PULILAN Fireworks Competition 2019!


Five of Luzon’s best in pyrotechnic dazzled Bulacan with a breathtaking fireworks exhibition during SM Center Pulilan’s Fireworks Competition, the biggest pyromusical tilt in the province.


Held recently at the mall’s open car park, the event draws over 15,000 onlookers as the mall transformed the skyline into an outdoor audiovisual feast.




Following the success of the previous year’s Fireworks display dubbed as “Pulilan Fireworks Spectacle”, showcasing Bulacan’s most renowned pyrotechnic artists, Pulilan Fireworks Competition goes big as it featured top-notch compositions hailing from different provinces in Luzon including Batangas, Ilocos, Laguna, Pampanga, and Isabela.




“We continue to celebrate the province as the pyrotechnic capital of the country, and with this, we are happy to welcome other provinces of Luzon as they showcase their unique entries” shares SM Center Pulilan Assistant Mall Manager Apple G. De Leon. “We hope to delight shoppers as SM Center Pulilan offers the best vantage point to view the fireworks” Ms. De Leon added.

Competing teams from 5 different provinces in Luzon showed their artistry and skills with their 5-10 minute entries as they battled for “sky supremacy”. Crowd were mesmerized with the grandest, breathtaking display of sky colors harmonized with electrifying and rhythmical music.





Pyro display from Pampanga reigned supreme, while Ilocos placed as 1st runner up and Isabela at 2nd runner up, respectively.

Pulilan Fireworks Competition is one of the many exciting activities in celebration of Pulilan’s Kneeling Carabao Festival. Apart from fireworks competition, SM Center Pulilan recently opened the 8th Mandala Art Festival 2019 at the mall atrium where artistic skills and traditions of Central Luzon were celebrated.


Mall goers had the rare glimpse of the artworks of the Top Visual Artists of Central Luzon. With a theme “Ang Ating Sining sa Nagbabagong Panahon”, students and art enthusiasts had the opportunity to discover Philippines’ vibrant art scene as top artists talk about art appreciation and environment-friendly art practice. Invited guest speakers were Filipino Multi-Media Artist Toym Imao for the artist’s talk, Dr. Gerard Lico for Heritage Conservation as Green Practice, and Benneth Santos for Climate Change and Its Impact on Agriculture.

The 8th Mandala Art Festival 2019 is ongoing until May 25 at SM Center Pulilan.

JL Santiago Aquino

A millennial lifestyle blogger from Caloocan City who adores trying new things. ✨ “Make jokes. No stress. Love. Live life. Proceed. Progress!”

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