Most metropolitan areas have outlawed fireworks because of fire risk. Understandable, but for those of us who grew up celebrating occasions with small scale pyrotechnics, something fun has been lost.
Get a plot of land just outside of town. Create a round amphitheater design where the furthest out is for spectators, and enclosed by safety netting. A series of concentric circles toward the center are broken up into sections which are individual spaces where people can go to play with the fireworks. The closer to the center you are, the more dangerous the fireworks. The outside ring would be for kids with sparklers and non-exploding fireworks. The next levels would be for non-flying, dancing-style fireworks, next would be exploding firecracker, and finally would be the flying rocket styles.
The entrance fee would include a pack of ear plugs, and a variety of non-exploding fireworks. All other fireworks can be additional purchases. Other fun activities could include a photography booth where people could make 'Drawings with light' using long exposure photography, a nightly fireworks display, food booths, etc.
Waivers would have to be signed. On-site firefighters and e.m.s. You would probably get push back from neighbors about noise.
Hello. I'm a creative sort of a fellow, and I'm always coming up with ideas. I have notebooks filled with them. I'll be posting them here from time to time. If you like one and wish to adopt it, feel free.