Preview: Wake the Tiger’s Moonfrost promises celestial celebrations

Already one of the most unusual and captivating experiences in Bristol, Wake the Tiger is continuing to expand its otherworldly offering with late-night celestial celebration Moonfrost. Featuring live music, performance, interactive quests and mind-blowing circus performers, the event should perfectly capture the magic and magnificence of the interactive walkthrough venue.

With the nights getting longer and days shorter, Friday 10 November will see the Dream Factory transport visitors to a parallel world of luminescent mushrooms, mind-bending passageways and otherworldly creatures. Guildkeepers will come together for the evening of ethereal entertainment as they greet guests from 7pm until 1pm, and maintain safe passage between our world and Meridia.

With the stage and spotlight ready, visitors should prepare to boogie the night away with Moonfrost’s stellar line-up, featuring Drifty’s dance tunes and Juan S.C.’s electronic melodies in the Roomtone Takeover. Earth-dwellers are also strongly encouraged to throw some shapes down with the return of Bristol’s multi-genre collective, the Kitten Club featuring Esme Banks and APH.

Mad Apple Circus will be filling The Guildhall with their jazz/ska/hip-hop sound that will be sure to get everyone moving. The Ruffneck Ting Takeover will be bringing the good times with Dazee, Euphonique and K Jah, which will be sure to get shoes tapping and shoulders shimmying. To round it off, Y Dott and Frilla will be making sure energy and vibes stay up with their MC skills. Along with a night of next-level music, Moonfrost will also feature poetry from Ife Gurillo, a BSL performance by Bee and Drag by Pom, and Acro by Matthew and Tasha.

Tickets are available here.