Tickets on Sale for Battersea Park Fireworks
Tickets are now on sale for the Battersea Park Bonfire Night party and Firework Display on 4 November. Readers are advised to get their tickets as soon as possible, as there are early-bird deals to be had and tickets always sell out completely well before the event.
Gates will open at 6pm for pre-show entertainment and refreshment sales from the food and drink stalls. Readers are advised to bring some cash as there are no card facilities on site. The bonfire will be lit at 7.30pm by the Mayor of Wandsworth, Councillor Jim Maddan, and the firework display starts at 8pm when entry to the event will close.
The display is from award-winning pyro-technicians Jubilee Fireworks and will last for an electrifying 22 minutes accompanied by music. Naturally, we here at Battersea Power Station approve heartily of this year’s theme, which is “Power”.
Tickets are only available online in advance at www.enablelc.org/fireworks. There will be no tickets for sale at the event. There are limited Super Early Bird and Early Bird offers so it’s best to book as quickly as possible to avoid missing out.
- Super Early Bird: £7 + booking fee
- Early Bird: £8.50 + booking fee
- Standard: £10 + booking fee.
- Children aged 10 and under go free but must have a ticket – these can be booked online when purchasing an adult ticket.
Fireworks, sparklers, animals, and glass bottles will not be permitted on site. Bag searches will be in place.
There will be no parking available at the event. Battersea Power Station residents can simply walk to it as Battersea Park is just moments away: other readers are advised to use public transport.
The nearest Underground Station is Sloane Square, approximately a 12 minute walk away or a five minute bus ride on routes 452 and 137. Battersea Park’s Chelsea Gate is also served by Bus 44, which runs from Victoria Station (for Underground, main line rail and long distance buses). There are two Cycle Hire (“Boris Bike”) stands handily located for the park at Grosvenor Arch and Sopwith Way.