Top 10 Fireworks Videos from 2017

2018 has already proven to be as eventful as 2017 was and we’re not even through January yet! So to take your mind off the hustle and bustle of 2018, let’s entertain ourselves with the fun stuff that went on in 2017. At Firework Crazy, that means checking out the best firework videos of the year.
The following top ten are some of the most viewed fireworks-related videos of 2017. It includes stunning displays and some crazy tests. So hold on to your hats and enjoy the videos!

Fireworks in Liquid Nitrogen

The first video has gotten over 1,500,000 views and it’s no wonder. It’s by the King of Random and it explores what happens if you put fireworks in liquid nitrogen. Needless to say, you shouldn’t try this stuff at home. Luckily, you don’t have to, as you can see the results in this short clip.

Diwali Fireworks Display in India

The second video is a good old fireworks display, which has attracted over 1,000,000 views. It’s from the Diwali celebrations in India. The title suggests it was the best fireworks show in the world and it definitely looks stunning. We can’t wait to see what kind of displays take place this year!

1,000 Fireworks Fired at Once

Now, YouTube is famous for its experimental videos and people get rather crazy ideas when it comes to fireworks. This experiment with 1,000 fireworks has managed to attract over 700,000 views for True or False Experiments. It’s yet another video you shouldn’t try to recreate at home.

Magic Kingdom Fireworks at Disney

Walt Disney World revealed its latest fireworks show last summer and the results are amazing. The Magic Kingdom show has attracted over 500,000 views with this stunning display of fireworks and music. It features amazing fireworks and all of your favourite Disney hits from movies like Lion King and the Little Mermaid.

Wakakusayama Mountain Burning Fireworks in Japan

With over 500,000 views, this fireworks display from Japan is definitely worth watching. The fireworks in the display are genuinely the best fireworks you’ll see and it makes you want to travel to Japan for the show in 2018. The mountain burning is an annual event, taking place in mid- to end-January – a worthy festival to consider if you want to experience something new!

Fire Tornado Fireworks

Colin Furze is a popular YouTuber who decided to celebrate his subscriber numbers by building a huge fire tornado. Fireworks are definitely our favourite way of celebrating things too and the results look entertaining! This burning inferno has so far been viewed for over 400,000 times and it’ll probably keep getting views in 2018 too.

4th of July Fireworks at Disney

Disney has managed to create another hugely popular firework video. The US resort celebrated the 4th of July in style – nearly 400,000 people have watched their celebratory firework display so far.

Trump’s Pre-Inauguration Fireworks

Donald Trump was sworn in as the President of the US in January. While the crowd size probably wasn’t quite what the President and his press-secretary kept telling people, the pre-inauguration firework display, nonetheless, has nearly 300,000 views online. It’s quite a stunning display of fireworks as well!

Fireworks War

Captain Chromosome Productions has been organising a fireworks war for a few times. Last year, the winter war attracted over 250,000 views. It’s an insane clip of using fireworks as your ‘weapon’. Definitely one of those “Do not try at home” videos!

How Macy’s 4th of July fireworks were set up

Finally, there’s an interesting video on how one of the year’s biggest fireworks shows was set up. Macy’s holds the popular 4th of July parade and fireworks display each year and Tech Insider went in to see how it all happens. The video has over 150,000 views and it’s a nice way to understand what goes on behind the scenes.

2017 provided us with plenty of great displays and crazy firework experiments. We can’t wait to see a lot more cool – and safe! – fireworks videos this year!

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