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Riverside pub announces sell-out for Lancaster fireworks viewing

The Lancaster fireworks display is on Saturday night

A viewing event at a riverside pub where people will gather to watch the Lancaster fireworks display has completely sold out.

The Golden Ball at Snatchems announced that there are no more tickets left for their 'Watch the Sky Light Up' event on Saturday night (November 5).

Doors will open for the event at 6pm and there will be music and an outside bar.

The event is ticket only so please do not travel to the pub hoping to attend unless you have a ticket.

New manager Matt Peel (pictured below with Terri Stevenson at the Golden Ball) has brought back the popular viewing event to the historic pub after several years.

Related Story: INTERVIEW: New manager at historic Luneside pub talks fireworks night and plans for the future - Beyond Radio

The 17th century pub and hotel offers spectacular views across the Lune towards the fireworks display which will be launched from Lancaster Castle on Saturday evening at around 8pm, weather permitting.

Wristbands are required for the fireworks official viewing areas at Giant Axe and Quay Meadow, and there are no more available.

Light Up Lancaster organisers suggest watching the display from various vantage points across the city including Williamson Park.

Related Story: INTERVIEW: Getting ready to Light Up Lancaster - Beyond Radio

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