NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Macy’s is gearing up for its 36th annual Fourth of July Fireworks show.
“Every year there’s something new,” executive produce Amy Kule said.READ MORE: Manorhaven Gets Nassau County Funding For $6 Million Main Street Refurbishment
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One of the expected highlights this year is called the “octopus.”
“When this firework goes up into the sky it’s a burst of red, it’s another burst of white and then miraculously eight red arms come flying out of the sides,” Kule said.READ MORE: Hit-And-Run Driver Slams Into Married Couple Leaving Suffern Christmas Parade
The fireworks will be synched to music that the public voted for online to create what Kule calls “America’s mix tape.”
The soundtrack features Taylor Swift, Lee Greenwood and Ray Charles.
The fireworks will be launched from four barges between 18th and 43rd Streets.
The show lasts 25 minutes.MORE NEWS: 'Trees For Troops' Spreads Holiday Cheer To Brave Americans Stationed Overseas
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