Tickets are on sale now for Wake The Tiger’s fantastic summer party

Tickets are on sale now for Wake The Tiger’s fantastic summer party

Posted on: 28 Mar 2024

Wake The Tiger, the immersive art experience, are hosting another fantastical seasonal party this summer – and tickets are on sale now.


Wake The Tiger is an immersive art maze in St.Phillips – inviting visitors to enter the fantastical world of Meridia, WTT is full of strange and wonderful things and places to see, interact with, and explore as you uncover the story of the world of Meridia.


Since early on, Wake The Tiger have been hosting late-night adults-only parties to celebrate the seasons too – to roaring acclaim. With seasonal themes, costumes, circus perfomers and talented DJs, these parties aren’t to be missed.

Now, fresh off the back of their spring celebration – Soluna – the party starters at Wake The Tiger have announced their upcoming summer party: Sundust.


Ticket-holders can expect an innovative and unusual clubnight, as the sun sets – but the fun rises. With a female-focused line of DJs and live music, as well as the typical (for WTT, anyway) lineup of circus, theatre and other performers, there’ll be plenty of entertainment to enjoy.

On top of that, visitors will be able to dip in and out of the main exhibits throughout the night, seeing the world of Meridia – and the brand new exhibit, the OUTERverse – in a whole new context.


Visitors are also invited to bring the radiance, with sun-and-summer themed outfits. Whether dipped in gold, or glowing in sequins head-to-toe, the Wake The Tiger Team encourages visitors to bring their big-sun-energy with recycled, repurposed or reworn outfits to outshine even the brightest star.


The previous event, Soluna, sold out at breakneck speed – and the tickets for Sundust are already on second release. Head to the Wake The Tiger website to get yours – or check out their Instagram to keep up with the latest.

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Patrick Bate

Patrick is a filmmaker with so much Bristol in his blood the white blood cells are graffiti'd. Educated at the Northern Film School in Leeds, he’s returned home to be a Videographer and Reviewer for 365Bristol and BARBI. When he’s not messing about with cameras, he enjoys playing guitar, spending far too much time on tabletop RPGs, and being an awful snob about cider. Have a look at his work here, or get in touch at