This year’s Carlisle Fireshow will celebrate Cumberland, the area and its communities.
The sparkling event is organised by Cumberland Council and will be held in Bitts Park on Saturday 4 November, starting at 6.30pm.
There will be centre piece bonfire and more than 2,000 spectacular sparkling fireworks, set to music, will also light up the sky.
It will be the 34th Fireshow event to be held in Bitts Park and is the biggest event in the region attracting over 35,000 people. This year’s event is organised in conjunction with Merlin Fireworks Ltd.
This year’s event programme will include a fairground funfair in Castle car park (formerly known as Devonshire Walk car park) between Wednesday 25 and Sunday 29 October.
On the day of the Fireshow, there will be no fairground and Castle car park will change into a ‘Fireshow Village’, offering food and family entertainment to families attending the Fireshow between 5pm and 8.30pm.
Councillor Anne Quilter, Cumberland Council’s Executive Member for Vibrant and Healthy Places, said:
“This year’s event will celebrate the Cumberland area and its communities. As well as a 40-foot bonfire, there will thousands of fireworks and it is set to be must-see event not to be missed.”
Admission is free.
Carlisle Fireshow is a family event, and no alcohol will be permitted on site or within the Fireshow Village in Castle car park (formerly known as Devonshire Walk car park).