Festival of Light
Trinity’s Free annual fireworks party
Our annual festival of light party with food and live music returns!
Join us in the Trinity Garden for a festival of light celebration with a aerial performance from Sunken Circus followed by live music from the fabulous Bristol Reggae Orchestra + support from Dutchie
Gates Open 6pm (please arrive early to avoid disappointment)
Live Music inside from 8pm
Entry: Please note priority will be given to those with flyers which are used as tickets – these can be picked up from the Trinity Centre as of 18th October and 1 flyer can cover up to 4 people.
For all those coming don’t forget to dig deep – this year the suggested donation of £3 per person helps us to put on free events like the Festival of Light so that everyone can enjoy.
Bristol Reggae Orchestra is a collective of 25 local musicians, who all love music of Jamaican origin. They draw their musical influences from reggae and ska, and also jazz and classical music; playing a mixture of their own original tunes and arrangements of well known classics, from the likes of Bob Marley and Lord Tanamo.
The Orchestra brings together a culturally, ethnically and socially diverse group of community musicians, composers and arrangers from the City of Bristol. Members have various musical backgrounds and experiences The orchestra is globally unique, and one of the UK’s most inspiring and uplifting community projects.We look forward to welcoming them back to Trinity for the first time since 2014.
“Bristol Reggae Orchestra likes to bring its music to audiences across the city and more widely, to entertain all age groups and provide opportunities for members to develop their individual and collective musicianship and related skills. We are always looking to expand our membership. Please speak to one of us after the gig if you’d like to join us”
**Please read this if you are planning on coming to the Fireworks**
The event starts at 6pm. People who have flyers will have priority entry (but flyers do not guarantee entry). There will be two queues, for those that have flyers and those who do not, please make sure you the join the correct queue. This event will be busy. Flyers will be at Trinity, with 4 people max per flyer (including small children and babies). The flyer run is limited, when they are gone they are gone. We will post on the event when the flyers are ready to collect.
We have a suggested donation of £3 per person, so don’t forget to dig deep when you come in!
For everyone’s safety we will be undertaking bag checks so please don’t bring sparklers or alcohol, as they will be taken off you. This is a dog free event and will be noisy, so for those of you who are sensitive to noise (or have small children) you may want to bring ear defenders.
Outdoor activities are subject to the weather, live music inside will continue regardless.
Anyone who has access requirements please let us know before the event by calling the office 0117 935 1200 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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