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Bonfire Night

Aside from our World Fireworks Championship Blackpool, Bonfire Night is one of the most dazzling nights of the year. Find out where you can watch an organised fireworks display below, wrap up in your cosiest coat and enjoy bonfire night in Blackpool.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach Fireworks Display 2023 - Saturday 4 November

Visit the UK's favourite amusement park, enjoy all your favourite rides and rollercoasters, and end the day watching their spectacular fireworks display on Saturday 4 November.

The park will be open from 11am to 5pm, with the fireworks set to light up the sky at closing time. Please note that you need to purchase a Blackpool Pleasure Beach eTicket to watch the display in the park. Book your tickets here.

Blackpool Cricket Club - Sunday 5 November

Blackpool Cricket Club hosts its annual firework extravaganza on Sunday 5 November 2023.​ Gates are set to open at 3.30pm, the bonfire will be lit at 6pm and the fireworks display will start from approximately 7pm. (Times are subject to change e.g. weather conditions, safety issues etc.)

There are no advance ticket sales so please pay at the gate. Prices remain the same as previous years:

  • Entrance fee: £5 per person
  • Free admission for children under 5
  • Families - 2 adults + 2 children: £15.00

For the safety of all spectators attending the bonfire and fireworks display on 5 November, please note the following:

  • Children MUST at all times be accompanied by an adult.​

  • Lost children should see one of the stewards (high-vis yellow) and will be taken to the Lost Children Area & First Aid post at the front of the Pavilion at the top of the main stairway.

  • No fireworks including sparklers should be brought into the event or lit within the club grounds. They will be confiscated by a steward.

  • No alcohol or glass bottles or glasses are permitted to be brought into the event.

  • No large bags or cases . Blackpool Cricket Club reserve the right to search bags or any specious looking case/package.

  • “Challenge 25” enforced at all BARS – No Proof – No Alcohol

  • In the event of any injury, please report immediately to a steward (high-vis yellow) or if an Emergency call 999.

  • A Defibrillator is sited at the bar in the main Clubhouse.

  • A public address announcement will be made should the site have to be evacuated. Spectators are requested to walk to the nearest exit, do not run, and congregate along the footpath along West Park Drive away from the entrance ways. Please listen to the PA announcements throughout the evening.

Bonfires and fireworks are dangerous so please take notice of the stewards instructions. Do not cross any barriers or fenced-off areas. Blackpool Cricket Club reserve the right to refuse entry to the event or eject individuals causing any nuisance or anti-social behaviour. CCTV will be in operation throughout the premises and grounds.