Wandsworth Council’s official display will brighten up the skies on Saturday evening! Award-winning pyrotechnicians have crafted an impressive 22-minute display, all set to music.
When to arrive
Gates open at 6 pm, bonfire lighting is at 7.30pm and the fireworks begin at 8 pm. Food stalls and entertainment will be running from 6 pm ’til late for kids and adults alike. The doors close at 8 pm sharp—so don’t be late! There are no card facilities on site so remember to bring some change for snacks and treats.
Getting tickets for Battersea Park Fireworks
Tickets can only be purchased online in advance. Though there are 50,000 spots they sell out every year. So be sure to grab yours early.
The Super early bird tickets have sold out, but as of September 9 regular early bird tickets are still available for £8.50. Once that ship has sailed, a regular ticket will cost you £10.00 plus booking fee. Under 10s are free but they’ll still need tickets. These need to be booked alongside an adult ticket.
Battersea Park Fireworks after party
This year also marks the first official Battersea Park Fireworks afterparty. The venue is Evolution—the park’s multi-purpose stage and events room. You can book your place alongside regular tickets on the website. With live music, bars and food, the party is slated to end around 1 am. Alas, Battersea Park Station isn’t part of the 24-hour weekend overground zone, so be sure to plan your route home in advance.