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September 25, 2012

Fireworks Friday at the World Chicken Festival

Sponsored by Wildcat Harley

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — Wildcat Harley-Davidson and The World Chicken Festival are proud to announce “Light Up The Night In London,” an exciting new event, presented by Wildcat Harley-Davidson.

On Friday, Sept. 28 at 10 p.m., the night skies will light up over downtown London and the World Chicken Festival as more than 5,000 firework shells burst into the night with the most elaborate firework show London has ever seen. This 20-minute show will be choreographed to music and will be broadcasted on Oldies 96.7 and relayed to all the stages and the public address system throughout the World Chicken Festival area in downtown London.  

Starting at 5 p.m., the big boom will sound every hour to remind everyone of the show that night.

Pyro Shows out of Lafollette, Tenn., has been contracted to produce this show. They also produce the Fourth of July Celebration put on by the National Park Service in Washington, DC.

The World Chicken Festival and Wildcat Harley-Davidson are pleased to announce this new tradition to the festival, and look forward to seeing everyone at the festival.

For more information about Wildcat Harley-Davidson, call (606)862-5656 or (865) 977-1669.  Also, visit www.wildcatharley.com,  or follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Wildcatharley.  

For more information about The World Chicken Festival, contact Kim Collier at (606)-878-6900.

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