Now on its 10th edition, the Philippine International Pyromusical Competition will be moving from its usual venue, the SM Mall of Asia, to SM Clark in Angeles City, Pampanga in a bid to support the ongoing Manila Bay rehabilitation.
Through its Facebook page, SM Supermalls has released a statement regarding the change in venue. The post read,
“In full support of the ongoing Manila Bay Rehabilitation Program of the DENR (Department of Environment and Natural Resources), SM Supermalls will move the 10th PIPC from SM Mall of Asia to SM Clark.”
Similar to previous editions, the much-awaited pyrotechnics will feature firework displays from two countries every weekend.
The shows are scheduled every Saturday, from February 23 to March 30, 2019.
As expected, the Philippine team will inaugurate and end the six-week competition.
|10th Pyromusical Competition Schedule|
|February 23||Philippines: Platinum Fireworks, Inc. (Opening Exhibition)||8:00 PM|
|February 23||Belgium: CBF Pyrotechnics||9:00 PM|
|March 2||Portugal: Pirotecnia Minhota||8:00 PM|
|March 2||Germany: CBF Pyrotechnics||9:00 PM|
|March 9||France: Brezac Artifices||8:00 PM|
|March 9||Finland: Oy Pyroman||9:00 PM|
|March 16||Italy: Viviano S. R. L.||8:00 PM|
|March 16||United Kingdom: Pyrotex Fireworks LTD.||9:00 PM|
|March 23||Canada: Fireworks Spectaculars||8:00 PM|
|March 23||China: Polaris Fireworks||9:00 PM|
|March 30||Poland: Surex Firma Rodzinna||8:00 PM|
|March 30||Philippines: Platinum Fireworks, Inc. (Closing Exhibition)||9:00 PM|
The United Kingdom has won the contest six times, while Canada has two victories under its belt.
Show tickets range from P120 to P2,000 and can be bought via SM Cinema and SM Tickets booths. Visit the Philippine International Pyromusical Competition website for more details.
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