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London Firework Displays
Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival
Battersea Park Fireworks Display
Morden Park Fireworks
Hammersmith and Fulham Fireworks
Light Up The Night
Light Up The Night
Wimbledon Park Fireworks
Crystal Palace Fireworks
Crystal Palace Fireworks
 

 

London's skyline will be set ablaze this November with firework displays all across the capital. Here LondonTown.com lists the biggest, loudest and best displays.

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Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival

Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, Wood Green, London, N22 7AY

Tube: Bounds Green Station

 

Dates: Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd November 2019

 

Perched up high above North London with panoramic views across the city, Alexandra Palace is a great place to watch the spectacular display of fireworks set off in the grounds of the iconic building. But there's plenty more to do besides. Proving to be incredibly popular in previous years, the festival is going to be a two-day affair once again in 2019, with both days offering StrEATlife Village food and drink stalls, a bonfire, lasers, ice skating and a family friendly area with funfair rides as well as the fireworks, set to a soundtrack by Rob da Bank. The Bestival founder also plays a live set at the street food village along with Soul II Soul founder, Jazzie B. New for this year, a pagan-inspired fire-lighting ritual culminates in the lighting of a 30-foot effigy, designed by young people working with local artists, on top of the bonfire. There's also an adults-only German Bier Festival inside (at an extra cost), comedian Ed Night hosting a night of live music, cabaret and stand-up fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at Cafe de Pally and Luna Cinema screenings in the newly renovated Victorian theatre.

 
 
 

Crystal Palace Fireworks

Crystal Palace Park, Thicket Road, Penge, London, SE20 8DT

Tube: Denmark Hill Station

 

Dates: Saturday 2nd November 2019

 

Benefitting from its elevated position, Crystal Palace Park has been the site of fireworks displays for more than 150 years and this year they've upped the ante with a laser show to add extra special effects to the fireworks display. As well as the cascading explosions, Arcadia's Lord of Lightning shoot lightning bolts from their bodies in time to the music. Crystal Palace Fireworks offers a wealth of entertainment for the whole family. The Bonfire Night action begins from 5pm with entertainment from DJs and live bands as well a fairground for all ages. Within the Nocturnal Village you'll find more than 25 street food traders selling everything from Caribbean dishes to waffles. As well as Venezuelan arepas and Pakistani Rukshanas you can also buy drinks and London Craft beers. But everyone's here for the dazzling display and the high octane pyrotechnics and lasers by Arcadia's Lords of Lightning promises to be South London's finest.

 
 
 

Hammersmith and Fulham Fireworks

Ravenscourt Park, Ravenscourt Avenue, London, W6 0SL

Tube: Ravenscourt Park Station , Stamford Brook Station

 

Dates: Saturday 2nd November 2019

 

With building works taking place at Craven Cottage, there will be no fireworks display at Bishops Park in 2019, but the display at Ravenscourt Park will be going ahead as usual. Taking place on Saturday 2nd November, the evening will include a children's display as well as a main display for the grown ups. Further fun can be found at the on-site funfair and food stalls, making it the perfect venue for young families to enjoy the festivities. You won't be allowed to bring your own alcohol or sparklers so leave them at home and get there on time - you can't enter the park once the main display has started at 8pm.

 
 
 

Battersea Park Fireworks

Battersea Park, Albert Bridge Road, Battersea Park, London, SW11 4NJ

Tube: Sloane Square Station

 

Dates: Saturday 2nd November 2019

 

With its beautiful riverside setting Battersea Park hosts arguably the biggest and best display south of the river. The annual feel-good fireworks display returns to Battersea Park on Saturday 2nd November for a night of pyrotechnic pizzazz created in partnership with Battersea Power Station. The display will be set to music for a striking 22-minute showcase and a giant bonfire adds to the evening's celebrations. Street food and drink stalls are on site to get you in the Bonfire Night spirit and the kids will love all the glow-in-the-dark trinkets on sale. Crowds often reach 50,000 so get there early and remember to wrap up warm! New for 2019, there will also be a Battersea Park Fireworks After Party taking place at Battersea Evolution. Running until 1am, the party will offer live music, bars and food - available to purchase to fireworks ticket holders only.

 
 
 

Morden Park Fireworks

Morden Park, Road, Merton, London, SM4 5QX

Tube: Morden Station

 

Dates: Saturday 2nd November 2019

 

This fireworks extravaganza at Morden Park is the first of two Guy Fawkes events taking place in Merton this year, with the second happening on Bonfire Night itself, 5th November, at Wimbledon Park. At both venues there are two shows - one for earlier show that's more suited to children and a later show for adults. Both Morden Park and Wimbledon Park are spectacular settings for firework displays, with clear, unobstructed views. A jaunt around fairground rides will keep the kids interested while the stalls selling traditional Bonfire Night treats will warm you up before the explosive grand finale.

