Last night, an amazing drone light show lit up the Delaware skies after President-elect Biden’s victory speech. Joe Biden is expected to have won the 2020 election and become the 46th President of the United States after beating President Trump in a nail-biting election.
Drone light show lit up the skies after President-elect Biden victory speech
The Drone Light Show lit up the skies over Delaware after President-elect Joe Biden addressed the nation together with Kamala Harris, who is expected to become the Vice-President of the United States. After the speech, we saw the usual celebratory fireworks, but only seconds later the skies lit up when the drones suddenly appeared.
As Coldplay’s hit song A Sky Full of Stars played, the drone light show created red and blue stars, and moments later the Biden campaign logo as Biden, Harris, their families, and others looked in awe to the sky. Later on, in the show, the drones created an aerial map of the United States and the words ‘President Elect.’ The last drone sequence showed Biden’s name, the number 46, referencing to Biden becoming the 46th President, and lastly Harris’ name as she will become the nations’ first woman of color Vice-President.
The drone light show created a striking visual effect. However, what is equally impressive is the fact that this show took place in a national security TFR. Congrats to the people who made that possible and put drones on national display in such a positive way![bctt tweet=”The drone light show created a striking visual effect. However, what is equally impressive is the fact that this show took place in a national security TFR. Congrats to the people who made that possible and put drones on national display in such a positive way!” username=”DroneXL1″]
You can watch the drone light show that lit up the skies after President-elect Biden’s victory speech in the video below.
Drones in a national security TFR isn’t a small deal. Someone slogged through a ton of paperwork. Kudos. https://t.co/pwSQUUtHkF
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