There will also be a traditional bonfire and a 15-minute firework display for children.
Other crowd-pullers include the Pat Collins Fun Fair and a stage featuring Sandwell's popular local band, Fade.
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Backed by MPs and firefighters, we are calling for a change in the law.Campaigners calling for new legislation to combat the problems of fireworks set off all year round have written to the Home Secretary, David Blunkett.The move comes after the Yorkshire Evening Post launched a campaign for tougher controls on fireworks."We always advise people not to have their own back garden displays.
Our sort of event, with an expert company letting off the fireworks is much safer." The gates will open at 6pm and the Mayor will light the bonfire at 6.30pm.One suggestion is that sales of fireworks are limited to 10 days before November 5.