CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Wondering why you saw or heard fireworks on a non-holidays Wednesday and Friday in Cleveland?
It's because the American Pyrotechnics Association convention is in town. And, we even caught video of Friday night's display.
The APA's 70th Convention & Annual Meeting is in Cleveland through Saturday.
Wednesday night, the organization hosted a fireworks show at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Several people took to Twitter to ask why they were happening.
Why do I hear fireworks in downtown Cleveland at 10:45 on a Wednesday?
— S C (@Scd_1216) October 4, 2018
Living in Cleveland with lots of random loud rumbling noises your options for what those noises could be are either:
A. Indians game fireworks
B. A dumpster being rolled outside
C. Gun fire
— Madison Copley (@madcop14) October 4, 2018
Hudson-based American Fireworks tweeted that they are one of the host sponsors and will be shooting off a closing fireworks display Friday night from FirstEnergy Stadium.
The 70th Annual @APABethesda Convention is officially underway in Cleveland! We are happy to be one of the host sponsors and shooting the closing display on Friday Night @FEStadium! pic.twitter.com/3pOLvAU95j
— American Fireworks (@amerfireworks) October 3, 2018
The convention wraps up Saturday when the group visits the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.