London’s Biggest Fireworks Display is Back

Published: Friday, September 6, 2019

Tickets are on sale for Wandsworth Council’s 2019 Battersea Park Fireworks, in partnership with Battersea Power Station

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Wandsworth Council’s Battersea Park Fireworks will be back to light up the skies of the capital on Saturday 2 November 2019.

Taking place in one of London’s most iconic parks, the annual fireworks display is the city’s biggest and attracts visitors from across the globe. This year’s event is expected to welcome 50,000 people and offer spectators a 22-minute show like no other from award-winning pyro-technicians, Jubilee Fireworks.

 Gates open at 6pm and preshow entertainment will begin at 7pm. The bonfire will be lit at 7.30pm by the Mayor of Wandsworth, Councillor Jane Cooper, followed by the fireworks at 8pm. Please note, we encourage everyone to arrive by 7.30pm to allow for bag checks and ticket scanning. There will be no entry after 8pm.

Wandsworth Council’s Cabinet Member Community Services and Open Spaces, Councillor Steffi Sutters says: “The Battersea Park fireworks display in partnership with Battersea Power Station is always a spectacular event. Tickets always sell fast, so make sure you don’t miss out.

New for 2019 is the Battersea Park Fireworks Afterparty. The Afterparty will be held within the park at Battersea Evolution and will go on to the early hours of 1am. It is an exclusive partying experience available to Battersea Park Fireworks ticket holders only. (Must be purchased with a Battersea Park Fireworks ticket, over 18’s only).


Explore the first chapter of Battersea Power Station’s Regeneration

Circus West Village, the first phase in the redevelopment of the iconic Battersea Power Station and one of London’s most exciting food and drink destinations is now open and only a short walk from Battersea Park.

Head over to this vibrant riverside neighbourhood in Nine Elms before or after the fireworks to enjoy the many independent and design-led bars, restaurants and shops that call it home. From delicious Italian dishes at Fiume, where Francesco Mazzei is Chef Patron, to warming modern Indian cuisine at Cinnamon Kitchen and brilliant British seafood at Wright Brothers. If you are coming with children enjoy a super sourdough pizza at Mother or for those on a date it’s got to be Megan’s, which was recently voted one of South London’s most romantic restaurants, followed by a film at Archlight cinema.

Watching fireworks can be thirsty work. Enjoy locally brewed craft beers and homemade toasties at Battersea Brewery or warm up with rich reds and crisp whites at Vagabond, one of the UK’s first urban wineries. Book now to enjoy dinner and drinks with friends and family before or after the show.

Travelling to Battersea Park and Circus West Village couldn’t be easier. Why not hop on board one of the MBNA Thames Clippers River Bus Services to Battersea Power Station pier – only a 15 minute journey from Embankment, 20 minutes from Blackfriars and 40 minutes from Canary Wharf. The riverside destination is also easily accessible by bus, bike, car, train and tube.  

Tickets for the event sell out in advance and are only available online at for further information please visit:


  • Super Early Bird: £7.00 + booking fee SOLD OUT
  • Early Bird: £8.50 + booking fee
  • Standard: £10.00 + booking fee
  • Children aged 10 and under go free but must have a ticket - these can be booked online when purchasing an adult ticket.
  • Afterparty (18+): £10.00 + booking fee



Notes to the editor:

Wandsworth Council’s Battersea Park Fireworks, proudly in partnership with Battersea Power Station.

Name: Battersea Park Fireworks

Event Date: Saturday 2 November 2019

Time: Gates open for food, drink and entertainment at 6pm. Bonfire is lit at 7.30pm. Please arrive by 7.30pm for ticket scanning and bag searches. There is no entry after 8pm as the fireworks start promptly.

Location: Battersea Park, SW11 4NJ

How to get there: Please plan your journey in advance and allow plenty of time for bag searches and ticket scanning

Tube - Sloane Square Underground Station; National Rail - Battersea Park Station or Queenstown Road Station; Buses - 19, 44, 49, 137, 170, 319, 344, 345, 452

MBNA Thames Clippers River Bus at Battersea Power Station Pier

For further information visit the website:


Instagram: @BatterseaParkLondon

Twitter: @BatterseaPrkLdn        

Facebook: @BatterseaParkLdn

  • No tickets available on the gates, tickets must be bought in advance from the website/
  • Fireworks, sparklers, animals, and glass bottles are not permitted onsite.
  • Bag searches will be in place.
  • No food or drink permitted on site.
  • No parking available at the event, members of the public are strongly advised to use public transport.


About Battersea Power Station

 Battersea Power Station is one of central London’s largest, most visionary and eagerly anticipated new town centres in which roughly half the development will consist of shops, restaurants and office space. In addition, there will be a six-acre public park, a town square and a new tube station (scheduled to be within Zone 1).

The Battersea Power Station project covers 42 acres and includes 3.5m sq ft of mixed commercial space, together with 4,239 new homes.

The successful regeneration of Battersea Power Station will create 20,000 new jobs, inject £20bn into the UK economy and create a funding mechanism for the first major tube line extension since the Millennium. A new NHS medical facility is also being built.

The Battersea Academy for Skills & Employment (BASE), the development company’s bespoke jobs and training service created for those living locally, was launched in 2016. It is focused on matching people with jobs at Battersea as well as providing training relevant to the job pipeline at the development.

The wider Battersea Power Station development is owned by a consortium of Malaysian investors comprised of S P Setia (40%), Sime Darby Property (40%) and The Employees’ Provident Fund (20%), with the commercial assets within the Power Station building now being directly owned by Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) and EPF.

Management of the development is being undertaken by the British-based Battersea Power Station Development Company.

 Huge progress continues to be made on the restoration of the Power Station which is due to open to the public in 2021, with the third phase of the project, Electric Boulevard also well underway.

For more information about Battersea Power Station, please visit and follow @BatterseaPwrStn to keep up to date with the latest news and events.