Denver, a capital city of the U.S. state of Colorado is all ready to celebrate the 17-year-old tradition in Downtown Denver on the New Year Eve. As the New Year is about to begin, Coloradans are desperate to see the fireworks on the New Year’s Eve that will light the downtown skyline.
According to the reports, more than 6,500 fireworks will light up the downtown skyline and all the Coloradans will gather in Downtown Denver to watch the whole mesmerizing scenes. Every year, New Year is celebrated in Denver with a 17-year-old tradition where the fireworks are launched from the buildings to welcome the New Year.
Two different buildings are selected to launch the fireworks on the New Year’s Eve. One is the Sheraton Hotel and the name of the second building is not disclosed yet.
On Friday, crews with Western Enterprises set up the fireworks to provide great entertainment to the crowd on Monday evening and to make the festival memorable for all.
There will be four firework shows altogether. Two shows will be conducted from one building and two from the other one.
One show will be held at 9 pm and the other one in the middle of the night.
Along with these firework shows, the Coloradans can also celebrate the festival with a Noon Year’s Eve at Children’s Museum of Denver.