The church in La Manzanilla, Jalisco, Mexico celebrates its patron saint (the Virgin Mary) for 10 days leading up to Assumption Day (August 15.) The celebrations include daily processions of young people in indigenous costumes accompanied by loud skyrockets. On the final night, the young people love being chased around the town square by "El Torito", a head-carried bull-shaped contraption that shoots fireworks out in all directions. For the finale there is a tall tower ("El Castillo") of fireworks lit off one by one over about 15 minutes, culminating in the launch of "The Helicopter", a free-flying fast-spinning wheel of fireworks. And, being Mexico, of course there is a loud band! Very fun!