American Country Music Awards

When Nashville takes Las Vegas:  the 52nd American Country Music Awards, televised live on April 2nd from the T-Mobile Arena, featured incredible performances by country music’s finest.  Pyrotek is proud to have been part of this spectacular production. Hosted once again by Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan, this year’s show featured the duo paired with Joe Walsh for a rollicking Johnny B. Goode in memory of the late Chuck Berry. The opening artist medley featured a variety of pyro effects, including mines, comets and mortar hits. Jason Aldean’s Lights Come On featured low fog and silver and gold mines for a blockbuster performance.  Petal confetti in a variety of colors set the mood for Little Big Town’s Happy People. Florida Georgia Line and the Backstreet Boys rocked the house with God, Your Mama & Me and during the iconic Everybody [Backstreet’s Back] red mines, comets and airbursts energized the incredible performance and choreography that had the entire audience on their feet.  Blasts of blue and white confetti added to the celebration. Realizing the creative vision of such a diverse group of artists as well is no small feat but we are thrilled to have worked side by side with the show’s incredible production team to meet this challenge.
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