Harrow Fireworks Display has announced that the event will go ahead on Saturday 5th November 2022 at Byron Recreation Ground, Wealdstone.
The event is free of charge to the public provided you arrive between the hours of 12:00 – 3pm but tickets will be available both online and at the gate after that. The event, which has been described as a ‘celebration of culture’ marks both Diwali and Guy Fawkes night celebrations in one gigantic display that is one of the largest in North London.
Harrow Fireworks manager, David Silber said: “Our Fireworks display will kick off at approximately 7.45pm! If you want to ensure a good viewing spot and join us for daytime entertainment, we recommend arriving very early. You can expect long queues from 6.30pm, so if you are travelling with small children and do not want to wait, we strongly advise arriving with plenty of time to spare. Come and experience bonfire night and Diwali in Brent, Wembley, Harrow and Greater London as you have never experienced it before, as we bring culture and tradition together with modern trends and entertainment.”
The annual Harrow event is celebrating its 11th anniversary and to celebrate, more budget is being put behind the firework display itself.
Attendees can expect a twenty-minute firework display, pre-comedy and magic with fizz kids entertainment and a full-size funfair. In addition, there will be plenty of food stalls and a fully licenced bar.
Discounted tickets are available at https://www.harrowfireworks.co.uk and on the door (cash only) on the night. The event will be held at Byron Recreation Ground, Peel Road, Wealdstone, HA3 7QX.
David added: “At the Harrow Fireworks festival we are happy to invite surrounding boroughs like Brent, Barnet and Hillingdon to celebrate a fantastic fun-filled night celebrating Diwali and Guy Fawkes night. We will celebrate love and culture for all that attend this wonderful event, now in its 11th year. You are invited to join the community as we celebrate this fantastic event at one of London’s largest fireworks displays.”