun is shining... (most of the time). Pyro enthusiasts who live in freezing and snowing areas are finding a summer pyro haven in the wintertime at the Western Winter Blast.

Winter Blast: 2020 - Ignite the Night

February 13 — February 16, 2020
Lake Havasu City, Arizona

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Note from Flying Phoenix
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Order deadline: 2/5/2020

Note from Bear River Powder
Bear River Powder order form
Order deadline: 2/2/2020 (revised)

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ARC Pyrotechnics ordering info
Order deadline: 2/1/2020

ACME Discount Fireworks Class C order form
Order deadline: 2/6/2020

Past Events

Do It

Do It is a spin-off of an event first held in 1998 across the river at the Avi Casino and Resort in Laughlin, NV; then called Pow Wow. Organized by WPA member and former VP of the club, Greg Boyd, this event came from the need to have a second event during the year and geared more towards the hobbyist. While in 1998 there were few participants, this event has grown in popularity and attendance each year and now boasts attendance in the triple digits. This event is geared towards those who like to develop and create pyrotechnic items.

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