RRP: £74.99 £54.99 Only 2 Remaining
(6 Reviews)

Available to purchase at:

Mail Order
Dinnington Store
Retford Store
South Elmsall Store
Ripley Store

Firework Attributes:

49 Shots
27cm × 21cm × 22cm
Weight 7.5kg
Explosive Weight 0.98kg


Manufactured by the ever-reliable Royal Party Fireworks, Spread is a 49-shot fanned cake that delivers a mix of spellbinding effects throughout its running time.

Lasting around half a minute, this firework produces a beautiful series of blue bouquets. These explode into golden crackling belts.

As a whole, this is a reasonably-priced cake that would make a great addition to any professional display.  Consisting of 39mm tubes that are truly packed to the brim with a combined 980g powder, Spread certainly will not disappoint.

Available to purchase via mail order, you can also get this cake within any of our four stores. 

6 Reviews
100% of reviewers said YES
4 September 2016

Great fanned cake

Great fanned cake with a blue mine lift into a gold burst.

2 September 2015


Aptly named Spread for a reason as this fan cake fills the sky with 7 shots at a time accompanied with colour and crackling . A real performer

13 September 2014


Huge spread! ideal for displays, not for gardens! unless you have plenty room! a really nice firework used in pro displays!

11 September 2014

A Cake Fit For A Royal Party Spread

This firework should be known by its full name: Royal Party Spread. Because to use the baking analogy, this cake is fit for a king! Its blue mines to glittering comets to gold crackling bursts paint a 7x 7shot crown in the sky. Majestic!

11 September 2014

The big brother of fanned fireworks

What a powerful beauty this is.
A lovely blue trace for some huge trails before BANG, what a great piece. Simply brilliant. If you are looking for something that is memorable, powerful and stunning then this is the one for you.

Even better fired fanned, in pairs.

10 September 2014


Royal Party fireworks really have created an absolutely stunning firework here, it fires seven banks in a row fanning the sky from left to right. I personally have used this firework at a local firework competition as our opening firework, it certainly grabs the crowds attention. It gets five out of five from Tony.