Lambeth Fireworks launch at Brockwell Park this November

Hosted by Westworth Kemp, the festival of fireworks will include a spectacular display, live entertainment and over 20 mouth-watering street food traders.

A Night At The Movies

Guests can take a trip to Hollywood for the day on Saturday 4th November with Lambeth Fireworks for A Night At The Movies, featuring an incredible display of high octane pyrotechnics against the backdrop of an epic mix of movie blockbuster soundtracks. The display will be a breathtaking adventure through some of the most-loved movies from the past six decades.

Not just a fireworks display…

Lambeth Fireworks will offer a wealth of all-day entertainment for the whole family. Kicking off the action from 5pm will be live music and entertainment from local performers as well a funfair with rides for all ages. On top of the entertainment, the event welcomes 20 amazing food traders, including Memphis BBQ masters Porky’s , delicious hotdogs from Gut Wurst , wood-fired pizzas from Dough & Deer , steak courtesy of POP Brixton favourites 28 Well Hung and mac ‘n’ cheese from Mac to the Future . There will also be bars serving refreshments across the event.

So come down and join the fun!

There will be a limited number of tickets available this year, and the event is expected to sell out prior to the day. Tickets currently on sale at £4 for Kids and £8.50 for Adults until 18 October, when prices will increase. Family tickets are also available from £25 for a limited time only. Children under 3 go free.

Buy tickets or find out more about this year’s fireworks display .

And for an even more unforgettable experience…

Take advantage of the Premier Viewing Experience, allowing access to priority queuing lanes, an exclusive viewing area with private bar and catering plus a free drink. Premier Viewing tickets are on sale from £15 for Adults and £10 for Kids.

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