Riverside Fireworks

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04 November 2018

The gates for Riverside Fireworks will open at 4.30pm and the display will begin at 6.30pm.

£5, children under 6 go free!

Chester-le-Street Riverside Fireworks returns this year with a circus themed event featuring a spectacular fully choreographed fireworks display accompanied by a musical extravaganza of songs from the hit musical The Greatest Showman.

The event will once again feature a whole host of entertainment for all the family with a funfair, food and refreshments, a fully licensed bar and a kids fancy dress competition!

Building on the success of previous events, organisers Stanley Events are delighted to welcome the fantastic Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist Jamie Lee Harrison and outstanding live three-piece band Jennison who will provide live music at this year’s event.

The event which takes place on Sunday 4th November at Riverside Park, Chester-le-Street is now in its third year. Carl Marshall, Director of Stanley Events, said: “This event has grown year on year and is now one of the biggest organised displays in the region, this year looks set to be another great event with a brilliant theme, some great bands, family entertainment and a massive range of food and drink.”

The gates for Riverside Fireworks will open at 4.30pm on the 4th November and the display will begin at 6.30pm. Tickets are available to buy now from: www.riversidefireworks.co.uk at £5, and children under 6 go free! There are a limited number of on-site parking spaces available. With demand expected to be extremely high, organisers Stanley Events are urging people to buy early to avoid disappointment.

The event is held in partnership with The Fire Fighters Charity.

For more information and updates on entertainment, you can find details on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RiversideParkFireworks and www.riversidefireworks.co.uk.


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