Big Sparkle returns to Trago Mills for Bonfire Night

THE Big Sparkle returns to Trago Mills Merthyr Tydfil on Friday 3rd November, in partnership with Wellbeing Merthyr.

It promises to be a fun-filled family evening, including a fireworks display, funfair, music & food!

Here’s all you need to know…

Date: Friday 3rd November 2023
Gates Open: 5pm
Last Entry: 7:15pm (Please arrive early to avoid delays)
Display: Starts at approximately 8pm.
Site Closure: 9:30pm.

There are three ticket options available:

Entrance and onsite parking £12
Onsite parking at Trago Mills and entry for all passengers
(Max. 7 people per vehicle / ticket).

Park & Ride £10
A choice of 3 car parks in central Merthyr Tydfil, with a return shuttle bus and entry for all passengers (Max. 7 people per vehicle / ticket).
Please note: This ticket is not valid for walk-ins at the main gate.

General Admission £3
Entry ticket only. No vehicle access or local parking.

Please note: There is limited site parking so this will be available with pre-booked tickets ONLY. Once these tickets are sold out there will be no further vehicle access to the site, or local parking.

Park & Ride options are available at Merthyr College and Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Village car parks.

Buy your tickets now at

Discounted online sales end at 4pm on Friday 3rd November.
Tickets on the night will be £5 per person.

Further information, including Frequently Asked Questions, can be found here.

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