Do you love the Fourth of July?? Want to celebrate our nation’s birthday in the most spectacular way?? Do you love fireworks and always wanted to work with the big stuff? Guess what?! We’re seeking crew to assist in the production of a major fireworks show on the Fourth of July.
This is a truly unique experience and a lot of fun!. This show is for the City of Lake Elsinore and is the largest show in the Inland Empire. You will be working hands-on with professional pyrotechnics effects and equipment. You’ll watch the show right from a couple of hundred feet away! It’s a lot of work, but truly a rewarding and enjoyable experience.
July 3rd & 4th, 2018. The start time is 7:00 AM PT both days. The end time is dependent on when the show is shot and when we finish cleaning up. You should not expect to leave before 7PM on July 3rd and no earlier than 12AM on July 4th. There are several breaks and rest periods throughout the day.
City of Lake Elsinore, California
For July 4th, we are shooting on the Lake Elsinore Levee. The levee is located about 2 miles behind their minor league baseball stadium. The coordinates of the firing site are 33.651268, -117.334952. Check out https://goo.gl/zrqpEl to see a map of the firing location.
A detailed map, driving directions, and parking permit will be provided in advance of the show.
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We will be hosting a friends and family BBQ and private viewing for the show. The potluck will start at 4 PM and will end at 7:30 PM PT. Please ask your friends and family that will be attending to bring a tasty treat of their choosing. We will have a BBQ that they can use if they would like to grill up something. For the safety of everybody, please ask them to leave their alcoholic beverages at home. They will watch the show from our base camp, about 1500 feet from the action. It should be the best view in town! More information forthcoming.
Additionally, your guests will be held to the same standards as the working crew. You are responsible for their actions before, during and after the show. By attending, your guests agree to the same conditions as the working crew.
Lastly, your guests are welcome to stay afterward and help with the show clean up. Any additional help would be greatly appreciated!
If you want to avoid the commute, you’re welcome to stay on-site. We have plenty of room for camping or RVs. There will be large a 20x20x8 shade structure which you can put your tent under. A solar shower, camp kitchen, power, and bathroom facilities will be provided on site for everybody to use. It should be a lot of fun! Please join us!
Additionally, there are a number of hotel options around the firing site.
By accepting a position on this crew you acknowledge and fully understand that as a crew member you are a volunteer. You will be engaging in activities that involve risk of serious injury, including permanent disability and death, property loss and severe social and economic losses. These risks include, but are not limited to, those caused by: (a) the actions, inactions or negligence of the event, participants, volunteers, spectators, event officials and organizers; (b) conditions of the premises or equipment used; (c) rules and regulations regarding the activities; (d) temperature; (e) weather; (f) condition of participants; and, (g) vehicular traffic. You further acknowledge and fully understand that there may also be other risks that are not known or foreseeable at this time. You knowingly and voluntarily assume all risk of property loss, personal injury, serious injury or death, which may occur by working a fireworks show and hereby forever release, discharge and hold all organizing parties harmless from any claim arising from such risk, even if arising from the negligence of Stephen M. Yoss, MantisPRO, Inc., Yossio, Pyro Spectaculars, its officers, directors, employees, contractors, agents or representatives, or by third parties, and you assume full responsibility and liability for your participation.
Please feel free to reach out to Steve Yoss. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org. His phone number is (310) 494-6776