The only problem?
That was it. A technical malfunction caused the entire show to go off at once, giving the audience a spectacular, if truncated, display.
We sincerely apologize for the technical glitch that affected the #BigBayBoom. Event producers are currently investigating the cause.— Port of San Diego (@portofsandiego) July 5, 2012
The whole thing only lasted a few seconds, and the crowd was sent home, disappointed, a few minutes later. You can watch the whole thing, from different angles, as put together by NBC San Diego.
View more videos at: http://nbcsandiego.com.
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