Festival of Musical Fireworks at Asiago
From 01 March 2008 to 02 March 2008
Second International Festival of Musical Fireworks at Asiago (Vicenza): three evenings beginning at 21.00 and located at the air traffic control station at Aisagos R. Sartori airport.
Once again Asiago hosts the Second International Festival of Musical Fireworks. Three evenings of charged excitement, with coloured lights exploding in the sky in time to the rhythm of music, reflected magically over the snow-capped panorama! A memorable event which takes place at the Asiago airport, where the luminous effects of the fireworks create a spectacle worthy of the enchanting atmosphere of the most beautiful Altopiano area in the world.
This show combines the art of pyrotechnics with up to date music, thus a slightly different slant to the event. In such shows the colours, sounds and pyrotechnical effects have to respect and augment the emotions which the music stimulates in the listener. The audience are transported almost instantaneously to a new dimension of the imagination: from the first note a silence descends, and the only sounds in addition to the amplified music are the fireworks exploding into the night, illuminating the skies and background, and the tumultuous applause at the end of the piece.
ProgrammeThe event is divided into three evenings with shows starting at 21.00, and located at the air traffic control station at Aisagos R. Sartori airport, with entertainment and animation until 21.45. From the square opposite the control tower you can admire the 3 shows each lasting approximately 25 minutes of uninterrupted music. Throughout the evening hot drinks are available at various locations.
Entrance freeStart: 9p.m.
Period: From 01 March 2008 to 02 March 2008
Event location: Air traffic control station at Aisagos R. Sartori airport.
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