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Glow jugglers, circus skills and live music treat for fireworks event

Glow jugglers, circus skills performers and top live singing talent will feature in a colourful evening of Swansea fireworks fun on Bonfire Night.

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Swansea Council is behind Swansea's Biggest Fireworks Display, which is being held at St Helen's on Sunday November 5.

Jermin Productions will be live on stage at the event, with local band Silver and local singer Nataya Bree Carrol also due to perform.

Other entertainment will include the Circus Eruption Stage School. The live entertainment will start at 5.30pm, with the fireworks display starting at 7pm.

Lower priced advance tickets are now available until Saturday November 4 - but following this, ticket prices on the day will be at full price. 

Cllr Robert Francis-Davies, Swansea Council's Cabinet Member for Culture, Tourism and Major Projects, said: "Swansea's Biggest Fireworks Display is the best of its kind in South West Wales.

"This family-friendly event offers a fantastic evening of fireworks and live entertainment in a safe, organised setting. It also costs less than your average home DIY display kit, which is over in minutes.

"With advance tickets giving the chance to save money up until Saturday November 4, I'd encourage people to make their purchases as soon as possible."

Tickets can either be bought from or by calling 01792 637300. They're also available from the Dylan Thomas Centre, Bishopston Sports Centre, Cefn Hengoed Leisure Centre, Morriston Leisure Centre, Penlan Leisure Centre and Penyrheol Leisure Centre.

Tickets bought from Derrick's Records are subject to a booking fee.

Car parking at the Recreation Ground will be free to ticket holders on a first come, first served basis. Additional car parking spaces will be available at the Brangwyn Hall or Guildhall car parks, with disabled car parking spaces at Victoria Park from Francis Street. Overflow car parking will also be available at the Civic Centre.

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