the display

The display

This is a truly spectacular firework display designed to be suitable for everyone, especially families with children.

Gates open at 5.00pm
Fire show by Poi Passion 6.00pm
The firework display starts at 7.00pm

The display is produced by Brighton Fireworks who have generously sponsored the event again this year. It will last approximately 25 minutes and is choreographed to a fantastic musical soundtrack. Listen out for some very familiar tunes and a few surprises too!

Poi Passion will be back again this year with their stunning fire dance show at 6pm. Don’t miss it!

We use wristbands for tickets as they are quick to check and it helps keep the queues as short as possible. This means that if you buy your tickets in advance you won’t need to queue on the night. Please have your wristband attached to your wrist where it can be checked easily.

Food stalls will be open all evening, and glow sticks and flashing toys will be on sale at stalls inside the grounds. Please support this event by not buying your glow stuff from unlicensed traders on the street.

Here’s what a few people have said about previous events:

“I came to the fireworks display for the first time last night with my 5 year old daughter. It was her first fireworks display and she absolutley loved it, the music and fireworks were all amazing. Thank you so so much we had a memorable night which neither of us will forget for years.” Richard and Isabelle

“We all loved the fireworks, music and the really organised hotdog stand! I just wanted to say thank you for a really good show at a really reasonable price.” Mary Challen

“Everyone thought it was brilliant, from the organisation of the event, ease of buying tickets, and of course the display!” Will Hollingdale

“WOW! really loved it. The first time our kids had seen a proper display. I think they were quite awestruck.” Dean Harvey

“Thank you for organising a wonderful event for all the family, we all had such an enjoyable evening and the fireworks were fantastic. Our little ones (ages 3 and 1) were not frightened at all and we can’t wait for a repeat performance next year!” Helen Geoghegan


Our firework displays generally go ahead whatever the weather. We’re not put off by a bit of rain, so generally assume that it’s going to happen as planned and wrap up warm. In the event of catastrophic weather we will post updates on the web site and via twitter.