Spectacular fireworks lift off summer nights in Great Yarmouth

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Thursday, July 17, 2014
9:48 PM

The summer nights will be lit up with a spectacular fireworks display on Great Yarmouth seafront every Wednesday for six weeks.

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Starting next week, ummer Wednesdays mean seafront attractions stay open until 10pm, so visitors can play crazy golf in the moonlight, wander round the illuminated Merrivale Model Village, enjoy thrills at the Pleasure Beach, or listen to free live music at the Sea Life Centre Gardens from 8pm, before watching the fireworks.

The live music dates are:

July 23: Solo, Emily Creed, band The Collective

July 30: Solo Joanna Power, band: Midlife Crisis

August 6: Solo Annika Rands, band Ignite

August 13: Solo Chelsea Francis, band Claire Barker Band

August 20: Solo Tamsin Palmer, band Captain Scarlet

August 27: Solo Gemma B, band Joe Ringer Band

For more details, contact Great Yarmouth Tourist Information Centre on 01493 846346, www.great-yarmouth.co.uk.


  • V strikes me as the kind of chap who moves next to a gig venue, or a football stadium, and then complains about the noise. It's a seaside town, V. I imagine the tourist industry was alive and well when you moved there. And if I'm right, you're out in Bradwell anyway. Nice of you to worry for the sake of others' welfare though!?

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    Tuesday, July 22, 2014

  • Wot ever they do in Yarmouth , the place is still a dive

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    Saturday, July 19, 2014

  • grafter. You have taken what I said out of context. It about the noise. Surely the residents are allowed peaceful enjoyment of their property, without the noise of these fireworks. Has the council asked permission for this to happen as, I understand it, if you want fireworks, say at a wedding reception, then the venue has to get permission. Have the council or seafront parasites sort the views of the residence about this or are they just to be forced upon people just to keep the holidaymakers happy ?

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    Friday, July 18, 2014

  • Somewhat more cheerful that the sound of gun fire and sirens. Finally an excellent well support event in GY that we can all look forward too.

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    Paul Morley

    Friday, July 18, 2014

  • Oh "V" you are such a happy chappy aren't you. It's your seafront as well, there is nothing stopping you using it and enjoying events for FREE just like everyone else....locals and holidaymakers alike !!

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    Friday, July 18, 2014

  • So its back then is it ?. The yearly thunderous noise from fireworks, the frightened pets and animals, the young children being kept awake and all to keep the holidaymakers and the seafront parasites happy. What about the locals then GYBC ?. Dont we count ?. Obviously not.

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    Friday, July 18, 2014

  • also eastcoast pirates car club will have cars on display at joyland american diner every wednesday evenings.

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    Friday, July 18, 2014

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