Pyrotechnicians have spent all day Friday preparing for fireworks displays all across the area, including Spokane's display down at Riverfront Park.
"We've been here for two days solid days starting at, eight o'clock in the morning and we work through the course of the day," Matt King said.
King and his crew have been setting up hundreds of fireworks in Riverfront Park.
"Everything is completely scripted. We are sent a list of all the things we are supposed to be blowing up, and then how they are supposed to be grouped," King said.
He says the spot is the best for it because they have to shoot over the water so people can get pretty close.
"They can expect an absolutely perfect night. It should be temperature-wise perfect, a cloud standpoint, perfect," King said.
Debby Dodson with Spokane Parks and Recreation agrees. She said they'll be using some fireworks they haven't used in more than 20 years.