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World Fireworks Championship Blackpool

World Fireworks Championship Blackpool

WHAT: Blackpool World Fireworks Championships
WHERE: Tower Festival Headland, Promenade,
Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 4BJ
WHEN: Friday the 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th September 2017
WHAT TIME: The event starts 7:30pm and fireworks fired at 8:30pm (weather permitting)
WHY: Firework Competition
COST: Free of charge

The skies above Blackpool will be lit up by more than just the lights during the world fireworks Championships throughout September this year.

Make sure you are there early to pick your spot anywhere along the promenade and be prepared to be dazzled and amazed by the spectacular displays put on by some of the best pyrotechnic teams from all over the world.

This event has become one of the most popular shows in the UK due to the fantastic performances by each group year on year.

Bring along all of the family and make a full weekend of it with plenty more to do and see in Blackpool or check out the http://www.visitblackpool.com/ website for more ideas.

Dates for your diary

Friday 8th September - Super Power - Poland

Friday 15th September - Brezac Artifices - France

Friday 22nd September - Fireworks for Africa - South Africa

Friday 29th September - Celebration Display by UK and Winner Announcement

Pick a night to suit you or even maybe 2 and get planning today to avoid missing out on this stunning event in 2017.

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