Set to return for 2022, the amazing FREE event on Blackpool promenade was spread over 4 events in 2021.
2022 dates are hoped to be announced soon – but in the meantime, here’s information about previous years and how to best enjoy this incredibly popular series of events.
Blackpool Welcomes The Best Pyrotechnic Displays in the World
One of the biggest events in the North West is back for 2021 after a break in 2020 – with 4 weeks of fireworks fun on the World famous Blackpool Promenade.
Last year saw four countries take on each other for the title across 4 Saturdays:-
- Saturday 11th September 2021 – RUSSIA
- Saturday 25th September 2021 – IRELAND
- Saturday 9th October 2021 – GERMANY
- Saturday 23rd October 2021 – where the winner was announced – GERMANY
Usual Timings of the Event
The crowds will start to build from 7.30pm with the first fireworks fired at approximately 8.30pm
Whilst the famous Blackpool illuminations light up the whole of Blackpool Promenade, these amazing fireworks displays which are choreographed to music will light up the skies.
Getting to the Event
Traffic builds early and roads into Blackpool get very busy due to the sheer volume of traffic – Public transport is recommended.
If you are wishing to travel by car, visitors are advised to park n the southern car parks and use the trams to travel directly to the event.
The fireworks are fired from the North Pier – so for some of the best views of the displays – book your seats at the Viva Vegas Diner & Bar
Please remember all displays are subject to weather conditions, things could change at the last minute.
2021 World Fireworks Championships
The winners of the 2021 competition were Germany – with their amazing display captured from our roof online here
The finale was a stunning display by Titanium Pyrotechnics – captured on video from the roof of Viva Blackpool online here
2019 World Fireworks Championships
The winners of the 2019 competition were Ukraine – Dance of Fire and are still reigning champions beating off competition from Estonia and Canada.
To see the winning display, check out the video courtesy of YouTube / Pleasure Beach Thrills