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Ballyronan Marina, 135a Shore Road, Ballyronan, County Londonderry, BT45 6JA
Fireworks display at Ballyronan Marina


Lumarina, the fun filled, free event held at Ballyronan Marina makes a welcome return on Saturday August 19, 4pm – 10pm, with the picturesque backdrop of the Lough reflecting the onshore illuminations.

Featuring an illuminated fireworks display to finish the evening with a finale to amaze, there will also be fire performers, a fun fair, and children’s activities to entertain, including magic shows and illuminations on the riverside trail behind the play park that will catch the eye of the little ones.

Many of the village’s eateries are in easy walking distance from the Marina serving refreshments, snacks and hot food.

Fireworks will be set at 9.30pm to fire at 9.45pm.

To facilitate traffic going to the event, there will be additional in-field parking at two sites adjacent to the Marina, with stewards and signage to direct those attending. Additional parking for blue badge holders will be available within the Marina.

A one-way traffic system entering from B18 Shore Road and exiting at the Ballynagarve Road junction will be in place from 3pm to 11pm for the event.

Admission: FREE


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