On Saturday 3 November, Lambeth Fireworks will light up Brockwell Park with two dazzling fireworks displays making it one of the premier firework experiences in the UK. The awe-inspiring displays will be accompanied by a myriad of street food traders and a funfair throughout to offer something for everyone, families and adults alike, across the whole evening.

Following its roaringly successful launch last year, the Lambeth Fireworks will be even bigger and more spectacular this November. With the display being designed and created by finalists from the 2018 British Firework Championships organisers Westworth Kemp are promising a Fireworks Night extravaganza to remember. Tickets are on sale now and are selling out fast.

The theme for this year’s main event is The Time Tunnel, featuring an incredible show of high octane pyrotechnics choreographed to some of the biggest anthems of the ‘90s right through to the present day. From The Spice Girls, Take That and Robbie Williams to Beyonce, Ed Sheeran and Florence and the Machine, the fast-paced music mix is sure to get everyone to sing along.

The Family Films display promises to be just as dynamic with a breathtaking display set to tracks from movie soundtrack favourites including The Greatest Showman, Moana, Frozen and Trolls.

Kicking off the action from 5pm at Brockwell Park, consistently named one of London’s best-loved and most picturesque parks, will be a funfair with rides for all ages and an eclectic range of food from 30+ traders including: Porkys BBQ, Pizza Project Info; Jolly Hog; Hippie Turks (vegan kebabs); Sausages; HENhaus (chicken sandwiches); Mac to the Future (mac and cheese); Le Rac Shack (raclette); Routes (coffee); Muffin Man (English muffins); The Green Grill (veggie burgers); Miss Piggy Airstream (sausages); Love Churros; and Sweet Nothing (dessert and coffee). There will also be bars serving refreshments across the event.

Everyone will be welcome to watch both displays with the family show kicking off at 6.45pm followed by the main display at 8pm.

The event is selling out fast so grab your tickets now to avoid missing out. Children under 3 go free. Each ticket allows access to both displays.

Speaking about this year's event, organiser Rob Westworth says "With this year’s Lambeth Fireworks display set to be one of the longest and most dramatic in London, putting it on the map as one of the best shows in town. Last year people came from across the whole of London and from as far away as the Scottish Highlands so we’re investing massively in making our displays worth travelling for.”

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Event details

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Saturday 3 November 201817:00-21:00
Norwood Road
SE24 9BJ