A Breathtaking Japanese fire show will
open the 2017 British Musical Fireworks Champion of Champions Show later this
month in Southport.
7 of the very best pyrotechnic display teams ever to feature in the British
Musical Fireworks Championship will go head to head for a special:- 'Champion of
Champions' themed competition over three nights in the popular resort. And to
wow the thousands of spectators even more, a scorching fascinating pre-show
display has this week been confirmed to launch each night's competition.
Liverpool based:- 'Bring the Fire Project' are set to bring their
unforgettable:- 'Japanese Fire Show' to Victoria Park, from 29
September to October 2017.
They will light the way for an action packed 3 days of pyrotechnic wonderment as
seven previous winners vie it out to be crowned the ultimate:- 'Champion of
2 teams will wow the crowds on Friday, 3 on Saturday and 2 more displays on Sunday, with
the winning display announced later that evening.
Gates open each night at 6pm, with the:- 'Bring the Fire Project' starting
their display at 7pm.
The impressive fireworks scheduled to start at 8pm, each night!
Tickets are still available
online for all
3 nights starting from just ₤5.50.
Cllr Marion Atkinson, Sefton Council's Labour
Cabinet Member Regeneration and Skills, said:- "The British Musical
Fireworks Championship really is an amazing event and one which has lit up the
skies of Southport since 1999!
It's an event that would not be possible without the continued support of Sefton
To celebrate the Champion of Champions event with the fantastic addition of
'Bring the Fire,' will give thousands of spectators and truly unforgettable
Crowds from all over the North West attend the event at Victoria Park and ticket
sales have yet again been very strong in the lead up to this year's event.
Local businesses really benefit from the added footfall to the town over the
weekend and I am looking forward to seeing the quality of displays on show this
If you are thinking of attending please try and get tickets in advance to avoid
missing out, Saturday seated tickets have already sold out."