The Bang Collective, a newly formed live spectacle collaborative company headed up by Howard & Sons Pyrotechnics, is producing the finale of the Showtime Spectacular at the 2012 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
The Colours of the Outback is a spectacular 15 minute performance of pyrotechnics, impressive flames, amazing visual imaging, dazzling lighting all sychronised to live music by eMDee playing their unique didgeridoo & percussion drums on the main arena stage.
The Colours of the Outback is the largest arena pyromusical performance ever produced in Australia and it’s the first time in Australia that pyrotechnics, flames, projection and lighting have been choreographed to a live band performing on stage.
It’s not just any old band either, the guys from eMDee are as unique as the Australian outback itself. Mark play’s four didgeridoos at a time and Lukas goes absolutely wild on his drum kit, performing their amazing songs as they are totally surrounded by flames and fireworks. The show takes the audience on a wild and explosive ‘Australian Outback’ adventure.
The Colours of the Outback spectacular is performed at 8.45pm in the main arena each evening of the 2012 Sydney Royal Easter Show 5th-18th April. So take the road that leads all the way through the Australian outback and come to enjoy the Colours of the Outback live pyromusical.
(All photos by S
hayne Lewis- a Howard & Sons pyrotechnician)