Summer Thunder® 2021
Summer Thunder® 2021 – “A Salute To Those Who Kept America Going”!
Tipton, Pennsylvania – The DelGrosso Family of Companies is gearing up for a summertime tradition like no other – Summer Thunder® 2021. This year’s annual fireworks extravaganza is themed as a salute to those who kept working during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
“Each year we like to pick a theme for our show. This year’s theme will honor the hard-working men and women who kept our country going during the pandemic. We are all tremendously grateful to the people serving on the frontlines of COVID-19 in essential services. This includes healthcare workers, first responders, grocery store clerks, gas station attendants, postal employees, delivery drivers, auto mechanics, sauce factory workers, and so many more” says Joe DelGrosso, Summer Thunder® Coordinator and President of DelGrosso Foods, Inc.
The soundtrack will still include patriotic favorites, but you will also hear tunes that showcase and celebrate working.
Summer Thunder® is set to a musical soundtrack that is developed by Dave Villani of Data Music Services in Altoona.
The fireworks are designed by Arthur Rozzi Pyrotechnics from Maineville, OH. Members of the Rozzi Family have been designing firework shows for DelGrosso’s Park for more than 50 years. Over 2,599 shells will light up the night sky in Tipton during the 25-minute pyro-musical spectacular.
Summer Thunder® 2021 Schedule:
11:00am – Laguna Splash Water Park Opens
12:00pm – DelGrosso’s Park Rides Open
9:00pm – Musical Pre-Show
10:00pm – Summer Thunder® 2021 Fireworks - The soundtrack to Summer Thunder® can be heard on Froggy 98.1 FM
WTAJ will also air the Summer Thunder® Show starting with a special broadcast at 9:00pm.
*In the event of severe weather and the fireworks are postponed, Summer Thunder® Fireworks will be held on either Friday, July 9 or Saturday, July 10, 2021. Please monitor our website and social media pages for updates.
All-Day Fun Pass (Includes Rides & Water Park) $31.95 – Buy Online and Save $5.00 FREE Parking in the DelGrosso’s Park Main Parking Lot
Summer Thunder® 2021 is made possible by these fine sponsors: DelGrosso Foods, Inc., Allied Milk Producers, Burgmeier Hauling, First Commonwealth Bank, Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, Imler’s Poultry, Stuckey Subaru, Froggy 98.1, and WTAJ-TV.
JULY 4th TRAFFIC PATTERNS:
Please note that the following traffic patterns will take place starting at 10:30pm on July 4th. These traffic patterns are to help ensure the safety of all motorists in and around DelGrosso’s Park.
Motorists Parked In the Main Parking Lot for DelGrosso’s Park: After the fireworks, all traffic from the main lot will be directed to the RIGHT to head NORTH towards Tyrone and the Tipton/Grazierville Exit 45 to I-99. There will be two lanes of traffic running NORTH towards Tyrone and the I-99 Interchange.
Traffic Traveling South on East Pleasant Valley Blvd(NORTH of Rossi’s Corner Store): You will be directed to turn RIGHT at Tipton Road. You will not be permitted to travel South on East Pleasant Valley Boulevard past DelGrosso’s Park.
Motorists Parked in the DelGrosso Foods Lawn/Or Parked Along East Pleasant Valley Blvd (SOUTH of Rossi’s Corner Store): You will be directed to Exit SOUTH using East Pleasant Valley Boulevard to head towards Bellwood and Exit 41 to I-99.
All Traffic Parked South of the River Road Intersection: You will not be permitted to travel North on East Pleasant Valley Boulevard past DelGrosso’s Park. You will be directed to turn LEFT onto River Road.
Traffic Traveling from River Road: Traffic from River Road will be directed RIGHT using East Pleasant Valley Boulevard to head towards Bellwood and Exit 41 to I-99. Traffic will not be able to reach DelGrosso’s Park from River Road.
These traffic patterns will stay in effect until it is safe to return to a normal traffic flow.
WARNING - FIREWORKS PROHIBITED: The Use of any type of fireworks (Class B&C), including sparklers, in the Main Parking Lot or on Park Grounds is strictly prohibited. Violators will be asked to leave the property.