It was an awesome Philippine International Pyromusical Competition last week between South Korea and Spain at SM Mall of Asia (SM MOA) along Manila Bay; although I had to give it to Spain.
This week’s first set of fireworks filled the night sky with lights and colors as S.Korea and Spain battled it out with lights, fire, and sounds. South Korea started the competition with a good performance but the firework display of Spain just blew everyone off with its spectacle.
Here are some more of my captured photos of the pyromusical per country event:
My few shots of Spain (Espanya) [most are on video yet to be published]:
Tonight, Portugal and UK fill face-off at the second week of the 2nd Philippine International Pyromusical Competition. Watchh out for it at 7pm and 8pm respectively.
More Participating Countries and Schedule moving forward:
- Portugal FEB 19 7:00 PM
- U.K. FEB 19 8:00 PM
- China FEB 26 7:00 PM
- France FEB 26 8:00 PM
- Japan MAR 5 7:00 PM
- Canada MAR 5 8:00 PM
- Australia MAR 12 7:00 PM
- Philippines MAR 12 8:00 PM
Ticket Prices for the Pyromusical:
- VIP (w/ dinner) P1,500
- VIP P500
- GOLD P200
- SILVER P100
Tickets available at SM Ticketnet. Close-Up toothpaste also have a promotion of giving away tickets for entrance to a number of sections. Thanks to Melo and CFPI events organizer for the media pass. Check more info at the PIPC website (http://www.pyrophilippines.com/about-us/).
Watch out next week for more photos and videos of Week 2 of the 2nd Philippine International Pyromusical Competition between Portugal and UK. See you tonight!
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