Jay’s love for pyromania started a long before he started buying fireworks for the 4th of July in the year 2014. Tell me if I’m wrong but it seems every guy I know that’s from Hawaii LOVES fireworks. So growing up there his whole life and making memories with his dad and his 2 brothers who loves fireworks just as much as he does and and setting them off every year for the 4th and for new year’s, a true pyromaniac was born.
So shall we take a memory lane of Jay’s collection of fireworks since 2014?
This is the year the fire truck even came to check up on us.
And the performer was right at the punch line of telling a joke when our fireworks went off and he totally lost his line! So crazy.
This year the Stadium of Fire hired a guy to come watch us for the whole 4 hours we were lighting up, to make sure nothing we had was illegal!
He walked back and forth the whole time and said, “See you next year!” Haha, I don’t think the Stadium of Fire likes us since we distract them from their show!
HOLD UP. Do you notice a pattern here? Look at the 2014 photo. That’s the amount of fireworks a normal person would get for the 4th. But then keep scrolling and gradually, his pile gets larger and larger!!! Take a deep breathe, Sarah, just breathe. My husband is crazy.
“We will do one more and then do a finale.” Jay said to me right before starting this round. “Wait, what? THIS is not a finale?” I said. Jay’s fireworks even made it on the news because Ryan Tedder from One Republic kept making comments about it.
“Frontman Ryan Tedder repeatedly commented on the spontaneous fireworks seen outside the sold-out LaVell Edwards Stadium on Wednesday night, saying Provo has the most fireworks he has ever seen on the Fourth of July in any city.
“Utah’s been … hands down one of my favorite places on Earth to visit. … You’ve got mountains, you have permanent fireworks apparently happening at all times,” Tedder told the crowd. “Whoever’s spending half a million dollars on the fireworks for us personally, thank you.”
You can read the full article here.
And the Stadium of Fire hired a guy to come monitor us for 4 hours to make sure the fireworks we were shooting were not illegal. Then he said as he left, ‘See you next year!”