(LititzDailyNews-LITITZ, Pa.) Stray Productions plans to set the annual Fire and Ice Festival ablaze this weekend with the help of another Lititz business whose clients include Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Bruno Mars, and the 60th Grammy Awards.


Stray has partnered with Pyrotek Special Effects, Inc. to create an energetic show combining fire, fireworks, lasers, smoke, strobes, and dancers from Dance Dynamix during multiple evening performances at the two-day festival.


A video posted to the Stray Productions Instagram account gives viewers a glimpse into the explosive show debuting at Lititz Fire and Ice this year. For showtimes, parking and prices, continue reading the article below the video.


A group enjoys the Friday night Fire and Ice Festival sculptures at the entrance to Lititz Springs Park in Lititz, PA. Photo (c) Lynn Rebuck/LititzDailyNews.

On Friday night, shows will start at 6:15 p.m. and run every 45 minutes behind the Lititz Mutual Insurance building located at 2 North Broad Street. Saturday performances will start at 5:45 p.m. According to the Lititz Fire and Ice website, a $1 per person cash-only “donation” is required to view the show. Lititz Fire and Ice is a joint partnership between two non-profits, Venture Lititz and the Lititz Lions Club. No seating will be provided during the show.

The 2020 Lititz Fire and Ice Festival launches Friday night with a Block Party from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Lititz featuring live ice sculpting, the fire show, over 70 ice sculptures, 30 food trucks, music, and entertainment. Local shops and restaurants will stay open late.

A girl sits in a throne made from ice at the Fire and Ice Festival in Lititz, PA.

A girl sits in a throne made of ice at the Fire and Ice Festival in Lititz, PA. Photo (c)Lynn Rebuck/LititzDailyNews.com.

The Saturday schedule includes all of the above activities that run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. downtown plus the annual Chili Cook-Off and Winter Wonderland Carnival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Warwick High School (admission/tickets required) and a free, live broadcast by WJTL of their “Kids Cookie Break” featuring live music and entertainment on the stage on East Main Street near the sculptures.

Ice sculptures on display in Lititz, PA. Photo (c) Lynn Rebuck/LititzDailyNews.

Shuttle parking lot locations may be found on this map featuring major festival locations. The cost for shuttle passengers is $1 per person. Shuttles will run continuously to and from each location Friday at 4:30 p.m. until 10 p.m. Shuttle service will resume Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. and run until 10 p.m. Handicapped parking is available for free in the lot behind 26 N. Cedar Street. Free parking is available downtown and in the lots adjacent to Warwick High School and Warwick Middle School. Broad Street will be closed from Orange to Front St.

Event: Lititz Fire and Ice Festival and Chili Cook-Off

When: Feb. 14-15, 2020 Times: Friday 5pm to 10pm, Saturday

Where: Downtown Lititz, PA

Cost: Free to view outdoor ice sculptures and live ice carving demonstrations

Cost: Chili Cook-Off $10 adults, $5 for kids under 12 to sample chili; Carnival games: Unlimited pay $10; Tickets: 1-.50, 5-2.50, 15-$6.00

Road Closures from 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14 until 10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15:

    • Broad Street will be closed from Orange Street to Front Street
    • Main Street will be closed from Spruce Street to Water Street

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