New Years Eve 2023 is rapidly approaching. The Fireworks new years eve 2023 displays are a perfect start to the new year. To ring in the new year, make sure you have all of your fireworks essentials to start the new year with a bang!
Fireworks Outlet OKC isn’t some pop-up shop or tent you’d see on the side of the road. Instead, we’re an actual store in a building that makes shopping in the winter months a comfortable, warm experience.
At Fireworks Outlet OKC, you’ll have access to a wide selection of our fireworks display of New Year’s Eve fireworks staples.
Today, we’ll walk you through why you need fireworks for December 31 and how you can have the best New Year’s 2023 midnight fireworks show possible.
Why have fireworks for New Years?
Fireworks have been a long-held tradition for celebrating the new year. In China, the Chinese use fireworks to ward off evil spirits and bring good luck into the new year during Chinese New Year festivities.
Here in the U.S., we use fireworks as a symbol of celebration. The colors and sounds of fireworks are awe-inspiring and end the year and start the new year on a high note.
To celebrate the right way, get some OKC fireworks 2023 and wow your guests.
Fireworks Outlet OKC fireworks will give your party the pop it needs to leave a lasting impression.
A great and inexpensive way to add flair to your New Year’s Eve party is with fireworks. Get some Fireworks new years eve 2023 today from Fireworks Outlet OKC!
Which fireworks are New Year’s Eve staples?
Here are some classic fireworks you can use for your New Year’s Eve 2023 fireworks show.
Snappers are small firecrackers that you throw on the ground to pop. There’s no lighting required. There are versions safe for children and others recommended for adults.
Smoke balls, the kinds that don’t require you to light them, are great for kids and come in many shapes and colors.
Sparklers are always customers’ favorite for the Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve. These are great for kids to run around with and make for some great photos!
Rockets are a more traditional form of fireworks. You light them at the base, step back to a safe distance, and watch them shoot off into the sky. Rockets are great, but we recommend that only adults light them.
Roman candles are sticks that can hold several mini-rockets that shoot out the end. These are fun and safe with adult supervision.
Despite what popular social media videos suggest, DO NOT point these in the direction of others.
Finale Cakes are for the best part of the night. You’ll need a finale cake to start the new year with a bang when the ball drops. These are great for commercial use, as well.
Finale cakes are large bundles of multiple fireworks that sit on the ground and launch into the air. Put on some music and watch them go!
These can hold anywhere from six to over 300 shots! These will make you feel like you’re in Times Square! Finally, end your night the right way with a finale cake.
Can you use fireworks left from Fourth of July?
Yes! But you must follow a few of the following key steps. Then, supplement your stash with new ones for New Year’s!
Identify a suitable location to store your fireworks.
- We recommend that fireworks are stored in a cool, low-humidity environment to last. Water and moisture ruin fireworks. Also, ensure they are in a place where accidental ignitions won’t occur.
Secure your storage location
- Keep the fireworks locked away to prevent children or animals from getting in and damaging the fireworks or, worse, accidentally lighting them.
What fireworks & New Years mean & how they overlap.
Fireworks are for celebrating. And New Year’s is the biggest celebration of the year! New Year’s and fireworks go hand-in-hand. You can’t have one without the other!
Where can I get fireworks near me for New Year’s?
Come get your New Year’s fireworks at Fireworks Outlet OKC, located at 6101 S Eastern Ave, Oklahoma City, OK.
We’re currently open by appointment, which you can make over the phone or via email.
Leading up to New Year's, we'll have regular business hours.
Dec 26th : 10am – 10pm
Dec 27th : 10am – 10pm
Dec 28th : 10am – 10pm
Dec 29th : 10am – 10pm
Dec 30th : 10am – 10pm
Dec 31st : 10am – 12am