Welcome to The Pyrotechnic Artists of Texas!

The purpose of the Pyrotechnic Artists of Texas, otherwise known as PAT, shall be to promote and encourage safe, legal and artful pyrotechnic design, construction, operation and enjoyment in Texas through training, demonstration and exchange of information.

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Spider Draves - RIP

Spider was good friends with many PAT Members and he attended quite a few PAT Events. He will be sorely missed. - JJ

www.goethalswells.com/obituary/HaroldSpider-Draves?fbclid=IwAR0m2Sia0KqCoX6KpX5D7JvOm9xG6kUjxcssT...
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Well damn! I haven’t seen Spider'h Draves in a long time. He was a big fan of Texas BBQ. RIP sir!

We always had a 💥 blast when Spider visited. He is missed.

Crazy fireworks pic from Cobra Facebook page.

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Reminds me of the Atlas show that blew off the trailer outside of the Galleria mall. It’s a good thing that it didn’t blow underneath the overpass. 😳

Which power ranger do you think they summoned?

Ive been working hard in the background with Mum Pyro to help out with the Display Building Class and wanted you all to know. Big thanks to Derrick Miller and Mum Pyrotechnics for taking on this challenge again. Building ALL THE FIREWORKS for a PGI Display and then setting up that display at PGI is an amazing thing to be a part of! Also, big thanks to Matt Schoen and Nemo Boss for loaning the Firing System and helping with the class. Also, thanks to Harley Johnson, Kevin White, Carlos Bazemore, Nick Sainz, USG Pyrotechnics and the others helping put this on! This is the kind of thing that people remember. TEXAS!!!

I've been working hard in the background with Mum Pyro to help out with the Display Building Class and wanted you all to know. Big thanks to Derrick Miller and Mum Pyrotechnics for taking on this challenge again. Building ALL THE FIREWORKS for a PGI Display and then setting up that display at PGI is an amazing thing to be a part of! Also, big thanks to Matt Schoen and Nemo Boss for loaning the Firing System and helping with the class. Also, thanks to Harley Johnson, Kevin White, Carlos Bazemore, Nick Sainz, USG Pyrotechnics and the others helping put this on! This is the kind of thing that people remember. TEXAS!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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I want to personally thank PAT for their support in this. We're busy rolling stars and prepping all of the supplies to put on the class but having the support of another dedicated group of pyros from another state really makes a difference. We're hoping to make this an annual event at PGI for years to come. Knowing that Mum Pyrotechnics can rely on the skills and resources of another big group really helps push us in the direction we want to go.

Terrific! Looking forward to your display.

I'll drop a thank you in here as well. From me personally and as the seminar chair. The idea of a member-built display and class speaks to the core of what the PGI attempts to do.

When is this happening again?

TEXAS! I'm bringing back the red glare rockets this year for the anthem. It's going to be a cool effect.

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So, in 2018 I built my first 6# rockets with the help of Ross Dusenbury and Chris & Matt Roth. The most impressive rocket carrying a 15lbs Salute. Last Saturday, Chris & Matt finally tested one of these big rockets on the Acme Test Stand. After modeling the results, they were able to estimate that this rocket lifted the salute 275 ft.

Here is a link to a video of this rocket! Do you think it hit 275ft???
https://youtube.com/shorts/DPOnB4m8rms?feature=share

So, in 2018 I built my first 6# rockets with the help of Ross Dusenbury and Chris & Matt Roth. The most impressive rocket carrying a 15lbs Salute. Last Saturday, Chris & Matt finally tested one of these big rockets on the Acme Test Stand. After modeling the results, they were able to estimate that this rocket lifted the salute 275 ft.

Here is a link to a video of this rocket! Do you think it hit 275ft???
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Hell yes.

Good lord

302' 🙂

Wicked good

Brainstorming for Fall PyroFest.

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I started back in 1996 with a 12 ton A-Frame press from Harbor Freight. The small pump stroke sucked pressing anything taller than 4-5 inches. Even adding an air over hydraulic pump only marginally helped as then you needed an air compressor (heavy) and it burned through the CFMs (loud). A 2 ton arbor press would probably work for these small inserts but even then you are looking at something that weighs 85 lbs. Hammer time!

