Don't miss out there will not be any for sale at the event
The spectacular Battersea Park fireworks display – hailed as one of the Capital’s finest – will be on November 3.
This year for the first time all tickets must be bought in advance - none will be available on the door. This is to prevent overcrowding and ensure spectators can enjoy the display in safety.
The theme will be London Celebrations and the display will be fired by award-winning pyrotechnicians Pains Fireworks.
Gates open at 6pm, the bonfire will be lit at 7.30pm and the display starts at 8pm. A large food court and bar will open from 6pm, offering a wide range of refreshments.
Wandsworth culture spokesman , Councillor Jonathan Cook, said:
"We are expecting Battersea Park to once again host one of the best fireworks displays seen in London. The safety and comfort of spectators is our priority, and we would urge anyone who wants to come along to what I am sure will be another fantastic event to ensure they buy their ticket in advance and travel by public transport."
Videos of last year's display can be seen by visiting Youtube.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Tickets bought up to October 28 - £6.50
Tickets bought up to November 2 - £8
Tickets bought on November 3 (subject to availability) - £10
Children under 10 years old are free, but will still need a ticket.
No tickets will be available on the night.
Tickets are available:
Online (£1 admin fee per transaction.)
By visiting Battersea Park Millennium Arena, 8am-7pm daily. In-person only.
By calling 020 8871 8677 (press option 4 to buy), between 9am-5pm Monday-Friday.
For further information, call 020 8871 8677.
For safety reasons, fireworks, sparklers, pets and glass bottles can not be brought into the park. The Metropolitan Police and the council's parks police will evict anyone found in possession of these.
October 5, 2012