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Its that time of year again, as the nights get cooler and the woolly hats come out, it can mean only one thing. Bonfire night! With crackling fires, hot chocolates and fireworks lighting up the Autumn sky. Here is our list of places to safely watch a display this year across Worcestershire:
Sixways Stadium, Worcester – Back with a Bang
Tickets are now on general sale to Sixways’ Annual Firework show, which is Back with a Bang for 2021 on Saturday 6 November!
The event gets underway at 7.30pm and will incorporate an array of entertainment for the whole family, including fairground rides and food stalls.
The biggest firework display in Worcester takes place within the safe environment of the stadium. Tickets are now on general sale following a hugely popular pre-sale, with tickets costing just £9 for adults and £5 for juniors, with VIP Dining available for £20 for adults and £11 for juniors.
County Estate Bonfire and Firework Extravaganza 2021
The County Estate is hosting a Bonfire and Firework Extravaganza this year, on Saturday, 6 November 2021, 6:00 pm 10:00 pm. Where: Severn End Country Estate, Hanley Swan, Worcestershire. Children 10 and under go free. £15 adult tickets.
Churchfields – Low Noise Fire Work Display
NEW to Churchfields! Come along to the farm and join us at the top of the Salwarpe valley for spectacular, family friendly, low noise fireworks.
Huddle around the fire pits to toast marshmallows or light up the night with a glow stick.
Booking essential via: Churchfields Fireworks
Hopfest on Fire
Hosted by Hopley’s Campsite, this annual sellout bonfire night is back. Live music, street foot, and of course the fireworks display! Saturday, 6th November – tickets available at: Book Tickets
Redditch Cricket Club
Friday 5th November from 4pm. Fireworks display. Family ticket £5, Single ticket £2. Payment on the gate on entry to the event. Children’s fun fair rides, hot food and bar also available on the night.
For event details visit: Event Details
If loud bangs aren’t for you, why visit West Midlands Safari Park where you can light up the night in a different way!
Be transported to a wonderland of lanterns and interactive lighting displays. With over forty light groupings, and up to 1000 individual lanterns, the event will have something for all ages, and make a fantastic family evening out.
With magical lit-up landscapes, dinosaur lanterns, glowing animal installations, a giant interactive piano keyboard, rainbow tunnel and many other creations, the 3km trail has been designed to offer guests a safe and enjoyable evening, with plenty of fun all round!
Book via: Lantern Festival