We can’t wait to welcome you for our Notts Street Food Fireworks Night event on Saturday 4 November, with Presenting Partner It’s in Nottingham.

All tickets for the event are now sold out, with no further tickets available either in advance or on the gate.

If you’re joining us, please read on for more information on how to make the most of your visit – and do be mindful that, for safety reasons, spectators are not permitted to bring their own fireworks, sparklers or alcohol into the venue.


Ticket information

Tickets for Fireworks Night are now sold out.

If you’ve already secured your tickets, they will now be available to download or print from the ‘my orders’ section of your ticketing account. Log into your account here, using the email address with which you placed your order.


Access and timings

The Dixon and TBI Gates of our venue will be flung open at 4.30pm, with a host of street food, drink and entertainment on offer from that time.

Our firework finale will then begin at 8.15pm, and last for approximately 10 minutes.

The event will conclude at 9.30pm.

Kindly note that we're unable to re-admit spectators once they have exited the venue.


Jump the queue

With a bumper crowd set to grace our venue, presenting partners It's in Nottingham are allowing those who download their It's in Nottingham app to skip the entry queue on the evening and enjoy fast-track access to the venue.

The app is a one-stop shop for events, offers, news and information about attractions, bars, events and entertainment across the city. Download the app for Apple devices here, and for Android devices here...




Should you prefer to travel by public transport, our venue is well-served by the city’s tram, train and bus networks.

Find more information below - and please do check timetables and travel information with your transport provider before making your way to Trent Bridge:



A host of Nottingham’s most celebrated street food traders will join us at the event, courtesy of Notts Street Food, including:



BAH BAH - @bahbahmezze

Michelin Star-trained Persian street food

Banquet 1415 - @banquet1415

Authentic Argentinian BBQ street food

Blend Coffee - @blendnottingham

Artisan coffee roasted in the heart of Notts

Block Party Bakery - @blockpartybakery

Independent Nottingham baked goods

Call It Snap - @callitsnapuk

Asian-inspired street food

Carolina’s Chilli - @carolinas_chilli

Vegan Tex-Mex

Dirty Chicken - @dirtychickenuk

Fried chicken specialists

District Coffee - @districtcoffeenottingham

Artisan coffee and locally sourced goods

Doughnotts - @doughnotts_official

Kings of doughnuts in Notts

Pellizco - @pellizcouk

Mexican-inspired street food

Prad Thai - @pradthai

Authentic Thai street food

Shoot The Bull - @shootthebulluk

Award-winning Wagyu & more

Syiok-Lah - @syioklah

Authentic Malaysian Street Food

Vegetarian Rasoi - @vegrasoi

Multi Award-winning Indian Street Food

Wawoo Mochi - @wawoo_mochi_donuts

Filipino Sweet Treats

Yelloyard - @theyelloyard 

Artisan Caribbean Cuisine 

Yums and Bean - @yums.cc

Sweet and savoury treats



A number of bars will be in operation during the event, including:

The Pavilion

Real ales, household-name lager, spirits and hot drinks in our the historic hallows of the Trent Bridge Pavilion

Clarke’s Crafty Ones

Premium craft ales from our favourite brewers and hot drinks, situated in the TBI Courtyard.

Barrel & Bean

Our full range of alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, teas and coffees, located in the TBI Courtyard.

The Sound Bar

Our container stage with live music performances and a fully-integrated bar

PKF Smith Cooper Concourse

A fully covered outdoors/indoors setup under the eaves of the Smith Cooper stand


Recycling your reusable cups

Delivered in conjunction with One Planet One Chance - the UK's only carbon-neutral reusable cup solution - supporters will be able to assist Trent Bridge’s efforts to become increasingly environmentally friendly with each drink they purchase.

An extra £1 charged on your first drink of the day will cover the cost of washing their cup for re-use, while you will receive a fresh eco-cup at no extra cost when returning your cup to make a new drinks purchase.

By dropping your cup into a deposit bin at the end of your visit, you will play a significant part in helping Trent Bridge to reduce plastic waste by ensuring cups can be re-used on future matchdays. Any surplus from the initial £1 will be donated to the Trent Bridge Community Trust. Find out more about where your money goes here…



Live music around the ground will provide the perfect accompaniment to festivities. For our younger visitors, a bouncy castle and disco will be available in the Ticket Office building.


What if it rains?

If the weather takes a turn for the worse, you’ll find cover in the concourse areas underneath the PKF Smith Cooper Stand, and inside the Pavilion Long Room.

The PKF Smith Cooper Stand does offer some covered seating from which to take in the fireworks display, but we do recommend bringing clothing for all eventualities, as this cover is limited.


Toilet and baby changing

Ample toilet facilities are located, and well signposted, in various locations around the ground.

Changing facilities are available in the Members’ Pavilion disabled toilets, as well as in the squash complex ladies’ toilets (access via the Ticket Office near the back entrance to the Pavilion).

The squash complex changing rooms can be made available upon request from a steward as further baby changing facilities accessible to men, or as a quiet feeding area.


First Aid

First Aid facilities will be available at the rear of the PKF Smith Cooper Stand. If you require assistance when in another area of the ground, please alert the nearest steward. 



Wheelchair viewing positions are available in front of, and at the top of, the PKF Smith Cooper Stand.


Junior wristbands

All spectators visiting with children can take advantage of our free wristband system. Simply collect your band from one of our gate stewards or volunteers.

On the reverse of your wrist band, where details are well hidden from view, simply complete the following information:

•    Parent/guardian’s name
•    Contact phone number whilst in the ground
•    Your stand and seat location
•    Date

These details will then help a steward reunite you with your child should you become separated or should he or she get lost around the ground.



Please be mindful that, for safety reasons, spectators are not permitted to bring their own fireworks, sparklers or alcohol into the venue. Security checks will be carried out on arrival.