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Bonfire Night Displays in Bristol

Want to know where to see the biggest and best fireworks displays in Bristol on bonfire night? 

Grab a sparkler in one hand and a toffee apple in the other, because we've got a great selection of events for you to choose from in all corners of the city.

We'll be updating this page as more events get announced, so make sure you check back for the latest information!

If you want to see firework displays at other times of the year, take a look at our Firework Displays page.

Fireworks to Music at Avon Valley

Saturday 4 November, Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park, Pixash Lane, Keynsham, BS31 1TP.

Gates open at 5:30pm, display commences at 7:15-7:30pm.

The annual Fireworks to Music display is back, and in addition to the fireworks you can also enjoy a funfair, park attractions, play areas and food stalls. Please note funfair ride costs are not included in the ticket price.

The park attractions, including the animal barn, outdoor adventure play area and indoor play barn, are open during the day before the display until 5pm.

A variety of food and drink outlets will be open including a fully licensed bar. Alcohol purchased outside of the premises is not permitted at the event and will be confiscated. No sparklers, bangers or fireworks must be brought to the event.

Tickets from £3.50.

Bonfire Night Fireworks Display at Puxton Park

Saturday 4 November, Puxton Park, Cowslip Lane, Weston Super Mare, BS24 6AH.

Gates open at 5pm, display commences at 7pm.

Be entertained by the award-winning Fire Magic and enjoy the park's attractions & children’s rides. There will also be a range of stalls, hog roasts and BBQ.

Tickets are priced at £7 for individuals or £25 for a family of four.

Victoria Park Bonfire Night, Bedminster

Sunday 5 November, Victoria Park, Bedminister, Bristol, Bristol, BS3 4DP

Gates open 5pm

There will be no fireworks at this event, but there will be a huge bonfire, a 'judge the guy' competition and several food & drink stalls.

Canford Park Charity Fireworks, Westbury-on-Trym

Saturday 4 November, Canford Lane, Westbury-on-Trym, BS9

Gates open at 6pm, display starts at 7pm.

One of the largest firework displays in Bristol, with a range of food & drink stalls. There will be 50% more fireworks this year, so an even bigger specatacular!

Tickets are £5 and available online or from local shops, including St Peter's Hospice. £1 from every ticket sale will fo to St Peter's Hospice.

Downend Round Table Fireworks, Downend

Friday 3 November, King George V Playing Fields, Westerleigh Road, BS16 6AH.

Gates open 5.30pm. Kids display commences 6.30pm. Adult display commences 8pm.

Ticket go on sale on 1st October and are available online at a local shops:
Adult £7 (Ages 16+)
Child £5 (Ages 3-15)
Family £20 (2 Adults, 2 children)
VIP £15

Festival of Light at Trinity Centre, Old Market

Sunday 5 November, The Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS2 0NW.

Join Bristol Trinity Centre for their annual fireworks spectacular!

Gates open at 6pm.

Warm your hands on the bonfire, enjoy the fireworks display and taste some delicious winter treats to celebrate this year's Guy Fawkes night.

Suggested donation of £2.

Bonfire Nighat at Elm Tree Farm, Stapleton

Saturday 4 November, Elm Tree Farm, Park Road, BS16 1AA

Celebrate autumn with low noise fireworks, hot food, bar and live music. Warm up with spicy pumpkin soup, enjoy some delicious mulled drinks, listen to enchanting folk and watch a small display of low noise fireworks. There will be kids fun too with toasted marshmallows, toffee apples and sparklers.

6pm-8pm. No dogs allowed except guide dogs.

Free. Limited parking, £1 for carpark.

Silent Fireworks & Bonfire Night at Old Down Country Park, South Glos

Sunday 5 November, Old Down Estate, Foxholes Lane, Tockington, BS32 4PG

Go along to Old Down Country Park for a fabulous display of fireworks by the lake and marshmallow toasting on the bonfire. Enjoy a range of food from hot dogs to jacket potatoes, washed down with mulled cider and Baileys hot chocolate.

