WinterBlast returns to Lake Havasu City, Arizona in person for our 33rd annual event. The event theme for 2022 is “Counting The Stars and will be held February 16-20 at Havasu 95 Speedway inside of SARA Park.
If you have never been to a Winter Blast – the premier pyrotechnic event of the winter time – you don’t know what you’re missing! People come to the Winter Blast from across the globe, and for good reason. Not only is it an exciting event, but the weather is warm and the sun is shining… (most of the time).
We will have a public display from Wednesday – Sunday and open shooting every night.
Events start at 7:30 pm each night. Parking is open each day at 3 p.m. besides Saturday, which opens at 12 noon.
Wednesday, February 16 is free parking and free entry.
Thursday, February 17 is $5 per vehicle to enter SARA Park and if you chose to sit in the grandstands, it’s $5 per person. 6 and under are free with a paid adult. Cash only. Parking is open at 3 p.m
Friday, February 18-Sunday , February 19 is $10 per vehicle to enter SARA Park and $10 per person to sit in grandstands. 6 and under are free with paid adult. Cash only.
No pets, coolers, outside food or alcohol allowed and no refunds. Parking is not allowed along Highway 95.
The main event will be Saturday night.
*Special note: If your child has special needs or sensitive hearing, please remember to bring ear protection. Some fireworks can be too loud for those with noise sensory issues.
There is no re-entry. Once you leave the park, you will have to pay to get back in.
Enjoy these amazing pyrotechnics that will fill the Havasu sky and keep an eye on RiverScene Magazine social media and website for photos and videos of the event!
Winterblast Pyrotechnics at Havasu 95 Speedway. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
Fireworks burst into the air during the WPA Winterblast Pyrotechnics show in Lake Havasu City. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
Fireworks explode in the sky at Havasu 95 Speedway at sunset during Winterblast. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
Gina and Victor Papini build firework shells during a past Winterblast to prepare for Winterblast. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
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