It’s your last chance to get tickets for Downend Round Table Firework Display

It’s your last chance to get tickets for Downend Round Table Firework Display

Posted on: 01 Nov 2019

One of the city's largest firework displays, Downend Round Table Fireworks, is happening tonight. Act now to secure one of the last remaining tickets.


This year's Downend Round Table Fireworks display will take place from 17:30 to 20:30 on Friday 1 November, with a range of displays set to dazzle Bristol crowds.


There's a few ticket options: Adult tickets are £7 (Ages 16+) and Child tickets are £5 (Ages 3-15). You can save money with a Family ticket at £20 for two adults and two children.

Downend Firework Display

This year also sees the return of the very special VIP package, priced at just £15 per person. The package includes a fantastic view of the fireworks from the exclusive VIP area, a VIP wristband, an alcoholic or soft drink on arrival, a glow in the dark toy for kids, snacks, a loan of a blanket or umbrella (for if the weather takes a turn) and more. VIP passes are limited to 200 total for this year's event, so act fast to secure yours before they're gone. 


The Downend Round Table Fireworks events are continuing their hard work for charity in 2019, with Network Counselling & Training selected as the main beneficiary.


Network aims to promote physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health and wellbeing through the provision of professional and affordable counselling and related services. The organisation also provide a range of educational and training opportunities to further personal, psychological and spiritual development.


The Round Table Fireworks display raises thousands for charity every year, so why not go along and do your bit for a worthy cause. 


Tickets for the 2019 Downend Round Table Fireworks display on Friday 1 November are on sale now. Get yours hereFor more information or to follow event updates, visit the Round Table website or check out this year's Facebook event listing.

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Matt Robson

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