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Bonfire Night/Guy Fawkes Night is the main night for both amateur and official fireworks displays in the UK.
In the USA Independence Day is a national day commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on 4 July 1776. It's commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, political speeches and other public and private events.
This is the longest and most important festivity in the Chinese lunar calendar. Although customs and traditions vary widely families get together and presents are exchanged. The house is cleaned to sweep away ill-fortune and make way for good incoming luck. On New Year's Eve families get together and eat a feast.
Christmas Day falls on 25 December and is observed throughout the world as the christian holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus. The celebrations typically include a sizeable meal and many people choose to give gifts and presents.
The festival celebrates the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. Fireworks are a big part of Diwali as a literal embodiment of festivities - lighting up the celebration.
Iranians carry out a full spring-clean ahead of the New Year to leave behind the old. Events are organised inviting family and friends to feast on lamb-roast and a great deal more. Bonfires are made and all people will jump over the fire on the last Tuesday of the year. This is a purification rite and Iranians believe by going over the fire they will get rid of all their illnesses and misfortunes.
A special night this signifies the ending of a year, a decade, a fixed amount of time and signals the beginning of a new year, the future, the promise and potential, hopes and dreams.
Whether it's birthday party, street party, wedding proposal, engagement or anniversary, christmas, reunion, graduation party, leaving party, "proms", charity event, dinner and dance party.
Customs for celebrating this Irish national event include wearing real 'shamrocks' (similar to a 3-leaf clover), eating bacon and cabbage (and potatoes), wearing green from the national flag.
Wedding firework displays are an increasingly popular choice providing a memorable end to an important day.