Gates open at 5:45pm on Tuesday 5th November with music from the Cabeytu Brothers and Craig John as Freddie Mercury.
Don’t leave it too late as there can often be queues at the entrance gate.
Or beat the queues by buying your ticket online now! Online tickets must be collected from the Albert Halls (or posted) but cannot be collected at the venue.
Strathallan Games Park
Bridge of Allan
There is no car parking available at the Games Park or surrounding streets.
Please do not attempt to park in the streets surrounding Strathallan Games Park. These streets must be kept clear for emergency vehicles.
Car Parking is available at The University of Stirling, a short walk away.
Frequently Asked Questions?
No. You can pay for admission at the gate on the night. Advanced purchased tickets allow you to beat the queues and offer a 25% saving for families and student groups. These discounted group tickets are not available on the night.
Advanced purchased tickets can be delivered by post or must be collected from the Albert Halls before 4pm on Tuesday 5th November. There will be no box office collection at the venue.
The residential area surrounding Strathallan Games Park will have temporary parking restrictions in place. Please do not attempt to park here.
This is because we need the streets clear to allow easy access for emergency vehicles if this becomes necessary. At the close of the event, these streets will be very busy with pedestrians and it will become very difficult to move cars.
Free car parking is available at Stirling University, FK9 4LA.
No. Tickets can be delivered by post for a small fee of just 50p or collected free from the Albert Halls box office any time from now until 4pm on Tuesday 5th November. There will be no box office collection at the venue.
Children under 5 do not need a ticket and can enter for free.
All proceeds do go to local good causes.
Yes. You can donate online with JustGiving through this link.
We are extremely grateful to everyone who supports the fireworks by paying to come into Bridge of Allan Games Park. Without you, there would be no fireworks.
We realise that not everyone can make it to Bridge of Allan Games Park but thousands of you enjoy the fireworks from your own homes and neighbourhoods. We would be delighted if you could support our local fireworks by donating online.
Please help us and support your local fireworks by coming to Bridge of Allan Games Park or donating online now. Thank you.
There is no parking at the Games Park or in the surrounding streets. Temporary parking restrictions are in place and will be enforced.
Please do not attempt to park in the nearby streets as clear access is required for emergency vehicles and pedestrians.
Free Car Parking is available at Stirling University, FK9 4LA. We are very grateful to Stirling University for this.
Within the Games Park, Bridge of Allan Round Table will be selling souvenirs and toys with all profits being returned to local good causes.
Every year, unauthorised street traders work the streets around Bridge of Allan Games Park selling light-up children’s toys. These sellers are not connected to the event and are not operating for charity.
The Bridge of Allan Fireworks take place at Bridge of Allan Games Park. This location is a field. Depending on how wet the ground is, this may not be suitable for wheelchairs.
The venue opens at 5:45pm with live music from acts yet tobe announced and loads of great food, The bonfire is lit at 6:45pm and the fireworks will begin around 7:30pm.
Don’t leave it to arrive too late as their may be a queue at the gate just before the fireworks. Arrive early to beat the queues and get the most of your night Bridge of Allan Bonfire Night.
The fireworks are at their best right inside Bridge of Allan Games Park. From here you can enjoy the heat of the bonfire and hear the fireworks matched to music from The Greatest Show.
The Bridge of Allan Fireworks is a community event organised by Stirling and Bridge of Allan Round Table. Delivering such a great show is very expensive and we receive no financial support to assist with the event.
If no one paid, we would have no money to put on the fireworks and the event would come to an end. Any profits made over costs are donated to local causes.
If you would like to support the fireworks but cannot make it to the Games Park, you can make a donation online with Just Giving through this link.
Bridge of Allan Bonfire Night is a family friendly event and there is no alcohol allowed. Hot drinks and soft drinks will be available.
It is not permitted to bring alcohol into the Games Park and any alcohol will be confiscated as a condition of entry.