Viking Bay fireworks
A family fireworks show will take place at Viking Bay in Broadstairs on November 5.
The free event, organised by Broadstairs and St Peter’s Town Council, includes Abigail Cardwell and The Chris Kennedy Trio performing from 6pm to 7.45pm and then the display at 8pm.
November 5 from 6pm, hot food and drink, fireworks start at 7pm. Funded by Minster Parish Council.
Quex Park Fireworks and Bonfire
The event takes place on November 6 and will have two displays.
Starting at 6pm, the first display has a mix of fireworks that are perfect for families, with noise restrictions in place and no ground fireworks. Following the conclusion of the first display, the bonfire is lit and the apt theme of Queen’s The Show Must Go On will begin, with a tribute band then the second display set to music – be ready for lots of loud fireworks and plenty of drama!
From 3pm – Gates open with car park open from 2pm
3-4pm – Live music from Paradigm
From 6pm – First firework display (not set to music)
From 6.30pm – Bonfire lit (subject to weather conditions)
From 6.45pm – Queen Tribute Band ‘Majesty’
From 7.30pm – Second firework display (Celebrating Queen) – A celebration of the fabulous music of Queen.
9pm – Event closes
Tickets Online (The funfair is not included in the ticket price)
Child (5 – 15 years) £13
Under 5’s 50p (booking fee) (must have ticket for safety requirements)
Family £50.50 (2 adults, 2 children)
1 x Carer and Assisted Adult £22.75* (Additional carers must purchase adult ticket)
1 x Carer and Assisted Child £21.25* (Additional carers must purchase adult ticket)
From the following outlets (cash only) Quex Barn, Quex Park, Park Lane, Birchington, Kent CT7 0BB/ The Schoolwear Centre, 56 Addington Street, Margate, Kent CT9 1QS/ MK Accountancy, 23 King Street, Ramsgate, Kent, CT11 8NP
Let me think about it, free one at broadstairs or 50 quid at quex. No brainer !
with covid cases still rising in Thanet why would any one even contemplate attending any of these displays?
People can attend these events as they are outside,so will be unlikely to contract the virus.. We have to take more care now, but for our mental health we need normality.
I fully agree with you, it’s an outdoor event, we need some normality, especially the children. I’m going with my daughter and singing at the top of our voices to Queen. “The show must go on”