Sparks In The Park 2018 Returns! Get Your Tickets Now!
Written by Joe Bloggs on 10th September 2018
Unfortunately for some, the gorgeous sunshine that was enjoyed by many this summer is fading, but cosy evenings, warm food and drink, and of course, Bonfire Night in Cardiff is something to look forward to!
If the Welsh city is the one for you this Bonfire Night, then Cardiff’s huge and annual firework event, Sparks In The Park returns this year!
Sparks In The Park will include two displays, one the entertain children, and another display later on which is known as the main display that caters for all guests!
If Cardiff is the place for you this Bonfire Night, then here is what you need to know…
WHERE IS IT SET?
2018’s Sparks In The Park will be hosted within Cardiff, the Welsh capital, where event planners are expecting around 20,000 people to come and visit to watch the sky light up for Bonfire Night.
Blackweir Fields, Bute Park, Cardiff, is where Wales’ biggest firework display will be situated, and hosted by Cardiff Round Table.
WHEN IS IT?
Saturday, 3rd of November is the date that Sparks In The Park will be returning to Cardiff city.
The event will be open for visitors at 4:30, and two displays will take place throughout the evening. The display for youngsters will begin at 5:45pm, and the main display for everyone will start at 7pm.
The displays are set to conclude around 8:30pm.
HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS?
The website evenbrite is where tickets for Sparks In The Park are available.
Whether e-tickets on smart phones, or printed tickets, both types of tickets will enable entrance to the display where tickets will be scanned at the gates of the event.
HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS?
It costs £5 for children between three and 16, though children under the age of three can attend the display for free. (Super early bird tickets can be bought now for £3.75).
Tickets for adults will cost £10 (£7.50 for an early bird ticket).
There will also be family tickets (early bird) available which will cost £18.75, or £25 as a normal purchase when not bought within early bird stages.
Family tickets will include two adults and two children, or one adult and three children.
WHERE TO PARK?
The even doesn’t supply any specific parking spaces for visitors, but below is a link to the cheapest carparks in Cardiff’s city centre.
FOOD AND DRINK?
Several food and drink stalls will be available at the event that will be selling a selection of both different foods and drinks.
Questions about food and drink at the event can be seen on Sparks In The Parks Facebook page that will have all kinds off announcements about the event itself.
Though bringing your own alcohol is not allowed, stalls at the event will be selling alcohol for adults.