From The Greeneville Neighbor News
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The nation’s biggest Labor Day fireworks show will cap “Boomsday” on Sept. 1.
“Boomsday” will return to the Tennessee River for another year of thrilling effects and thunderous sounds of celebration.
The show will illuminate the sky over Knoxville with a 22-minute jaw dropping spectacle.
The 26th annual Boomsday Festival is set for Sunday, Sept. 1, 1 to 10 p.m. on Neyland Drive in downtown Knoxville.
Fireworks will begin at approximately 9:30 p.m. and create a rumble to remember, featuring more than 20,000 shells in a display horeographed to an original soundtrack produced by Star 102.1 FM.
Kim Bumpas, president of Visit Knoxville, said, “Boomsday has evolved into Knoxville’s signature event, bringing more than 400,000 visitors to Knoxville’s riverfront for a day of fun and excitement.”
This year Festival Activities include a family fun zone with games and inflatables, live entertainment, food and other attractions.
Labor Day revelers can enjoy the show from the comforts of home via WBIR-TV10’s broadcast of Boomsday fireworks.