Whistles rockets to timed reports + bottom shot

I am testing a 1lb sali whistle rocket with a 4inch header with 5 whistle to crackle with bottom crackle

Willow, crossettes, Hummers, whistle inserts to salutes to a bottom shot. Oh you said no salutes 😂

A bunch of jumping jacks or ground blooms

Lunch delivery?

brocade to gold crown. with red willow with screams

for several of us it was very interesting, the rocket press very impressive but for the simple pyro person maybe what we would use as in a arbor press like on the double voice crackers which was very very cool simple and a great effect

did like the black powder test, being that rolled rice hulls gave the best performance. Would like to see more of comparison between lift powder and burst charge. Maybe making BP with willow and 2 other woods for charcoal for comparison as well, and inserts for shells besides starts go getters or dragon eggs, did like that one effect in the show white sparks from what I would call a Sentinel from the Matrix the machine with the tail searching out as it came down it was randominly wiggling back and forth as if it was alive, that would be very cool to make depending on the metal powder that was used

or a rocket press using a harbor type 10 ton press and what modifications and what type of pressures to use

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More spring housecleaning turned up these pictures in an old file folder. 
In 2002 I made an 8 foot diameter fireworks effect for an event held by the Texas fireworks club - two counter rotating wheels surrounding the logo of the ranch which was hosting the event. The wheels rotated on the same axle in opposite directions spraying sparks from tubes mounted around the perimeter. The first tube burned with a reddish color from charcoal, when that tube was done it lit the next tube which burned titanium white.
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More spring housecleaning turned up these pictures in an old file folder.
In 2002 I made an 8 foot diameter fireworks effect for an event held by the Texas fireworks club - two counter rotating wheels surrounding the logo of the ranch which was hosting the event. The wheels rotated on the same axle in opposite directions spraying sparks from tubes mounted around the perimeter. The first tube burned with a reddish color from charcoal, when that tube was done it lit the next tube which burned titanium white.
I miss those days!
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Updates on PyroFest Planning...Still looking at property options would love to be around Waco, but we are very lucky to have the option of Jed Allsups paintball property as a northern option that would likely hold our event well. Thank you for your generosity. 

We are also still looking for a 1.4 display option as well, if your interested please reach out.

Thanks,
Nick Sainz

Updates on PyroFest Planning...Still looking at property options would love to be around Waco, but we are very lucky to have the option of Jed Allsup's paintball property as a northern option that would likely hold our event well. Thank you for your generosity.

We are also still looking for a 1.4 display option as well, if your interested please reach out.

Thanks,
Nick Sainz
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We have some promising leads down here near Houston, but nothing is firm yet, so...

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Expect to see more posts from members on the PAT page. I want to see more of what your doing in pyro. If you want to post jobs or where to find supplies, the Talk Forum is what that is for. Thanks, Nick talk.fireants.org/

Hey PAT members,

After the great success of Spring PyroFest, we found out that the Ranch we used last year for Fall Pyrofest has sold and is no longer an option for the group. So we are looking for new properties if you know anyone that can help. 

Here are the criteria we would like the site to have, but we will be flexible as needed.
* Size: 2300ft x 2300ft area for the display (this is minimum fallout for a 16” shell)
* Structures: A barn or other structure we can use for manufacturing and shade for members
* Location: South of DFW preferably between Houston and Austin.
* A land owner that loves Fireworks!

Hey PAT members,

After the great success of Spring PyroFest, we found out that the Ranch we used last year for Fall Pyrofest has sold and is no longer an option for the group. So we are looking for new properties if you know anyone that can help.

Here are the criteria we would like the site to have, but we will be flexible as needed.
* Size: 2300ft x 2300ft area for the display (this is minimum fallout for a 16” shell)
* Structures: A barn or other structure we can use for manufacturing and shade for members
* Location: South of DFW preferably between Houston and Austin.
* A land owner that loves Fireworks!
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Cousins Paintball Dallas has 275 acres in SE of DFW and would be very interested in hosting

Here is a map showing the spread of our membership, to help explain why we would like to be south of DFW.

I think Jed’s place would be amazing. If you need another option, I have 100 acres in Long Branch Texas just south of Henderson in East Texas.

I will start asking around. I may know a spot.

Ashley Slocum it’s not going to be in the same place.

Palacio Fireworks & Pyrotechnics we can also wholesale fireworks for anyone interested we have a huge staging area for everyone and 12 acres for a display

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Great show, great video, great drone shots

Great show Grant!!!

So fun!!!

