St George’s Hall: Feast of Fire

St George's Hall: Feast of Fire
St George’s Hall: Feast of Fire


Venue: St George's Hall
Dates: 23/03/2018 - 02/04/2018
Times: 20:30 - 22:30


Burn off winter with Feast of Fire this Easter!

Enough already, chilly weather! If you’re sick of the ice and snow, have no fear! You can burn off winter with Feast of Fire, coming to St John’s Gardens from Friday 23 March – Monday 2 April. As the must-attend Easter event this year, #FeastofFireLiv are bringing fiery entertainment and plenty of magic to the heart of the city, and we want YOU to experience the magic with us!

With world-class performers, dazzling fire shows and enchanting fire sculptures on display, we really are so excited for Feast of Fire! (If you couldn’t tell already!)

The Feast of Fire early sessions from 6:30pm – 8:30pm provide the perfect opportunity for family fun, with the burning trail of discovery through Liverpool’s most picturesque gardens a must-do.

From 8:30pm – 10:30pm the Feast of Fire Lates will be offering something truly incredible too. In conjunction with some of the city’s most well-known cultural organisations, Feast of Fire will not only be encapsulating the joys of spring, but also celebrating what makes Liverpool truly special.

With so much to do and see, here’s just three reasons why Feast of Fire is the event that cannot be missed…

1. The Lates: A Party Paradise!

Soulful tunes, stunning Chinese dance and African beats…
Feast of Fire lates have something for everyone. Showcasing Liverpool’s rich diversity, each night will showcase a new theme aimed at those 16 and above.

Starting with Fire In My Soul on the 23 March, Celtic Flames (24 March) and Flames from the Dragon (25 March), these extravaganzas are the perfect events to kick-start the Lates programme.

For Easter weekend there will be The Kazimier Fire Garden (30 March), African Heat (31 March), Liverpool Pride on Fire (1 April) and Agni – the Fire of India (2nd April ). Whatever you are in to, there is a perfect Feast of Fire for you!

2. Leave the Easter Bunny at home

Give the kids a fresh and exciting Easter experience, with some fiery springtime magic in a historic location. With seven nights to choose from, the early performances’ unique and immersive experience is something that the whole family will be talking about for months and months to come.

3. A stunning setting for a sizzle!

Just a short walk from Liverpool Lime Street and adjacent to Queens Square bus station, Feast of Fire is located in the heart of the city, making it ideal for those travelling from near and afar. In the historic St John’s Gardens and under the night’s sky with fire a-plenty, it is certainly the place to be this Easter!

Interested? Here’s how you can get your hands on the hottest tickets in town!
All tickets for early and late performances are available at Ticket Quarter, which you can access via the button below.

You can also follow all of the fiery fun on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @FeastofFireLiv or using the hashtag #FeastofFireLiv

Buy tickets here