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Show responsibilities—who does what?

Client Responsibilities

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Depending on your location, you may need to hire security for the event

Just like the responsibilities we take care of, the responsibilities of the client also vary from show-to-show. Your exact responsibilities will be stated and discussed in the show contract. If you have any questions about what is required of you, your show producer will be happy to help. Below is a brief description of the typical client responsibilities.

Security

The client is responsible for obtaining the services of a qualified security firm to provide overnight guard services as well as day-of-event services.

Location

The client is responsible for obtaining the necessary permission for the firing location.

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We’re capable of shooting fireworks from any location, but you’ll need to ensure we have the proper permission to do so

Staging

Pyro Spectaculars does not provide any staging or rigging.

Audio & visual requirements

The client is responsible for obtaining the necessary equipment for music amplification or video display. Pyro Spectaculars does not provide any audio or video production.

Power requirements

If required, the client is responsible for providing adequate power to the firing location.

Garbage disposal requirements

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We’ll clean up after the show, but you may want to hire additional personnel to sweep the area

If needed, the client is responsible for obtaining the necessary garbage disposal receptacles. Your show producer will identify the particular size and quantity requirements.

Crew restroom facilities

The client is responsible for providing adequate restroom facilities for the pyrotechnics crew.

Communications equipment

If required, the client is responsible for providing any communications equipment to the crew. For example, if it is required that the crew chief communicate with the staging manager to coordinate the start of the show, the client must provide the communications radio.

Additional cleanup

After the show, the crew will dispose of the majority of the firework’s debris. However, any additional cleaning is the responsibility of the client.

Our goal is to effectively communicate any and all responsibilities for both parties prior to the show. If you have any questions about your responsibilities—or what our crew will be doing—please contact your show producer for clarification. Once we’ve outlined and discussed each party’s responsibilities, we can start the detailed planning process of executing your show. Then, it’s time for fun and fireworks!