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Harrow Fireworks Display: Huge event announced to celebrate Diwali and Bonfire Night

Excitement is building in Harrow as the 2023 annual Harrow Fireworks Display approaches on November 4th, with thousands of residents expected to attend.

The event is set to return to Byron Park, Wealdstone again for their annual celebration that has been one of the highlights on the Harrow events calendar for over a decade now.

The highlight of the evening is the spectacular Fireworks Display set to music, sure to awe attendees of all ages. Starting off the night is the pre-warm up show by Fizz Kids Shows and Entertainment, a performance that blends magic, singing, and comedy for the entire family.

Guests can enjoy the diverse selection of rides at the Funfair, while food enthusiasts can savor a variety of cuisines, from classic favorites to international delights, including special Diwali festival food.

Over the coming weeks, Harrow Online will be taking a look at all the attractions and offerings of this years display, make sure you stay tuned for more info.

Harrow Fireworks Display: Huge event announced to celebrate Diwali and Bonfire Night Harrow Online

Tickers for the event are on sale now, with VIP tickets offering exclusive privileges, including queue jumps, a glow toy for kids, a meal ticket, and a free ride token. VIP ticket holders also get the best view for the fireworks display.

David Silber, organiser of the Harrow Fireworks Display, said, “We are excited to be coming back to Byron Park again for another year’s display on November 4th.

“This year will be bigger and better than before, there will be more food, more fun and the whole team look forward to welcoming everyone in Harrow to celebrate Diwali and Bonfire Night in one huge celebration in a few weeks time.”

Byron Park is located at HA3 7QX in Harrow. Please note that Byron Park car park will be closed and parking will be limited to residents and emergency vehicles only on surrounding roads, making it advisable to opt for public transport to get to the display.

Gates open at 12pm with free entry until 3pm, leading up to the pre-show at 7.30pm, followed by the fireworks display. Please note that no cards will be accepted at the gate.

For more information, and to book your tickets now check out https://harrowfireworks.co.uk/buy-tickets/

Harrow Fireworks Display: Huge event announced to celebrate Diwali and Bonfire Night Harrow Online