Sparks in the Park ticket details
Tickets have gone on sale for Norwich's popular Sparks in the Park event, which this year promises to be better than ever.A lantern procession, fire sculptures and live bands are just three of the activities for families to enjoy from 5pm - 10pm on November 1.
Tickets have gone on sale for Norwich's popular Sparks in the Park event, which this year promises to be better than ever.
A lantern procession, fire sculptures and live bands are just three of the activities for families to enjoy from 5pm - 10pm on November 1.
Earlham Park once again plays host to the event, which includes a special display for younger children from 6.30pm before the Big Bang Fireworks - the centre piece of the evening - at 8.30pm.
Fiona Roberts, senior events co-ordinator, said: “Sparks is a real family night out and this year there will even more going on than usual for people to get involved in.
“There really is something for all ages - so get wrapped up and come along to a bonfire night to remember.”
Norwich six-piece The Collective will play selections of songs from classic soul and funk to 70s disco and contemporary rock.
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Expect hits from the likes of Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Chic, Amy Winehouse, The Jacksons, Beyonce, James Brown, Prince and the Arctic Monkeys.
Harmony group Zoo, who went down a storm at last year's event with their mix of sing-along 70s and 80s pop covers, will also again be performing.
They have worked with stars such as Julian Clary, Cheryl Baker and the late Mike Reid.
Tickets bought up to Friday 31 October will cost £5 for adults, £2.50 for children aged five and over, and there is a 10pc discount for Go 4 less cardholders.
On the day, tickets will cost £6.50 for an adult and £3.50 for children aged five and over. All children aged four and under go free.
For tickets up to October 31 contact:
City hall cashiers - 0844 980 3333.
Or until November 1 contact:
The Tourist Information Centre (booking fee for credit cards) - 01603 727927.
Union of the University of East Anglia Students (booking fee charged) - 01603 508050.
The Mall Ask Me Point Level 2 - 01603 766430.
Sainsbury's supermarkets - tickets on sale from the customer services desk at the following stores: Queen's Road - 01603 763600 and Pound Lane - 01603 300023.