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RELLIS fireworks show to become annual tradition

RELLIS fireworks show to become annual tradition

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Fireworks explode over the RELLIS Campus in Bryan on Saturday, July 4, 2020.

Officials with the Texas A&M University System said Monday that a drive-in fireworks show at the RELLIS Campus will become an annual tradition after Saturday night’s successful first event.

Officials said in a statement that about 10,000 people watched the July 4 fireworks live from the campus parking lot, and hundreds of vehicles parked along Texas 47 and Texas 21 to watch.

The fireworks show was televised on KBTX-TV with synchronized music broadcast on radio station WTAW.

“After countless emails asking to do it again, it looks like we have started a new tradition,” Chancellor John Sharp said in the statement. “The biggest fireworks show in the Brazos Valley will just have to get bigger and better next year.”

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