Get ready for sparklers and some fantastic upcoming firework displays in and around the city, including the first at Sincil Bank stadium in over a decade.
The Lincolnite has put together a list of highlights to look out for to celebrate Bonfire Night in October and November.
Back With A Bang – Sincil Bank
Update on November 5: Please note the event is now sold out, but check the schedule of the evening here, with lots of activities planned outside the firework display.
Lincoln City Football Club will be hosting ‘Back With A Bang’. It will be the first firework display at the home of the Imps in over a decade.
Refreshments will be available in the Travis Perkins Suite and Red Imp bar, as well as a number of food outlets in the club’s University of Lincoln Fan Zone. There will be live entertainment in the University of Lincoln Fan Zone from local band Stolen Fridays. Gates to the Fan Zone open at 5.30pm.
Where: Sincil Bank football stadium
When: Tuesday, November 5 (display begins at 7.30pm)
Cost: Adult – £5 for non-season ticket holders, £4 for season ticket holders; Concessions (Under-16s) – £3 (NST), £2 (ST); Family (Two Adults, Two Concessions) – £14 (NST), £11 (ST) – click here to purchase tickets.
Firework Spectacular at Sir Francis Hill
Fireworks, fairground rides and food as the annual bonfire night returns with a bang.
Where: Sir Francis Hill Primary School, Bristol Drive, Lincoln
When: Tuesday, November 5 (5.30pm-8.30pm)
Cost: Adult £5, Child (Under-16) £3, Family (2 adults, 1 child) £12
Ingham bonfire night
A village fireworks display, with food and refreshments on sale in the hall from 6.30pm. No sparkers are allowed, but the village pre-school will be selling glow sticks on the night.
Where: Ingham village hall and car park
When: Tuesday, November 5 (gates open at 6.15pm, bonfire lit 7pm, fireworks at 7.30pm)
Cost: Adults £5, children £4 (under 5s free), family ticket £15 (two adults, two children)
Lincolnshire Showground Extravaganza
Lincolnshire Showground will host Fireworks at the Showground with a Halloween theme in October.
There will be family entertainment, live music, amusements, local hot food stands and two spooktacular firework displays set to music. The fireworks will be provided by award-winning Fuse Fireworks.
There will be a low noise, bang-less display for children at 6.30pm before the main 20-minute pyrotechnic display at 8pm. Visitors will be welcomed by host Rob Hammond.
Where: Lincolnshire Showground
When: Saturday, October 26 (gates open at 4pm)
Cost: Advanced tickets are £9 for adults, £6 for children and £24 for a family. Tickets can also be purchased on the gate priced at £10 for adults, £7 for children and £27 for a family. VIP tickets are also available to watch the display from the Epic Centre, with access to an exclusive bar and viewing terrace (adults £18, children £15). Click here or call 01522 522900 to buy tickets.
Lincoln Rugby Club fireworks display
Where: Lincoln Rugby Club, Lodge Lane, Nettleham
When: Friday, November 1 (gates open 6pm, display at 7.30pm)
Cost: Tickets cost £5 or family/group tickets (admits four) are priced at £16
In addition to the popular firework display there will be fun fair rides, including a Bucking Bronco, and inflatable slides. Hot food will be available and the bar is open all night.
There will also be a DJ disco in the clubhouse for anyone who wants to dance the night away.
Lindum Firework Display
Lindums Sports Association is ready to put on another great display after last year’s success, which included fire artists, music and food.
Lindum Hockey Club will once again be supporting the event, alongside the Lindum’s other member clubs on St Giles Avenue, including the cricket and squash clubs. The bar will be selling hot and cold drinks. Food will also be available.
Where: Lindum Sports Association on St Giles Avenue, just off Wragby Road in Lincoln
When: Sunday, November 3 (gates open at 5pm, display starts at 6.30pm)
Cost: Adults £5, Children under 16 £4, Family of four (two adults, two children) £15
Harmston Young Farmers Bonfire Night
This free annual event is held by Harmston Young Farmer’s club for the village and the wider community.
There will be hot food, drinks and sweet treats available. Donations will be collected throughout the evening to go towards a chosen charity. Parking is available at the site, which will be signposted once you arrive at Harmston Village.
Where: Harmston Village
When: Wednesday, November 6 (7pm-10pm)
Cost: Free (donations will be collected)
Are you hosting a special fireworks night in Lincoln? Get in touch with the details via [email protected] to be included in the list.