#goals

James Bud Thornton

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If you have any PyroFest pictures or videos please share them with the club! Here is a link to our club dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/request/MS5AIcTAPFcNx83ajjyZ

If you have any PyroFest pictures or videos please share them with the club! Here is a link to our club dropbox: www.dropbox.com/request/MS5AIcTAPFcNx83ajjyZ ... See MoreSee Less

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Tangentially relevant request, if I may hijack this post a bit... I have not been able to find any good footage of the fuel mine "puke" at the end of the Toxic display 😅 hoping to release the edited show video in the next day or so, if anyone got a good shot of it that you'd be willing to share, let me know!

Ted Lundy

Nick give the CMFR guys a fun tour of PyroFest. Hope we can team up next year to bring the public back to PyroFest!

Nick give the CMFR guys a fun tour of PyroFest. Hope we can team up next year to bring the public back to PyroFest!In case you were wondering what all the loud explosions were, CMFR was fortunate to get a tour at Nelson's fireworks where they are doing Pyrofest. An event to properly train on the proper ways to not only build fireworks, but also the proper way to put on a show! Pictured is a 16 inch artillery shell which weighs about 60+ pounds! ... See MoreSee Less

We had a successful Pyrofest this weekend! I’ve got a lot of thanks to give out, please don’t feel neglected if I fail to mention you specifically.

First off, I thank all the attending Members, both old & new, for attending and being patient & supportive of our PAT Club. Without you, the Club doesn’t exist.

Please all of us reach out to Nick Sainz, Club President, and thank him all his efforts over the last 6 years, growing the club with creative Facebook posts, answering thousands of questions via voice & email. Setting up these Events and running the Club is incredibly time intensive. Nick, deep thanks!

Please deeply thank our property hosts, Rex & Alex Nelson, and Nelson’s Fireworks General Manager Robin Eaton. They and their team spent weeks preparing the site for Pyrofest, making room for us in their store & warehouse, cutting & trimming grass, assuring the site was awesomely ready for our visit.

Also let’s thank Ken Purcell, Club webmaster, treasurer, and purchaser/slicer of lunch meats/cheese & puller of pork butts.) Without Ken & Ms. White’s potato salad, you don’t get fed at Pyrofest. Nick and Harley spent some serious time at a smoker cooking the pork butts for Saturday’s dinner service.

Please thank Betty Sainz, & all the Ms White’s, for running registration for 2 solid days, checking lists, running CC’s, printing ID’s, etc. This is tedious work, they handled it with friendly elan. Thank you!

Huge thanks to Carl Standridge & Steve Vaughan from Big Boom Pyro for pulling the Display Permits and bringing the Big Guns!

Special spreadsheet thanks to Chris Stasey for organizing and ordering the PAT Group Buy from Spirit of 76. 22-pallets of pyro just don't appear & get divided up without some detailed effort. Also thanks to Tim Thurber & Kendra Scott of Spirit of 76 for attending Pyrofest in-person, answering questions, taking orders, & handing out serious quantities of swag.)

Special shoutout to John White, Master Builder, he taught 21 students how to each build their own 4” shell, WASP'ed them, and then shot them electronically with the students in the field on Saturday night! John went on to showcase his own large shells, 6”-16”, so impressive!

Speaking of Builders, PGI Master Builder Chris Roth, and PGI trophy winner & son Matt Roth, brought a very cool collection of rockets, shells, and girandolas for Friday night’s entertainment. Thank you and best of luck Chris, we all hope you achieve PGI Grand Master status!

Just too many Builders in PAT to single out, but Harley Johnson tirelessly taught young and old how to press & make rockets all weekend. Brent Black held an impressive star building class and answered chemical questions all weekend. Special thanks to all the Builders and their willingness to teach!

Please offer thanks to Gary & Johnnie Kovar & Mike Strang of GWPyro, they brought the huge gas mines & smoke rings. And they lent us gear & product to help us fill in the gaps. Gary & his team also prepped & executed 12 example effects for the PAT Safety Class, reinforcing our Club's Safety First focus.

Scott Chapman of Proud Pie, www.proudpie.com/ , brought a great 1.4G Display for Saturday night, so artistic and precise. But he also donated about 30 pies from his Houston Pie shop for desert on Saturday night, HUGE! Scott, please attend every future Pyrofest…Seriously thank you & your crew for performing your display.

