7 Reasons to book your Feast of Fire tickets now
St John’s Gardens is gearing up to host hottest Easter event the city has ever seen and tickets are now on sale.
There’s a mini-festival experience taking over St John’s Gardens for 7 nights this Easter, and in a break from the traditional egg hunt and bunny ears, this celebration involves a whole lot of heat. Event organisers, Walk The Plank are set to light up the space with real life flames, drawing inspiration from the North West European customs of lighting bonfires at Easter time. With local cultural collaborations from Kazimier, Africa Oyé and more, this double-weekend, family friendly festival will set your senses on fire.
Give the Easter bunny a well earned break and check out these 7 reasons to buy your Feast of Fire tickets now….
1 – Bring The Family
Feast of Fire sessions are split into early and late sessions and the early part of the evening, 6-8:30pm is all about family fun. Wrap up, follow the fire lit trail through St John’s Gardens, with a flaming arch and sculptural metallic trees. You can watch flowers ignite and bloom in front of you while world-class fire artists perform. The hungry kids will be able to enjoy a wood-fired pizza slice, toast their own marshmallows, sip a warming hot chocolate and make some fab memories with the whole family.
2 – Easter Nights Out Are Sorted
Spanning two weekends (March 24-26th and March 30th – April 2nd) Feast of Fire Lates is all about letting your hair down and shaking up your Easter weekend nights out. With loads to see and do including fiery displays and an impressive bar set up, each Late evening has a different theme to experience so your Easter nights out are well and truly sorted!
3 – Liverpool Names Fanning the Flames
Event organisers, Walk the Plank have returned to the city following huge success hosting the Capital of Culture opening and closing ceremonies in 2008. This time they’re collaborating with a number of local partners to turn up the heat as part of the Liverpool 2018 cultural programme. With support from Liverpool BID, expect to see influences from Milapfest, Kazimier, Pagoda Arts and even a preview from this year’s Africa Oyé!
4 – Disco Inferno
Now Feast of Fire wouldn’t be complete without a hot soundtrack and over the course of the seven nights at the Lates sessions you’ll hear music specially chosen and curated by the likes of Liverpool Soulfest, Movema & Mikey Kenney, Pagoda Arts, Kazimier Productions, Africa Oyé, Liverpool Pride and Milapfest. Now that’s what we call a celebration of culture and diversity!
5 – Fire up the BBQ
You’re bound to work up an appetite having wandered the fire-lit trails, taken in the cosy atmosphere, danced your socks off to the ever changing soundtrack and posed for a millions fiery selfies, so get yourself over to the pop-up food court and indulge in all manner of hot treats. Tuck into wood-fired pizzas, toasted marshmallows, flaming cocktails and chilli hot chocolate to set your taste-buds alight.
6 – Two Words: Flaming Sambuca
Kazimier Productions are confirmed as a key partner at Feast of Fire and will be setting up a pop-up Kazimier bar concept, and if cosy spring nights at the Kaz Garden are anything to go by, they’re guaranteed to deliver something hot.
7 – Bring the Fire
Did you know that Liverpool is home to Bring the Fire Project? A collective of fire dancers and circus skills teachers who are passionate about sharing their love for fire with the good people of Liverpool. You will be able to feel the heat at Feast of Fire with the Bring the Fire team performing fire dancing throughout the 7 nights.
With a family ticket available for the early sessions, you can get your tickets at ticketquarter.co.uk/Online/feast-of-fire,and click here for an in-depth run down of what’s on during the Feast of Fire experience.