Fireworks at 6pm.

Tickets available online or on the gate.

Adults £5 (online £5)
Children £4 (online £3)

Bishops Road Bonfire Night Firework Extravaganza, Bishopston

Saturday 4 November, Bishops Road Primary School, Bishops Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS7 8LS.

Gates open at 5pm, last entry 6:30pm.

Spectacular fireworks, live fire performances and installations, Samba band, tuck shop & glow in the dark novelties, hot dogs from Dave Giles, wraps from Biblos, Gopals Curry Shack and 2 licensed bars.

Advance tickets only. Tickets from Boston Tea Party Gloucester Road.

Bonfire Night at Boiling Wells, St Werburghs

Saturday 4 Nov, Boiling Wells Lane, BS2 9XY.

Festivities are from 4-8pm, it will get dark so bring a torch! This is a no bang bonfire night, but the woodland will get a UV makeover, including free glowsticks for all entrants, UV facepainting and a kids' rave. There will also be live music, BBQ and a bar.

Tickets: £7.50 (under 12s go free), available online

Firework Display at The Recreation Ground, Bitton

Friday 29 October, The Recreation Ground, Bath Road, Bitton, BS30 6HX.

Gates open at 6pm, fireworks start at 7pm.

Presented by Bitton Football Club there will be a bar, plus burgers and hotdogs for sale, at this fireworks display.

Adult £6
Children (aged three to 15) £4
OAP £4
Family ticket (two adults & 2 children) £15

Advanced tickets are available from the venue or call 0117 932 3222.

St Ursula’s, Westbury-on-Trym

Sunday 5 November, Brecon Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol BS9 4DT.

Gates open at 6pm, fireworks from 7pm.

There will be a bar, BBQ and various stalls. Sparklers are not allowed at this event.

Tickets: £5 for adults and children (under 2s go free). 

Henleaze Infant School, Henleaze

Friday 3 November, The Park Grove entrance, BS9 4LG.

Gates open at 6pm, displays begins at 7pm.

A family fireworks event - food & drink available includinghot dogs (vegetarian option available), a cash-only bar, hot chocolate, mulled wine and other refreshments.

Adults £5 (earlybird £4)
Children £3 (earlybird £2)
Pre-schoolers free.

Tickets will be available on the gate, and in advance from The Eastfield Inn & Chandos Deli on Henleaze High Street. For group tickets contact

Knowle Cricket Club Fireworks Display, Knowle

Friday 3 November, Knowle Cricket Club, Broad Walk, Bristol, Bristol, BS4 2QN.

Celebrate Bonfire Night at this annual family-friendly event next to Broadwalk Shopping Centre. Food and drink will be available. 

Adult £5
Children £3
Family ticket (two adults & 2 children) £15

Tickets are available on the gate.

BTRA Sports Ground Fireworks Display, Stockwood

Sunday 5 November, BTRA Sports Ground, BTRA Sports Ground, Stockwood Lane, Bristol BS14 8SJ

Gates open at 5:30pm, fireworks will start at 7pm.

Fully licenced bar and BBQ food available. 

Adults £6.00
Kids £3.00
Family ticket (2 adults + 2 kids) £15.00.

Fireworks Night at The Chantry, Thornbury

Friday 3 November, The Chantry, 52 Castle Street, Thornbury, BS35 1HB.

Doors open at 6pm, with the fireworks starting at 7pm.

In addition to the fireworks display, hot dogs and mulled wine will be on sale, as well as usual drinks from the bar.

Adult £4 advance (£4.50 on the door)
Children £2.50 (£3 on the door)

Advanced tickets are available from The Chantry office or the Town Hall.

Bradley Stoke Fireworks Display

Sunday 5 November, Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road, Bradley Stoke.

Free, but donations are encouraged. Gates open at 4pm and firework display starts at 6pm.

Compass Point Fireworks Display, Bedminster

Saturday 4 November, Compass Point, Bedminister, Bristol, Bristol, BS3 3AU.

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