PHOTOS: Setting up the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip
Nicholas Starrantino, pyrotechnician with Fireworks by Grucci, sets up fireworks for Americas Party 2018, Las Vegas' New Year's Eve festivities, on the rooftop of the Treasure Island Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. More than 80,000 pyrotechnic effects are expected to light the sky over the Las Vegas Strip from the rooftops of MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian and Stratosphere. Photo by: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau
PHOTOS: Setting up the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip
Scott Cooper, left, director of business development for Fireworks by Grucci, and Michael Mack, vice president of marketing and communications for Las Vegas Events, chat as Fireworks by Grucci sets up for Americas Party 2018, Las Vegas' New Year's Eve festivities, on the rooftop of the Treasure Island Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. More than 80,000 pyrotechnic effects are expected to light the sky over the Las Vegas Strip from the rooftops of MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian and Stratosphere. Photo by: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau
PHOTOS: Setting up the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip
Fireworks by Grucci sets up for Americas Party 2018, Las Vegas' New Year's Eve festivities on the rooftop of the Treasure Island Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. More than 80,000 pyrotechnic effects are expected to light the sky over the Las Vegas Strip from the rooftops of MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian and Stratosphere. Photo by: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau
PHOTOS: Setting up the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip
Henry Herman, pyrotechnician with Fireworks by Grucci, sets up fireworks for Americas Party 2018, Las Vegas' New Year's Eve festivities, on the rooftop of the Treasure Island Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. More than 80,000 pyrotechnic effects are expected to light the sky over the Las Vegas Strip from the rooftops of MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian and Stratosphere. Photo by: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau
PHOTOS: Setting up the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip
Fireworks by Grucci sets up for Americas Party 2018, Las Vegas' New Year's Eve festivities on the rooftop of the Treasure Island Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. More than 80,000 pyrotechnic effects are expected to light the sky over the Las Vegas Strip from the rooftops of MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian and Stratosphere. Photo by: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau
PHOTOS: Setting up the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip
Henry Herman, pyrotechnician with Fireworks by Grucci, sets up fireworks for Americas Party 2018, Las Vegas' New Year's Eve festivities, on the rooftop of the Treasure Island Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. More than 80,000 pyrotechnic effects are expected to light the sky over the Las Vegas Strip from the rooftops of MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian and Stratosphere. Photo by: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau
PHOTOS: Setting up the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip
Fireworks by Grucci sets up for Americas Party 2018, Las Vegas' New Year's Eve festivities on the rooftop of the Treasure Island Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. More than 80,000 pyrotechnic effects are expected to light the sky over the Las Vegas Strip from the rooftops of MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian and Stratosphere. Photo by: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau
PHOTOS: Setting up the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip
The view, looking south, as Fireworks by Grucci sets up for Americas Party 2018, Las Vegas' New Year's Eve festivities, on the rooftop of the Treasure Island Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. More than 80,000 pyrotechnic effects are expected to light the sky over the Las Vegas Strip from the rooftops of MGM Grand, Aria, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian and Stratosphere. Photo by: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau