The 25th annual Boomsday festival is in the books.
More than 400,000 people gathered at the waterfront in downtown Knoxville to watch the largest labor day fireworks show in the nation. Crews set off the fireworks from the railroad bridge west of the Henley Bridge.
The show lasted for twenty minutes, before onlookers got to see the show's trademark "fireworks waterfall" at its end.
"It's really fun and even though it's crowded, it's entertaining," said Boomsday attendee Kelly Boring.