Lenox Square Fireworks
July 5, 2011 by staff
Lenox Square Fireworks, Each year, the celebration of Fourth of July at Lenox Qquare attracts thousands of people. Preparations for the dazzling fireworks display starting long before the summer begins.
With the sky waiting Buckhead, seven months in the making is finally ending. “We started to develop this program in January,” said Rick Lambright J & M Displays. And it will be one of the biggest shows in the Southeast, according to organizers.
These days the traditional fireworks at Lenox Square are holding science: an automated sequence of exactly 4184 explosions planned duration of 16 minutes and 33 seconds precisely.
“It will change color from green to purple and then fall into a bunch of gold in the final,” said Lambright.
Rick Lambright with J & M Displays, sounds like part scientist, part artist when he describes the show as half a million people are expected to see.
“So we’re stepping on the ladder in the air. And making a very wide eyes and counting the navigation on this site down there,” said Lambright.
The Lenox Square parking lot is scheduled to open at noon on Monday for the games, food and beverages. The free events include the actions of former resident of Snellville and American Idol runner up Diana Degarmo.
But the real stars, as always, will be fireworks.
“If the last shell has exploded and people are clapping and oohs and ahhs giving us, is everything for us.”
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