Kent’s Fantastic Fireworks

Brands Hatch Race Circuit 

Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 November 

Brands Hatch will end another busy season with a ‘bang’ when Truck Racing and Fireworks returns with a main race day on Bonfire Night. Sparks will fly with headline races from the British Truck Racing Championship (BTRC) alongside one of the South East’s best fireworks displays. 

The fireworks (on Sunday only) will be accompanied by a twilight convoy of show trucks in a spectacle unique to Brands Hatch. Sunday is very likely to sell out in advance, so it’s essential to book in advance if you wish to attend*.

In addition to five BTRC races across the weekend, there will be a full support race programme and a range of off-track entertainment for all ages. Under 13s go FREE. Book tickets at: 

Kent Life Fireworks Spectacular, Cobtree Manor Park

4 November (gates open 3pm)

Following some fabulous fire performances, join Kent Life with the countdown to their spectacular firework display to mark the end of a great season and the beginning of our winter festivities. Join them for a spectacular 80s-themed firework show, where the sky will be illuminated with vibrant bursts of nostalgia, accompanied by iconic music hits from the decade, creating an electrifying atmosphere that will transport you back in time. Don’t miss this explosive event that promises to be a dazzling display of lights, colours and memories.

The evening will be entertaining for all ages with activities including children’s fairground rides (cash only), glow sticks galore, a licensed bar and food concessions.

During the afternoon (before fireworks), enjoy the free entertainment at Kent Life including indoor and outdoor play areas, tractor rides, the vintage buildings and animal feeding sessions. Book tickets at:

Fireworks Spectacular at Orpington Golf Centre

3 November (gates open 5pm)

Prepare to be amazed at the Orpington Golf Centre fireworks spectacular! A fun, family friendly fireworks night event in the beautiful grounds of Orpington Golf Centre, Bromley, this event is sure to wow the whole family. There’s lots for everyone to enjoy including a live DJ, delicious hot and cold food including hot dogs and burgers, sweet treats including candy floss and popcorn, fully licensed bar and soft drinks, plus plenty of free parking. Book tickets at:

Leeds Castle Fireworks Spectacular

4 & 5 November (gates open at 2pm)

This incredibly popular event combines fireworks to make you ‘oooh’ and ‘ahhh’, and music that you will want to sing and dance to all night long to your favourite movie soundtracks. Get ready to watch in awe as the mesmerising fireworks show lights up the sky, and as a complementing full production of music, projections and lasers bring the castle to life.

Arrive at 2pm to enjoy the use of the castle’s grounds including the maze, play areas and adventure golf. Take scenic strolls around the Culpeper Garden and Lady Baillie Mediterranean Garden’s terraces. Be sure to wrap up warm! Throughout the day and evening, get into the party atmosphere as you experience the live music. Sample delicious street food serving British and internationally themed food and drink, and make family memories as you have fun at the fairground.

At 5.30pm, everyone will gather for the ever-popular grand firework display. With accompanying music, there will be something for all to enjoy during the captivating showcase as fireworks whiz and whirl across the sky. Book tickets at:

Quex Park Fireworks and Bonfire, Birchington

4 November 

This year’s amazing event is under new management with the support of previous organisers, Kent Events. Destined to be an unforgettable experience for everyone, watch as these maestros light the sky with thrilling fireworks that will leave you in awe in the lovely surroundings of historic Quex Park. Book tickets at:

Cornwallis Fireworks, Maidstone

3 November (gates open at 5pm)

Classic family friendly town fireworks display complete with hotdogs, burgers and hot drinks from local vendors. For tickets and more information, visit:

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