No, however, fireworks could be postponed due to any conditions that organizers feel may jeopardize public safety. The alternate postponement date is the day after regularly scheduled performances – this is one of the reasons why the festival shows are programmed every second night.

High wind and electrical storms are the biggest concerns. The GlobalFest fireworks crew receive up-to-the-minute radar reports to monitor wind speed and direction, weather fronts and any chance of lightning strike.  

Rain does not interfere with the fireworks shells at all – in fact, water droplets reflect the light and make the display appear brighter and even more spectacular.

GlobalFest is an outdoor festival experience – pack your sunglass, a poncho, and a warm jacket to be ready for all weather conditions.