Grant Cox was the designer and choreographer of the Big Display for Saturday night. Masterful artistry and execution! This type of display requires long hours doing product selection and choreography. Thanks Grant! Also, my personal thanks to the display team who setup the display, it was a complex multi-effect & angled presentation requiring technical precision and you pulled it off! Thank you, Team!

Behind the scenes, my sincere thanks to Zach, Corey, Gary, and Scott’s crew for being the Fire Suppression Team on Saturday night. It’s not a flashy job, just very important.

Lastly, my thanks to Zoz for traveling all the way from Australia to attend Pyrofest, even with many handoffs! And thanks to my friend OG Matt for traveling all the way from NYC, Street Pyro indeed.

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Thanks to everyone that made this event happen! It was my first one to attend. Everyone was very welcoming!

Really great displays gentlemen! We had a blast.

It was a lovely show Saturday night and great to see some sweet, familiar faces again!

Same time next weekend? That way I can actually go????😂😂 Sounds like I missed another good one!!

We had a blast. 😎

I want to say Thank You to the Club and all the PAT members for allowing me to teach rocket classes. For all the Ants and the Lil' Ants 🐜 out the there Thank You. I hope I helped you learn something new. I want to say big Thank You to EL Prez Nick Sainz, for all your hard work we couldn't have done it without you Sir. Thank you to all the builders for also teaching your skills and passing it on. Thank you JJ, The GW, and NY Matt for your safety classes and maintaining the salute line. Thank You to the Nelson and the Eaton families for all the hard work preparing and hosting this event. Shout out to USG and all the other Pyro Clubs that join PAT and share their knowledge and help with the shows. Thank You 76 Pro Line for showing up and participating with us. Thank You to the event coordinators for all their hard work, Grant, keep doing what you're doing it's good stuffs. And again Thank You to all the Fire Ants out there, all of y'all are the reason we do what we do. We do it for you. PAT! TEXAS! FIRE ANTS!

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You can tell, these are skilled non-flinching professionals!

Wish I was there!!!!

That warmed me up

Austin Adams

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No cows were hurt in the making of this epic world premiere video

Thursday Afterglow!

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My watch says otherwise. 🤔

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That is awsome do you need me to bring anything to help

How late are ya'll going to be there tonight?

Woo hoo!!!

Omg

Wow. that is awesome.

Where is that pyroslut

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Rex & crew have worked hard cleaning up the store & mowing/clearing the field!Image attachment

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I’m up here in the area but not sure where to go

That where we need to go??

Loaded up for PyroFest with Harley and NY Matt

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OG Matt in Texas! You know you want to stay, just say it! See you soon!

See y’all Friday!!

See y'all in about 4-5 hours

Oh snap Matt in the house!

It’s Go Time!

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Time to get charged up!

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yep im loading up my truck now, be heading up 35 early tomarrow morning anyone needs a ride let me know, was going to bring a trailer and atv but fuel prices putting that idea as a no go

Today I pulled some Unobtanium for Grant Cox's "Epic Toxic Rev9" Display!

A teaser, but come find Grant at Pyrofest to learn how to setup & build a fantastic pyromusical with 1.4G & 1.3G. He's put a ton of work into it already. Deep thanks Grant!

Finale Simulation:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHWjjYD05Dg

7-PyroLama Front, 41-Cobra 18M's
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Can't thank you enough JJ for pulling this in all the heat and humidity!!!

Incredible!

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She’s got fire in her eyes! 😻

And she is cute too!

Scott wins the cute pyro award!

It is right around the corner!
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It is right around the corner!
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What time will it start?

Can’t wait!!!

More prep for PyroFest!

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Folding and sorting shirts for PyroFest. The black and grey are back!

Folding and sorting shirts for PyroFest. The black and grey are back! ... See MoreSee Less

These are not locked in stone, but here is a tentative schedule for Sunday.

These are not locked in stone, but here is a tentative schedule for Sunday. ... See MoreSee Less

These are not locked in stone, but here is a tentative schedule for Saturday.

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These are not locked in stone, but here is a tentative schedule for Friday.

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What time will the show start?

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Need clean screws for making vitamin f

Dude, I so appreciate you doing that! Nothing like arms black up to your elbows. 🙂

If you need sign offs for licensing, make sure to help work on the displays at PyroFest. You will have the opportunity to get 2 sign offs at the event. You will have to work with JJ (Nemo Boss), Grant J Cox , and Scott R Chapman to get your sign offs.