 
 
 
 

Hackney Fireworks at Clissold Park

Clissold Park, Greenway Close, London, N4 2EY

Tube: Manor House Station

 

Dates: Saturday 2nd November 2019

 

Hackney locals come together for the annual bonfire and fireworks extravaganza, synchronised to music, at Clissold Park, Stoke Newington. The Bonfire night celebration will include a 20-minute fireworks display set to songs and entertainment, and as a reduced noise display, it will be suitable for the whole family. Further to the display there will be live music, street food, bars and children's entertainment ‚%u20AC%u201C expect face painters along with the Hackney Playbus and Disco Loco Music Tent. On the night there will be four gates open: one in Green Lanes by Greenway Close if you're coming from Manor House Tube Station; a second in Queen Elizabeth Walk/Grazebrook Road; a third in Stoke Newington Church St by Lordship Terrace/Queen Elizabeth Walk; and a fourth in Stoke Newington Church Street by Spensley Walk, ideal if you are travelling from the general direction of Stoke Newington High Street.

 
 
 

Richmond Fireworks Display

Richmond Athletic Ground - Richmond Rugby Football Club, Kew Foot Road, London, TW9 2SS

Tube: Richmond Station

 

Dates: Sunday 3rd November 2019

 

From the Athletics Ground on the edge of Kew Gardens you can enjoy a spectacular Sunday evening of family fun with the annual Richmond Athletic Association choreographed fireworks display. It's one of the biggest fireworks events in Richmond, attracting thousands of people, and this year the display will take the theme of 00s Music Night, choreographing the display to top noughties hits. There's also fairground rides, live music, a dance demo and glasses of mulled wine aplenty. In the case of bad weather, the main grandstand provides ample shelter. Combine the fireworks with a stroll in the park and/or a late pub lunch by the river before taking in the fiery celebrations set off to music.

 
 
 

Wimbledon Park Fireworks

Wimbledon Park, Wimbledon Park, London, SW19 7HX

Tube: Wimbledon Park Station

 

Dates: Tuesday 5th November 2019

 

This fireworks extravaganza at Wimbledon Park is the second of two Guy Fawkes events taking place in Merton this year, with the first happening on 2nd November at Morden Park. At both venues there are two shows - one for children and a second for adults - as well as a funfair, bar and all the seasonal treats you would expect on Bonfire Night. Both Morden Park and Wimbledon Park are spectacular settings for firework displays, with clear, unobstructed views. A jaunt around the stalls and fairground rides will warm you up and keep the kids interested before the explosive grand finale.

 
 
 

Southwark Fireworks Display

Southwark Park, Lower Road, London, SE16 2UA

Tube: Surrey Quays Station , Canada Water Station

 

Dates: Tuesday 5th November 2019

 

Southwark Park promises a family friendly fireworks display on Bonfire Night - expect a magical affair featuring a display set to music and a twinkling south London sky with the river in the background. As well as the fireworks, there will be food stalls selling traditional bonfire treats, bars selling refreshments and hot toddies, and along a children‚%u20AC%u2122s funfair to make it an all-round family occasion. With increasing popularity over the years, Southwark Council has now introduced a new online ticketing system. While Southwark residents can still attend for free, they must reserve their space online in advance. Non Southwark residents can book tickets (£8.50 for adults and £2.50 for children) online.

 
 
 

Chiswick Park Fireworks Extravaganza

Chiswick Park, 566 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 5YA

Tube: Gunnersbury Station

 

Dates: Thursday 7th November 2019

 

Chiswick Park welcomes the return of its Fireworks Extravaganza in 2019 with a free-to-attend fireworks display. Taking place on Thursday 7th November, the evening will also include pre-show entertainment and a number of food stalls selling tempting street food and warming tipples. Furthermore, The Fire Walk will see brave souls walk across burning embers of up to 1200F as a unique show of support for Shooting Star Children's Hospices, who help children and young people with life-limiting conditions. No training is required for the Fire Walk and visitors can sign up online to take part.

 
 
 

Light Up The Night

Wembley Park, , London, HA9 0WS

Tube: Wembley Park Station

 

Dates: Sunday 10th November 2019

 

Following its successful launch last year, Light Up The Night returns to Wembley Park in 2019 with around 30,000 people expected to attend once again. A spectacular free firework display and light parade, the occasion celebrates both Diwali and Bonfire Night in one. A procession of fire torches and lanterns make up the parade while further activities include roaming performers and a spectacular firework display. In addition, there's a Night Food Market with a selection of street food provided by local food vendors and a selection of traditional funfair rides.

 
 
 
 
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