Can you spot yourself in our photos from Big Boom Norwich 2017?
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
Thousands of people looked on in amazement as the skies above Norwich were lit up with colour on Friday, November 3.
Fireworks were set off from Norwich castle and sparkled across the city's skyline, erupting in time with music for an impressive audio-visual experience for the whole family.
A range of street entertainment also took place as part of the Norwich City Council event.
The display, now in its fifth year, was bigger than ever according to Alan Waters, city council leader.
He said: 'Our events programme continues to go from strength to strength and is a great benefit to local residents, businesses and the city as a whole'.
Those at the display seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves.
Stuart Ladbrooke, 67, from Sprowston was with his wife Jacqui, also 67, and their granddaughter Kira, seven.
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He said: 'I thought it was the best one we've ever seen. They really went to town.'
Mrs Ladbrooke added: 'I thought it was absolutely lovely, really pleasurable. The colours...it was just amazing.'
• Did you go to Big Boom? See if you can spot yourself or a familiar face in our gallery.