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Live music on offer at this year's Fireworks Night!

Join us on Saturday 3rd November as Fireworks Night returns to The 1st Central County Ground, hosted by Capital FM. Gates open at 6pm with a host of music on offer, before the extravagant display begins at 7:30pm. 

There will be live music from local artist Adam Davis and crowd favourites The Marching Skaletons.

The night will be presented by Domestic & General and we thank them for their continued support. The event will be supporting two fantastic charities, which are the Sussex Cricket Foundation and the Martlets. 

Tickets are priced at £10 for adults, £5 for kids (U16s) and family tickets from £20, and can be purchased HERE

Special guests

Adam Davis is 23-year-old Brighton-born singer-songwriter, who has enjoyed a successful year of non-stop gigging, playing festivals (including France’s prestigious Printemps de Bourges) and having four of his songs picked up by BBC Introducing.

Most recently, Adam appeared on BBC Sussex & Surrey, after being invited to do a Live Lounge session with Danny Pike for BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend. 

He is now looking forward to bringing his band, and his own brand of Pop/Dance/Soul, to The 1st Central County Ground’s Fireworks Night 2018.

More about Adam can be found on his Facebook, Instagram and YouTube channel.

 

The Marching SKAletons are a Day of the Dead inspired marching band who ignited last year's fireworks event at The 1st Central County Ground with an infectious mix of ska, latin and pop - with a mariachi twist!

The band is led by a powerhouse horn section ably complemented by a rhythm section of guitars and marching drums. The music is celebratory with the aim to get a crowd on their feet and dancing.

Using the Day of the Dead as inspiration, artist Jim Sanders created the highly distinctive skeleton look for the Marching SKAletons, which when combined with the bands energetic and eccentric delivery, keeps audiences entertained and adds atmosphere to any event.

More about the Marching SKAletons on their Facebook page. 



Tickets are priced at £10 for adults, £5 for kids (U16s) and family tickets from £20, and can be purchased HERE