Festival of the Dead stopping off in Lincoln later this year

Get ready for infusing carnival, circus, theatre and clubbing when the Festival of the Dead arrives in Lincoln later this year.

The festival, which grew from a single Halloween party at The Troxy in London, will land in twelve cities around the UK as well as in Amsterdam.

It will be at Lincoln’s Engine Shed on Friday, November 8 (10pm-3am) as part of its fourth year on tour.

The Festival of the Dead is coming to Lincoln later this year.

The early bird tickets have already sold out. General admission tickets can be purchased here priced at £26.29. Tickets can also be purchased on the event’s website here.

A mix of carnival, circus, theatre and clubbing.

New for 2019 the festival is ‘The Dark Carnival’, featuring a whole new cast of characters and other worldly creations, acrobats, circus performers, carnival processions through the crowd and more set to a high octane soundtrack.

The festival, which has previously sold over 85,000 tickets, is inspired by the art of the Day of the Dead celebration had a sellout tour across the UK in 2018, with brand new mind-blowing production expected this year.

Acrobats, circus performers, and carnival processions are promised.

It includes the UK’s largest touring skeleton prop – the huge mechanical skull known as ‘El Diablo’ and the nation’s only giant spider on stilts.

There will also be live music and DJs spinning killer tunes and professional face painters.

It includes the UK’s largest touring skeleton prop.

Nathan Reed, Festival of the Dead organiser, said: “Every year we push the boundaries of a live show and we can’t wait to see the crowd reactions when they meet the new creatures we’ve built to join them at ‘The Dark Carnival’.

“Our guests are also part of the show and seem to up their game each year too, with some incredible make up and costumes. This tour is going to be the best one so far and we look forward to giving our guests an unforgettable experience.”