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The 5th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition: “The Brightest Show On Earth”

The 5th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition: “The Brightest Show On Earth”

 

When In Manila, March 22nd marked the end of The 5th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition (PIPC) with pyrotechnic performances by Atlas PyroVision Production from the USA and the Philippine’s own Platinum Fireworks.

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Atlas PyroVision is a constant winner of several international firework competitions and presenter of the much awaited yearly 4th of July Independence Day fireworks celebrations in the US.

Atlas PyroVision brought the best Rock Anthems for their performance, which was entitled Rock n Stars, hence the name. Atlas PyroVision had Rock n Roll songs such as: Bon Jovi’s It’s My Life, Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts’ I Love Rock and Roll, Europe’s The Final Countdown, and many others; pyrotechnics, and an audience jamming to their performance–just a live Rock-band short of being an actual Rock concert.

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Philippine’s Platinum Fireworks, Inc. is the pioneer, innovator, and leader in the Philippine pyrotechnics industry. They are the winner of several prestigious international competitions, such as The People’s Choice Award at the 2011 Globalfest Pyromusical Competition in Calgary, Canada, and The Best Show and Zeus Trophy in last year’s Les Grand Feux Du Casino Du Lac-Leamy in Ottawa, Canada.

Platinum Fireworks started their performance off with 20th Century Fox’s introduction music, enticing the audience with what was to come–OSTs (Original Motion Picture Soundtracks). Following their introduction, they played Juno Vs Don Davis’ Navra from The Matrix Revolutions, then a remix of the theme songs from Mission Impossible and James Bond, followed by the theme song to Zorro, the World of Warcraft theme song, Let It Go from Disney’s Frozen, and finally Tchaikovsky’s famous 1812 Overture–but instead of canons, there were fireworks, and lots of them.