Battersea Park Fireworks 2016

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Saturday 5 November, Battersea Park

Tickets on sale in September 2016

One of the biggest highlights of the year in Wandsworth and across London, is the annual Battersea Park Fireworks display. A great night for families and friends, with lots of entertainment and fun. This year’s display will be set to music, fired by the award-winning Jubilee Fireworks.

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Remember, remember the fifth of November.

Event timings

6pm Gates, entertainment, bar and food open
8pm Gates close, no further entry
8.10pm Fireworks

Remember, remember…

  • No entry after 8pm
  • Advance tickets only – there will be no tickets for sale on the gates
  • Do not bring:
    • Fireworks
    • Sparklers
    • Animals or pets
    • Glass bottles
  • Bag searches will be in place

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Wandsworth Council’s Battersea Park fireworks display is managed and delivered by Enable’s Events Team.


Get your tickets early, last year we sold out in record time! Tickets will be available online in September 2016 on this page.

How to get here:

Do not travel by car

There is no parking available in Battersea Park or in the surrounding streets during the event. Road closures will be in place in many of the surrounding main roads from 5pm until approximately 9.30pm.

All vehicles must leave the park by 3pm on the night of the fireworks. Any remaining vehicles will be towed.

Public transport: You are strongly advised to use public transport, the roads become very busy around the park.

Trains & Tube Stations

  • Battersea Park – 5 mins walk to Rosery Gate
  • Queenstown Road – 5 mins walk to Rosery Gate
  • Clapham Junction – 20 mins walk to Sun Gate
  • Sloane Square – 20 mins walk to Chelsea Gate
  • Pimlico – 20 mins walk to Chelsea Gate
  • Victoria Station – 25 mins walk to Chelsea Gate
  • Vauxhall – 20 mins walk to Rosary Gate


  • 19 (Finsbury Park – Battersea Bridge)
  • 44 (Victoria – Tooting)
  • 49 (Clapham Junction – White City)
  • 137 (Streatham Hill – Oxford Circus)
  • 170 (Victoria – Roehampton)
  • 319 (Steatham Hill – Sloane Square)
  • 344 (Clapham Junction – New Cross Gate)
  • 345 (Peckham – South Kensington)
  • 452 (Wandsworth Road Station – Kensal Rise)

Check your journey before travelling, including announcements from TfL, Southern Railway, and South West Trains.


All gates are accessible. The designated disabled access route is via Alexandra Gate, Prince of Wales Drive. 

You can also apply for a free ticket for your carer. If you have any questions about accessibility or the facilities for disabled visitors, please contact us.


We are currently looking for sponsors for our 2016 event. Please contact us to find out moreWe’d like to thank our 2015 sponsors Berkeley Homes and Greenland‘s The Ram Quarter for their support.