Day of the Dead ‘Limbo’ Comes to Manchester

The carnival-esque night that mixes Halloween with circus performance, burlesque and clubbing, takes the party to another level with the launch of Festival Of The Dead – Chapter 2: ‘Limbo’, coming to the B.E.C Arena on 27th October.

‘Limbo’ is the next stage in the ongoing Festival Of The Dead tour, a hugely successful carnival-esque spectacle that mixes Halloween with circus performance, burlesque and clubbing, where party-goers dress to kill in stunning macabre outfits and face paint. Festival Of The Dead – Chapter 2: ‘Limbo’ takes the party to another level as guests are invited into the afterlife to party in purgatory with acrobats, circus performers, contortionists, giant carnival floats and spectacular processions. ‘Limbo’ introduces a whole new range of characters, including the Witch Doctor, Evil Shaman, Angel Skull and many more. With professional skull face-painting and DJs spinning a killer soundtrack of house, bass and garage, with a latin twist, this is a festival like no other.

Also added to the entertainment and processions are a giant skeleton, ‘the vulture’, inflatable skulls, smoke ring cannons, a smoke ring drum set, and more, as well as the already popular confetti, co2 cannons, acrobats, dancers and circus performers. And of course, the beating heart of the festival, the Festival Of The Dead DJs, guaranteed to keep the party rocking with a killer soundtrack of the latest house, garage and bass, with a Latin twist.

Festival Of The Dead organisers, Nathan Reed and Ben Duncan said
“Festival Of The Dead is a very special event and we can’t wait to unleash the next chapter. We’re determined to keep pushing the boundaries and are confident ‘Limbo’ will take our guests on a journey through the afterlife they’ll never forget! We’ve set the bar as high as possible to ensure that Festival Of The Dead continues to deliver the best performers, the best production values and a soundtrack guaranteed to get all those party people dancing.”

Festival Of The Dead remains a festival like no other, with its popularity testament to the unique experience it delivers, and now, if they dare, those willing to party in purgatory, can also experience Festival Of The Dead – Chapter 2: ‘Limbo’.

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Please note: Festival Of The Dead is not part of the Dia de los Muertos public holiday, which has significant religious meaning and many traditions that will not be happening at these shows.