Long time lurker, first time poster.
I am in the middle of planning our trip to South Dakota in late June of this year. I noticed that we will be there during the week of the night blast at Crazy Horse and was wondering if it would be good to go to that event. Has anyone here been to one and can tell me a little of what it is like? Do they actually blast rock off the mountain during this? Does it take the place of the laser light show or is it in addition to it? The website says that if we arrive after 6pm, the admission is just 3 cans of food per person. That is cheaper than the $10 per person that they collect during the day. If we arrive after 6pm, will we be able to see all the exhibits and get a good viewing spot for the show. We plan to eat somewhere in Custer before we come to Crazy Horse so we won't have to worry about that. The photos and video I have seen online show it as some kind of pyrotechnics show. Is it worth it? Any info will be appreciated so that we can decide if we want to go to the night blast, or skip it and just see Crazy Horse sometime during one of our days and spend that evening doing something else. Thanks.
When I get our itinerary worked out, I will post it and get your opinions/suggestions.
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