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Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party 2019

HoldenC

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The MK just did a full blown test run of a new fireworks show. It started at 6am and lasted about 18 minutes, just the length of HEA. Does anyone know if this was for Not-So-Scary-Spectacular? There were some shells I hadn't seen before. If it is the new show, it looks amazing!!
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dreamfinder912

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The MK just did a full blown test run of a new fireworks show. It started at 6am and lasted about 18 minutes, just the length of HEA. Does anyone know if this was for Not-So-Scary-Spectacular? There were some shells I hadn't seen before. If it is the new show, it looks amazing!!
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hoo i'm so glad you posted this. I live north of MK and heard what I THOUGHT was fireworks but then realized "Wait...wait it's 6...oh hell PLEASE tell me that's MK testing the new Halloween show" :hilarious:
 

jrhwdw

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The MK just did a full blown test run of a new fireworks show. It started at 6am and lasted about 18 minutes, just the length of HEA. Does anyone know if this was for Not-So-Scary-Spectacular? There were some shells I hadn't seen before. If it is the new show, it looks amazing!!
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Did you see any perimiters? That would give it away that it's a party show.
 

jpeden

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No
Sometimes. It doesn’t really indicate one way or the other

The perimeters and their technology is pretty static, right? I could see them not spending the money and closing down the road to test something they already know works.

Wouldn’t it just be the main pyro and effects that they’d need to test?
 

trainplane3

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gerarar

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I wonder if all the "complaints" during the late night sessions (around 1am I believe) during the HEA testing forced them to switch towards early morning/dawn hours, in this case around 6am-ish, for the new Halloween fireworks..
 

jrhwdw

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I wonder if all the "complaints" during the late night sessions (around 1am I believe) during the HEA testing forced them to switch towards early morning/dawn hours, in this case around 6am-ish, for the new Halloween fireworks..
Interesting thought, wonder if they'll test EF the same way?
 

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