Pyro Games in Ferropolis
Experience the Pyro Games in the Iron Town in front of an impressive backdrop of monstrous bucket wheel excavators.
There is probably no such spectacular scenery for the Pyro Games as the monstrous paddle wheel excavator from Ferropolis - the city of iron. In front of the monuments of the industrial age, on September 7 th, 2019, Germany's best fireworks shows will compete against each other with a musically staged fireworks show.
The fireworks specially composed for this evening put young and old in amazement. Gold rain decorates the evening sky, flaming flames rise up and fire circles rotate under the stars bed. Live bands, a light and laser show as well as all sorts of treats ensure a completely successful supporting program. At the end of the evening the spectators decide by telephone voting, which Profiteam can take home the highly coveted trophy.
• Inauguration and launch of the supporting program at the Pyro Games show stage with live music and moderation, interviews with pyrotechnicians as well as the drawing-up of the starting numbers for the competition
About 9 pm
• Start of the fireworks contest: Team 1 & 2
• large laser show
• Continuation of the fireworks contest: Team 3 & 4
• live music & Great Victory on stage
Please be aware of weather-related delays or changes in the program sequence.
Standing ticket - 19,98 €
Seat ticket - 29,60 €
Children up to 6 years old - free admission seat
Children up to 12 years - free admission
Family ticket (General admission: 2 adults + max. 2 teenagers 13-17 years) - 59,03 €
Family ticket (Seat tickets: 2 adults + max. 2 teenagers 13-17 years) - 87,90 €
Tickets are available at the Tourist-Information Lutherstadt Wittenberg.
Visit to Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Join the Pyro Games with an excursion to Lutherstadt Wittenberg, 30 km away, and follow the path of the great reformer Martin Luther. In a guided tour of the city, you can visit the most important Lutheran sites, or enjoy a three-course meal in the historic old town.
The UNESCO World Heritage site, the world's largest museum of reformation history, and the surrounding natural and cultural landscape of the Middle Elbe, together with other World Heritage sites, show why Wittenberg is a center of world culture.