Crowds enjoy the fireworks in Sandown on Bonfire Night in 2011. Picture by Jennifer Burton.
FIREWORK displays will be popping up all over the Island over the coming days.
At Yarmouth, the annual firework display will take place on Tuesday.
Organiser Chris Waddington said: "The event starts at 6pm and we urge people to get there early. Wightlink has given us permission to park in its overspill in the main town car park, so that should, hopefully, help with problems we have had in the past."
There will be a guy competition for local children, followed by a torchlight procession to the common for the fireworks. If there is a strong northerly wind, the fireworks will be let off by Yarmouth Pier instead.
The Isle of Wight Community Club, Cowes, will host a disco with display tomorrow night (Saturday), with free entry and free parking. The party starts at 7.30pm.
The Newport Parish Council and Isle of Wight Radio family fireworks party due to be held at St George’s Park on Sunday, was cancelled due to the forecast for heavy rain.
*Sandown Carnival and Celebration has also been cancelled due to safety concerns, after winds of up to 50mph were forecast.
Arreton Barns will hold its annual display on November 5, from around 7.30pm, with a large bonfire, torch procession and fireworks. Organisers have also prepared a back-up date on November 8, should the weather ruin plans on Tuesday.
The final display on the Isle of Wight will be at Steyne Park, Bembridge, on November 9.
Private fireworks and sparklers will not be allowed. Entry is free from 6pm, with the fireworks at 7.30pm.
There will be family fireworks at Haylands Primary School in Ryde on Tuesday, from 6pm. Tickets cost £2.50 each, however entry for under 3s is free.