Hundreds of thousands of people cram onto the Neyland Drive area each year to witness the nation’s largest Labor Day weekend fireworks show, Boomsday.
Where is the best place to watch Boomsday fireworks from?
Photography by ChrisIrmo
From atop Mt. LeConte.
I’m not much for crowds, so the best place, for me, is at home in front of my television.
I’ve watched them from the river before but of course, that requires owning a boat or having a friend with a boat. I would suggest the latter of the two.
One year when I worked at the Ruby Tuesday’s on Chapman Hwy, I watched it from the parking lot there. It wasn’t bad, you just miss out on the bridge stuff.
I think everyone should watch them from the American Boat Center / Mastercraft Boats wakeboard rail jam booth on Neyland Dr.
@Bobby Denton: That’s where I should be. I’ll look for ya Bobby D.