The PIPC website (http://www.pyrophilippines.com/about-us/) says that “this annual event will put on a never-before-seen spectacle of lights and colors where the night sky and sea meet as staged by the world’s leading pyrotechnic experts….This competition will not only paint the Manila sky with brilliant bursts of vivid color, but will also be the venue to showcase the emerging artistry and evolving sophistication of Filipino fireworks technology.”
Here is the List of Participating Countries and Schedule:
You can purchase the tickets at SM Ticketnet. I believe Close up toothpaste also have a promotion of giving away tickets for entrance to a number of sections. The Philippine International Pyromusical Competition will surely be packed this year.
2nd Philippine International Pyromusical Competition
For those looking for a good restaurant date venue since it’s the weekend going to Valentine’s Day, the following restaurants offer reservations: Uno Pizzeria, Trinity Restaurant, The Pit Bar and Resto, The Original Hawaiian, The Cruise, Stardish, Starbucks Coffee, Sis Rose, Sis D’ Original Seafood Palutuan, Shylin, Pier One, Padi’s Point, Robbie’s Seafood Restaurant, Razon’s of Guagua, President Tea House, Norberto’s Grill, The Perfect Cone by Magnolia, Lydia’s Lechon, Krocodile Grill, Julie’s Ihaw-Ihaw, Juicemio, Huey Ying Restaurant, Hooters, Harbor View, Hagz Kaffe, Gloria Jean’s Coffee, G-Squared Palutuan, Figaro, Eskimo Bob by Icebergs, Doris, Dad & Mom’s Family Restaurant, Claire Dela Fuente Grill & Restaurant, Chiang Mai Thai Cuisine, C-Front Dining Grill, Berks Resto Grille, BayWok Seafood Kitchen, Kainan sa Balanghay, Bahia, Aling Tonya’s 1 & 2, Atcha’s Grill, Aling Mahsya, Club LAX, Gerry’s Grill, Dezaato Pan, Gweilos, Lamesa Grill, and more.