Wimbledon and Morden
The London borough of Merton’s ever popular shows are back for 2022.
Choose from one of two shows per venue: an earlier show more suitable for families with ‘feel good/pop’ music and a later show with a Kings and Queens music theme.
On Friday 4th of November, Wimbledon Park will be hosting a fireworks display and the next day Saturday 5th Morden park will be hosting another amazing display.
Arrive early to sample their street food village with a mouth-watering selection of food and drink & as usual the Funfair also on site.
Full info can be found here: Merton Fireworks 22
Tickets can be bought from: Here
Running order 2022
- 5.15pm – Gates and funfair open
- 6.45pm – First fireworks show (more suitable for young children)
- 8.30pm – Second fireworks show
- 10.00pm – Funfair closes
- No sparklers, fireworks, food, drink, dogs or alcohol to be brought into the venue.
- Disabled parking parking at South Thames College for the Morden show.
- You need a ticket to the display to enter the site including the funfair.
- You can only attend the show that you have booked tickets for.
- Refunds, lost tickets and ticket transfer information can be viewed here.
- If you cannot print your ticket a PDF on your phone will be accepted.
- Tickets are not for sale at the venues.
- There are no cash machines at the venues. All vendors have been instructed to take both cash and card
- Children under 4 years of age do not need a ticket.
- No dogs, except guide dogs allowed.
- There is no wheelchair access, except to the car parks in Wimbledon and outside Morden Park House at Morden.
- No re-entry
Working towards a carbon neutral and more sustainable event
Pains Fireworks are back again and are fully committed to helping us to make our events more sustainable. This year they will be helping in the following ways.
- Calculating the carbon output of all fireworks and flames used within the display and making a donation to Just One Tree (justonetree.life) in order to offset the carbon footprint of the show.
- Switching some of their purchasing to European manufacturers, saving the carbon which might be used to ship goods from China where fireworks have traditionally been made.
- Working with a product supplier to set up a tube recycling system for some of the plastic tubes used within the display which used to be ‘single-use’. These get returned to the supplier for recycling, which we understand might be the first system of it’s kind in the firework industry.