Bang & Crackle Goes Cardiff! Our best pick of Cardiff’s firework displays for 2016

Bang & Crackle Goes Cardiff! Our best pick of Cardiff’s firework displays for 2016

cardiff fireworks 2016

It’s time to wrap up warm and gaze towards the heavens for some awesome explosions of beauty! Now Halloween is over, we can turn our attention to building bonfires and setting fire to pyrotechnics.

Get your thermos of hot chocolate ready, practice your finest oohs and aahs and read on to find our list of the top firework extravaganzas going on in Cardiff this year.

cardiff fireworks 2016

Sparks in the Park

Undoubtedly the best display in the city, head to Cooper’s Field in Bute Park for a guaranteed spectacle. As the most popular event in town, this year’s event is ticket only so make sure you get yours ahead of time to avoid disappointment on the night!

Saturday 5th November – 16:30 – Cooper’s Field, Bute Park

Glamorgan Wanderers

Halloween and bonfire night combined! This is a great one for families with Halloween fancy dress, face painting and a disco for the children plus fireworks a-plenty!

Friday 4th November – 17:30 – Glamorgan Wanderers RFC

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Celtic Manor Resort

With a funfair, live music and plenty to keep the kids occupied, this fireworks display ticks all the boxes. Make sure you plan ahead for this ticketed event.

Saturday 5th November – 16:30 – The Golf Academy, Celtic Manor Resort

Whitchurch Golf Club

A great local display with something for all the family. One for those looking to celebrate on the Friday night.

Friday 4th November – 19:00 -Whitchurch Golf Club

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Caerphilly Castle

Make a short trip over to magnificent Caerphilly Castle for a fireworks display to remember! The display starts at 7pm sharp so make sure you’re there nice and early to watch as the castle lights up with each magical bang!

Saturday 5th November – 19:00 – Caerphilly Castle

 
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