DALLAS -- 2018 came in with a bang in downtown Dallas Sunday night in the form of an eight-minute fireworks show on the historic Reunion Tower.
The massive pyrotechnics extravaganza took months of planning and numerous days to install. Approximately 15,000 pounds of fireworks were placed around the tower, which sits 600 feet above the Dallas skyline.
Melrose Pyrotechnics from Chicago estimates it took about four hours of manpower for every second of the show.
The fireworks show was 360 degrees, shooting off around the tower, and also featured a panoramic light show visible for miles away.
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