Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show Pyro Lights The Sky Over Miami

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Pyro and lasers by Strictly FX scored big at the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL on Sunday February 2, 2020. With over 5,000 pieces of pyrotechnics shot from over 32 roof locations, the results were visually explosive. Check out the pyro and special effects credits list provided by production designer Bruce Rodgers of Tribe, Inc.

Special Effects Crew

  • FX Supervisor: Adam Biscow
  • FX Programmers: Grant Sellers and Justin Seedle
  • Laser Programmer: Grant Sellers
  • Field Crew Chief: Bull Allen
  • Roof Crew Chief: John Lyons
  • Total Crew: 24

Pyro Info

  • 5,350 pieces of product
  • 32 Roof Locations
  • 16 Special Locations
  • FireOne Control System
  • 80 Firing Modules


Laser Info

Cryo and Atmospherics

  • 16 Monster Jets
  • 192 CO2 Tanks
  • 6 Master FX Atlas Foggers
  • 6 Master FX Mystic Hazers
  • 6 Reel EFX RE2 Fans


  • 2 MA Lighting grandMA2 Consoles
  • 1 Pangolin Beyond (Lasers)
  • 2 FireOne XL4 Controllers (Pyro)
  • Pre-Viz Software Finale 3D

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