Remember, remember, we’re approaching the 5th of November!
This year, get ready to gaze up at the night sky and marvel at the incredible fireworks Bristol has to offer. From rugby stadiums to Radio Gaga, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Fireworks to Music at Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park
When: Friday 4th & Saturday 5th November, 5pm-9pm (Pixash Lane, Keynsham, Bristol, BS31 1TP)
This year, witness a marvelous fireworks to music display at Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park. Once again they are teaming up with Aardvark FX, who will bring you world-class pyrotechnics and special effects – this is one you don’t want to miss!
Onsite there will be plenty of places to purchase food and drinks to keep you warm, plus a funfair and stalls to keep little ones busy (please note rides are an additional cost). Grab your tickets here.
Bristol Bears v Saracens Fireworks Spectacular at Ashton Gate Stadium
When: Saturday 5th November, 3pm, 5pm KO (Ashton Rd, Bristol BS3 2EJ).
If you’re a rugby fan, this ones for you! Catch the Bristol Bears as they take on the Saracens for a fireworks spectacular held at Bristol’s iconic Ashton Gate Stadium.
Season Ticket holders can treat two friends or family members to a ‘Mates Rate’ ticket or you can purchase tickets here.
Downend Round Table Fireworks Display
When: Friday 4th November, gates open at 5.30pm, last entry 8pm (King George V Playing Fields, Downend, Bristol, BS16 6AH)
A great one for all of the family, the Downend Round Table Display is the largest in the South West, so expect to be dazzled! With two spectacular displays (including one for children which is less noisy and more about the visuals), a bonfire, children’s entertainment, music, food and a bar for refreshements, there is something to keep everyone entertained!
Last year saw them sell out for the first time, so be sure to grab a ticket early to avoid missing out. Find tickets here.
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club Fireworks Display
When: Friday 4th October from 5pm (Seat Unique Stadium, Nevil Rd, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 9EJ)
Head to Gloucestershire County Cricket Club for a fireworks display that’s perfect for all of the family.
For the first time in seven years, you’ll witness a night of spectacular colours light up the nights sky, plus food, music, games, and stalls aplenty – all of the things that make Bonfire night so special!
For more information and tickets click here, or head to Gloucestershire Cricket reception (Monday-Friday 9:30am to 4:30pm).
Bristol Fireworks Extravaganza
When: Saturday 5th November from 4pm (Rose Green, 65 Gordon Rd, Whitehall, Bristol BS5 7DR)
Fireworks, food, and fun is what can be found at this fireworks extravaganza!
Head to Rose Green in Whitehall for some family fun, which includes a bonfire, children’s rides, DJs and music, Caribbean food, a fully licenced bar and of course, an incredible fireworks display. Plus, a children’s performance from Anansi The Spider and Mr Snake! Purchase tickets here.
Almondsbury Creative Fireworks: Tribute to the Queens
When: Friday 4th November, 4pm-11pm (Almondsbury Recreation Ground, Gloucester Road, Almondsbury, BS32 4AA)
The show, which is dedicated to the late Queen Elizabeth II and pop legend Freddie Mercury, is sure to rock you!
As well as a choreographed fireworks show to some of Queen’s greatest hits, you can find entertainers, stage shows, a funfair, craft stalls, and of course music and drinks to keep you warm. For more information and tickets, click here.
Alternatively, grab a thermos, your wooly hat and make your way up to the Clifton Suspension Bridge with friends and feast your eyes on the city below!
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