A huge touring fireworks spectacular is returning to a venue near Norwich with an international dance duo set to headline the party. 

Family event Autumn Lights will return for its fourth year at the Norfolk Showground on October 19.

Featuring live entertainment, fairground rides and street food stalls, the event's main attraction will be two firework displays choreographed to music from around the world.

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Eastern Daily Press: Fire-eaters will be on hand to entertain crowdsFire-eaters will be on hand to entertain crowds Dance duo Phats and Small, best known for their international hit Turn Around, will be the headline act alongside award-winning DJ and presenter Ryan Swain.

Fire-eaters and Spark! - a performance group of LED drummers - will also be on hand to entertain the crowds. 

With around ten thousand people joining in the fun in 2023, organiser John Lowery said this year's event is "gearing up to be the biggest fireworks spectacular Norfolk has ever experienced".

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Eastern Daily Press: LED drummers Spark! will be at the eventLED drummers Spark! will be at the event “After last year’s success, we’ve taken more space and there are more entrances for people to get on site to enjoy the show," he said.

“We’ve kept prices affordable for families with two firework shows at 7.30pm and 8.45pm and plenty of other attractions to keep people entertained throughout.”

Early bird tickets are now on sale for the event which takes place from 4pm until 9pm, priced at £9.99 for adults and £4.99 for children.

There will be free parking but food, drink and fairground rides are not included in the ticket price.