Symphony: Decision Coming on Conner Prairie Fireworks
The ISO will hold their annual Star Spangled Symphony Concerts next week. (photo courtesy of Conner Prairie)
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra says no decision has been made on their annual fireworks show.
The Town of Fishers has issued a ban on all public fireworks displays which normally would mean no fireworks at the annual Symphony on the Prairie fourth of July concerts at Conner Prairie. However, Tim Northcutt with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra says that's still up in the air. Northcutt says they are working with the Indiana State Fire Marshall's Office and the Fishers Fire Department to determine if the fireworks show can go on as planned.
Northcutt says Friday's rain helped a little but they are hoping for more rain over the weekend. He says a decision on the fireworks will be made Monday morning. The fireworks could be postponed to a later date in the summer but a specific date would depend on the weather conditions in the future.
Northcutt says the number one priority is the safety of the concert goers and Conner Prairie's property.