Tring Festival of Fire all set to sparkle on November 5
Tring’s annual firework fest will take place again at Tring Park Cricket Club on Saturday November 5. The event will feature an array of fantastic food and drink stalls, a guy parade and entertainment on the JR Smith stage from local artists. Acts that will be performing include the Tring School Swing Band, Rock Chorus, Sophie Ray and youth band Ripley. Mike Naylor from Three Counties radio will MC for the third year in a row. The centrepiece of the evening will be a spectacular fireworks display set to popular music.
Approximate running times are as follows:
5.30pm – Doors open: Food stalls and Beer Tent, Carousels, Sparkler area
6.00pm – On stage: Tring School Swing Band
6.30 – Winner of the Tring Guy Competition. Lighting of the bonfire with mini display.
6.45pm – On stage: Rock Chorus
7.15pm – Main Fireworks display commences to music
7.45pm – On stage: Sophie Ray
8.10pm – On stage: Ripley
8.30 – Close
Peter Borg-Neal, CEO of Oakman Inns, owner and operator of the Akeman, is delighted to be sponsoring the event for the fourth year in succession: “Anyone who has lived in Tring for the past ten years, knows how the town has developed in so many positive ways, particularly in terms of leisure time opportunities. The Festival of Fire is party of this story.”
Richard Shardlow of Tring Brewery echoed the sentiment: “The cricket club is our friendly neighbour and we are very pleased to sponsor the Festival of Fire. What better way to enjoy the fireworks than sipping one of our ales!”
Cricket Club Chairman Simon Shearman is looking forward to the show. “The fireworks night makes a vital contribution to maintaining a wonderful community sports facility and we are extremely grateful for the support of the town and our sponsors. We promise an amazing night out for the whole family.”
Discounted tickets are available to purchase up to the end of October via the event website: www.tringfireworks.co.uk and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TringFestivalOfFire. Family only tickets can also be bought from locations including Beechwood Fine Foods, Tring Brewery, The Akeman and Michael Anthony at a discounted prince of £14 which covers two adults and up to three children below the age of sixteen. On the gate tickets will be priced for families at £18, adults £8 and children under sixteen at £5. Under five year olds have free entry.