If you need sign offs for licensing, make sure to help work on the displays at PyroFest. You will have the opportunity to get 2 sign offs at the event. You will have to work with JJ (Nemo Boss), Grant J Cox , and Scott R Chapman to get your sign offs. ... See MoreSee Less

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Make sure not to miss this Saturday, Learn how to test BP power. Also, you guys already making BP, bring some to test and we will see who makes the best!

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Make sure not to miss this Saturday, Learn how to test BP power. Also, you guys already making BP, bring some to test and we will see who makes the best!

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Sweet! I did some baseball BP tests at the last pyrofest I went to. Brent Black and I never found the baseballs haha

Brent will teach how to make Stars that are ready to use in under 1 HOUR! This is a must see class. Plus, you will learn how to make pro mines with those stars.

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Brent will teach how to make Stars that are ready to use in under 1 HOUR! This is a must see class. Plus, you will learn how to make pro mines with those stars.

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This will be a fun class.

Make sure to Cheer for the Class Shells featured Saturday night!

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Make sure to Cheer for the Class Shells featured Saturday night!

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Ice Cream Man!!!

I can't wait

After seeing Derrick Wilbanks tool setup, I had to show the Packout Setup, I put together with my Sister's help over Christmas. #toolboxporn
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Packouts!

Nick this is pure sexy. I love it

No press?

Nick Sainz for those of us not so mechanically sophisticated, butinterested, could you share what each one is?

Lots of PAT Members will be attending this PGI Convention!
Just look for the Texas flags!
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We will be there!!

JJ is back and Ready to teach Licensing and Safety! Make sure you dont miss him at PyroFest.

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JJ is back and Ready to teach Licensing and Safety! Make sure you don't miss him at PyroFest.

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This is a must see for Friday Night. We have to pick a winner for the Father and Son Dueling Girandolas. Are you team Screaming Demon or Demon Slayer???

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This is a must see for Friday Night. We have to pick a winner for the Father and Son Dueling Girandolas. Are you team "Screaming Demon" or "Demon Slayer"???

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Team Switzerland😂

👀👀👀 can't wait

Our Rocket Teacher Harley is back for Spring PyroFest, Join him in the Press Rocket Class.

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Our Rocket Teacher Harley is back for Spring PyroFest, Join him in the Press Rocket Class.

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any idea, what time this will be?

Shout out to Grant for tackling the 1.3 display for Saturday night. I cant wait to sing along to the 90s pop hits!!!

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Shout out to Grant for tackling the 1.3 display for Saturday night. I can't wait to sing along to the 90s pop hits!!!

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Rocket rack.

I need a 50 caliber on a tripod with lots of tracer ammo.

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2 annual memberships and 2 event fees paid for Elvira and I. Ready for the booms!

Looking so forward to it! Edric can’t wait to build!! He has a pyrography class on one of the days (Fri or Sat). But I’ll bring him out Thurs too. Count 3 for food, I’ll get you paid!!

Is it too late to buy tickets?

well I did it I booked a cabin but I might come up early on thursday and find a spot to crash that night

im going to try to make it this year, think coming up from deep south texas,

so any others looking for a ride on the way going up 37 to 35 let me know well in advance, I due have a super stinger from ctpyro but its been years sense I have used it and not sure if the laptop that ran it is the same hasnt been turned on in years as well so should I bring it yeah neah?

Hi Friend

any camping on site or strickly hotel can ya bring a ATV??

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The John W Shell Building Class is back for Spring PyroFest with twice as many seats. Make sure you show up early to build a shell!

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The John W Shell Building Class is back for Spring PyroFest with twice as many seats. Make sure you show up early to build a shell!

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I'll bring Ice Cream!!!

I will be there super early can't wait to learn

Can't wait for this one

Do we need to sign up for the class or any other classes or do we just show up?

Is this beginner friendly? Or should we already have some pyrotechnic building experience? I’d like to come, but I don’t want to be a nuisance.

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Shout out to Scott for putting the 1.4 Display together for Saturday Night at PyroFest!

Link to Event if your interested in attending:
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Shout out to Scott for putting the 1.4 Display together for Saturday Night at PyroFest!

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We all like PIE!

He'll yea

Make sure to join us at Pyrofest for the Dual Voice Cracker Class with Derrick!

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Make sure to join us at Pyrofest for the Dual Voice Cracker Class with Derrick!

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I'm so ready to finally figure these out!

Can't wait