All the places in Leeds to visit on Bonfire Night 2022 with tickets still available

You can still get tickets to ALL of these events.

After the council-led Bonfire Night events were cancelled for another year, local sports clubs, indie markets and community-run spaces have been opening up Bonfire Night events aplenty.

With the night itself only a few short weeks away, prebooked tickets have been flying off the shelves, with favourite events at The Mustard Pot, West Park and Meanwood’s Beck and Call all selling out, we’ve rounded up all the best events that have tickets left.

Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about the upcoming Bonfire Night events in Leeds, including where to find them and how to buy tickets.

Read More: Leeds City Council announces it will NOT be hosting any Bonfire Night events

Roundhegians RFC

Saturday 5 November 2022, from 6pm | The Memorial Ground, Chelwood Drive, Roundhay

There’s a firework display for this year’s bonfire at Roundhegians RFC. / Image:  Zuza Gałczyńska, Unsplash

Taking over Roundhegians RFC’s Memorial Ground, this bonfire event will be bringing all the foodies out for an evening of professionally-designed fireworks. Expect to see the familiar faces of The Leeds Deli, Red’s True BBQ and Little Bao Boy over the evening with GinFizz Bar supplying the drinsk.

Tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for children. Find out more here.

Yeadon Cricket Club

Saturday 5 November 2022, from 6pm | High Street, Yeadon

The 2021 bonfire. / Image: Eventbrite

The Yeadon Cricket Club have three hours of bonfire fun for all the family planned. For grown ups, the bar will keep the booze flowing throughout the night, with an array of street food offering warm, tasty treats. From 6pm, expect fireworks a plenty and a huge bonfire ablaze throughout the night.

Tickets cost £8 each or £28 for a family ticket. Find out more here.

The New Inn X Leeds Indie Market

Friday 4 November 2022, from 5.30pm | The New Inn, Eccup

This family-friendly event will see The New Inn come together with Leeds Indie Market for an unforgettable evening, all supporting local independent businesses. The gates open at 5.30pm with the bonfire hit one hour later and a firework display from 8pm. In addition to the Indie Market, expect to find street food, hot drinks, baked cakes, sweet treats, plus toys and rides for younger children too.

Tickets cost £5.98 each. Find out more here.

Calverley Golf Club

Saturday 5 November 2022 | Woodhall Lane, Pudsey

Image: Calverley Golf Club

This Bonfire Night comes with live music from The Sundogs inside the clubhouse after the fireworks display, plus the chance to take in the fireworks with a drink in hand. There will be both an indoor and outdoor bar, sweet stall and food stands.

No prebooking is required, pay £3 per adult and £2 for children on the gate. Find out more here.

Moortown RUFC

Saturday 5 November 2022, from 6.30pm | Moss Valley, Moortown

Image: Eventbrite

What’s dubbed as “Probably the BEST Fireworks display in the North”, Moortown Fireworks Extravaganza is going to be one of the biggest events in the city, given the professional display has been going for some 30 years now.

Tickets cost £5 for adults, £3 for children and £16 for a family ticket. Find out more here.

Kirkstall Valley

Friday 4 November 2022, from 6pm | Kirkstall Valley Development Trust, Kirkstall

Image: Unit 11 KVDT

If you want an understated and stress-free bonfire experience, this one is for you. This year, Kirkstall Valley will be hosting a firework-less but nonetheless exciting bonfire event. From 6pm, head down to the farm and spent the evening wandering between cosy fire pits dotted around the farm whilst listening to a relaxing melody from live entertainment. Just don’t forget to book your ticket in advance.

Tickets cost £5 for a family ticket or £2 individually. Find out more here.

Walton Village Hall

Saturday 5 November 2022, from 6pm | Walton Village Hall, Wetherby

Image: Eventbrite

The mesmerising firework display will commence at 7.15pm after you’ve warmed up by the bonfire (starting from 6pm), grabbed a drink or two and fed the family. Children under 4 can attend the family-friendly event for free, but tickets are limited and should be booked in advance when possible.

Tickets cost £7 each. Find out more here.

Feature Image- Sam Mathews, Unsplash

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