Bonfire night events in your Host city

Remember remember the 5th of November.

In Great Britain, Bonfire Night is associated with the tradition of celebrating the failure of Guy Fawkes’ actions on 5 November 1605. The British festival is, therefore, on 5 November.

We have compiled a list of the best firework display events in your area for this year’s Bonfire Night.


Bath.

Get ready for a magnificent Fireworks to Music Display at Avon Valley. Teaming up with Aardvark FX for world-class pyrotechnics and special effects. Learn more.

When: 4th and 5th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £9.50.


Birmingham.

The biggest fireworks display in Birmingham is back for 2022! Join them at Edgbaston for a jam-packed evening of entertainment with an amazing on-site fun fair followed by a fireworks extravaganza. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £14.00.


Bournemouth.

Bonfire Night Fireworks on Poole Quay. The party atmosphere will guarantee it will be one biggest nights of the year. There will be live music, family entertainment and activities to delight the crowds and keep the fun going until the big firework finale. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022

FREE


Cardiff.

Join The Six Bells for a bonfire night to remember. Including an outdoor bar, BBQ, music, competitions and more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £6.00.


Carlisle.

This year’s Carlisle Fireshow will celebrate the 1900th anniversary of Hadrian’s Wall. The sparkling event is part of the Hadrian’s Wall 1900 Festival and will be held in Bitts Park, starting at 6.30pm. The centre piece bonfire will be Roman themed and more than 2,000 spectacular sparkling fireworks will also light up the sky. It will be the 33rd Fireshow event staged by Carlisle City Council and is organised in conjunction with Merlin Fireworks Ltd. Find out more.

When: 5th November 2022

Free admission.


Colchester.

Colchester Rugby Club have  partnered with Dynamic Fireworks for the biggest display yet! A fantastic event, where you can enjoy street food, sweet treats, BBQ, music, drink and fairground fun. Learn more.

When: 6th November 2022.

Tickets starting from £10.00.


Coventry.

Join Coventry Bonfire Night this year to see the spectacular fireworks and partying. Delight in appetising hot dishes and beverages from local vendors over the evening. Patronise local eateries and bars at the end of the extravaganza to go on with the bonfire evening celebrations. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.


Exeter.

Back with a bang! One of Devon’s finest fireworks displays, food, drink and entertainment at Whimple Cricket Club. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £5.00.


Leicester.

One of the biggest Fireworks Displays in Leicester returns to the Uptonsteel County Ground. Following its spectacular sold-out comeback last Autumn, Leicestershire County Cricket Club are excited to be holding the stunning Fireworks, Light and Laser display once again. Learn more.

When: 4th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £9.00.


Liverpool.

If you’re in Liverpool this November, be sure the visit the Deeside Round Table Firework Display. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £10.00.


London.

Described as the ‘Glastonbury’ of Fireworks. Headlined by Dj Gok Wan and an Elvis Presley tribute show to follow. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £12.50.

Take a look at the other bonfire nights in London this year.


Manchester.

Manchester Woodford Fireworks Display is a lovely bonfire, magnificent main firework show with fairground rides, hot food, mulled wine and snacks. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Tickets starting from £10.00.


Nottingham.

Nottingham’s Bonfire Bonanza with live music, ride attractions, bar, hot and cold food. Learn more.

When: 4th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £9.00


Oxford.

Oxford Round Table’s 54th Annual Charity Fireworks Display. Boasting a fireworks display, enormous bonfire, funfair and a fully licensed bar. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Prices available from 1st October 2022.


Plymouth.

Bonfire night at The Hoe. A free way to spend the most explosive night of the year. Watch as the huge bonfire is lit, then gaze in awe at the brilliant firework display. If you’re feeling brave enough, have a go on the fairground rides or warm up with a bite to eat from one of the food stalls. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

FREE


Southampton.

Southampton fireworks festival at Mayflower Park.

You can expect street food & craft beer villages, family areas, funfair, live music, a neon glow experience plus much more! Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £10.00.


Wolverhampton.

Wolverhampton Himley Bonfire and Fireworks. As well as a huge bonfire and spectacular firework display set to a heart stopping soundtrack, there will be a night market, street entertainers, seasonal refreshments and a huge funfair. Learn more.

When: 5th November 2022.

Buy tickets here – starting from £11.00.


With the weather looking wet and windy this weekend, make sure to check if your local event is happening before making plans!


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