The Millennium Square Ice Rink will open this month with a cozy igloo bar for the Christmas winter wonderland in Leeds
Fans of the Leeds holiday season can look forward to an incredible Winter Wonderland where you can enjoy a drink and a cocktail – inside an inflatable igloo bar.
Millennium Square in downtown Leeds is set to become the coolest Christmas party with a 4,300 square foot outdoor ice rink for all skaters to enjoy.
While fans of the German markets will be happy not to make it to town this year, they can look forward to having a drink inside the Igbloo bar.
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The spectacular inflatable has winter garden-themed interior decor and staff in ice-themed costumes who will greet you.
Live music, entertainment and a large menu of festive drinks will be available for the Christmas celebrations.
James Mallinder, Artist, Founder and Managing Director of Igloo Disco said: “Having worked with many top notch companies and supplied inflatables all over the UK, I am delighted to be able to create something beautiful for my beloved hometown. from Leeds.
“Our new bar setup is fully immersive, totally bespoke, and I hope it gives anyone who visits a load of festive joy, especially after last year’s lockdown Christmas.”
A selection of street food and drink will also be available in chalet-style huts that will serve bratwurst, glühwein, Yorkshire pudding raps, poutine, pizza and more.
Millennium Square will also see covered seating and tables outside for people who want to take a break from shopping or sit down and grab a bite to eat.
Thrill seekers will also be able to hop aboard the 100-foot-tall Star Flyer, as well as have family fun on the festive and festive giant, North Pole Funhouse, among other enjoyable activities.
As part of the city’s wider offering, the traditional 110-foot Leeds Wheel of Light and Golden Gallopers merry-go-round will also be located a short walk from Millennium Square.
Roger Tuby of International Funfairs said: “After working in partnership with Leeds City Council for many years, we are really excited to be able to help bring some of the traditional Christmas look back to Leeds.
“With a variety of Alpine-style huts serving delicious food and hot drinks, a brand new stand from Germany with a 10 meter high Christmas tree on the roof and a selection of themed attractions, rides and games , there really is something for every family to enjoy this Christmas in Leeds.
Councilor Jonathan Pryor, Deputy Head of Leeds City Council and Executive Member of Economy, Culture and Education, said: “The Ice Cube is always a highlight of our calendar. events. The weather will mean 2021 will be the very special holiday season the city deserves after such an extraordinarily difficult year.
“Christmas has been so difficult for many of us last year, so our events team and partners really went out of their way to make this year one to remember.
“I can’t wait to see everyone enjoy a wonderful Christmas and celebrate all that Leeds has to offer.”
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The rink will be launched on November 26 and will be open to public skating every day from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Friday, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturdays and school holidays, and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday.
Skating rink tickets for all public ice skating sessions will go on sale Friday, November 12.
They are priced at £ 11 for adults, £ 9.50 for students and LEEDSCard holders and £ 8.50 for children under 13.
Breeze Pass holders will also benefit from an exclusive 10% discount on all admission prices.
Tickets can be purchased in advance either online at www.millsqleeds.com/christmas or by phone on 0113 376 0318.
For more event details and rink reservation information, including skating session times, please visit this page website.
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