VIDEO: BUBBLEWORKS Filled NYC's Central Park with Bubbles for Backstreet Boys on ABC's GMA Summer Concert Series

Bubbleworks filled Central Park with a larger than life bubble spectacular for the Backstreet Boys performance on Good Morning America's 'Summer Concert Series,' which aired July 13, 2018 on ABC. The perfectly timed bubble effect thrilled the live audience as millions watched at home.

Bubbles floated over the Central Park SummerStage and to every corner of Rumsay Playfield, creating a surprising and spectacular summertime visual for the live broadcast and the largest-known display of bubbles in Central Park history.

"Creating massive bubble effects in Central Park is a dream come true for our newest special effects venture." according to Bubbleworks founder Adam Williams, "What better way than to kick it off than with Backstreet Boys on GMA?"

With top-tier clients like ABC Television Network and the Coachella Music Festival, Bubbleworks has become the go-to bubble making company for the entertainment, advertising, and live event industries.

Their unique bubbles are clean and Earth friendly, making Bubbleworks the ideal choice for a live TV broadcast from Central Park and approved for use by NYC Parks.

Bubbleworks takes bubble-making to new heights, creating world-class bubble displays that can fill everything with from a city block, to festival grounds, or even a stadium. The new company was created by the theatrical effects team behind MagicSnow, who work on bubble and special effects productions worldwide. For additional information, visit:

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