Hundreds of people are expected to gather for a Guy Fawkes bonfire and fireworks at Accrington Cricket Club this weekend.
Organisers said they are hoping for an improvement in the weather after last year's washout.
The event has been co-organised by Hyndburn's three Rotary Clubs and will feature a £7,000 fireworks display.
Proceeds on the night will go to the Stroke Association.
Jacqui Baldwin, president of Accrington Rotary Club, said: “Last year was a disaster with the weather. It was the best organised event but the weather knocked us out.
“We wanted to raise money for charity but we didn't make any and ended up making a loss.
“Hopefully this year we can put that behind us and get people coming down and support it. We want to make this year a really good night.”
The bonfire will be held at the cricket club on Thorneyholme Road on Saturday, November 8 from 7pm with gates opening at 6.30pm.
The fireworks display will take place at 7.30pm.
Jacqui said: “It will be a really good spectacular show and for the first time we are selling tickets beforehand at a discounted rate.
“The weather forecast looks like it will be a mild night and we want everyone to come out. A lot of hard work has gone into it.”
Entry on the night costs £3 for adults and £2 for children, however 50p discounts are being offered if bought beforehand.
Tickets can be purchased from Peel Park pub, Thompson's Estate Agents, Heathland School, Accrington Cricket Club, McCormack's on Warner Street and Abbey Street Dental Practice.
Elsewhere, Baxenden Golf Club will hold a bonfire on Friday, November 7 at 6.30pm and the clubhouse will be open for snacks.
Enfield Cricket Club will also hold a bonfire on Friday, November 7 from 6.30pm and will include a fireworks display and refreshments.
Entry costs £2 for adults and £1 for children and family discounts are available.
Visitors are being asked to not bring their own beer and fireworks for health and safety reasons.