News: Fireworks Night at County Ground

Posted on 19th October 2016

Sussex Cricket Fireworks Night 2016

Sussex Cricket are delighted that Fireworks Night will return to the 1st Central County Ground on Saturday 5th November.

The event, presented by Domestic and General, will feature a superb pyrotechnic display from Aurora Fireworks and lots of family friendly entertainment in the build up, including a marching band.

Gates open at 6pm with catering available on-site followed by the show at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 for adults and £5 for under 16s, with a family ticket (two adults, two children) costing just £25.

Buy your tickets from the club shop, phone 0844 264 0206 or buy online (see website)

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