A touring fireworks event is coming back with a bang to a venue on the outskirts of Norwich for 2023.

Autumn Lights will be at the Norfolk Showground for its third consecutive year on Saturday, November 11, with the gates open from 4pm. 

There will be two fireworks displays, with one for children at 7.20pm and the finale, complete with a laser show, at 8.30pm. 

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There will also be a funfair and entertainment from DJ Ryan Swain and a live band, with glow and fire performers too. 

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Make an evening of it by tucking into tasty street food and buying drinks from the onsite bars.

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It is organised by brothers Ben and Oliver Webb and business partner John Lowery, who first launched the event in 2020 in Lincoln and York.

Parking at Autumn Lights is free and the event area will be signposted near the Showground. 

Tickets cost £12.50 for adults, £5 for children (aged 4-17), both plus a booking fee, and ages 3 and under go free at autumnlights.co.uk