Bristol is welcoming visitors to another dimension as it hosts a psychedelic art experience and self-styled “amazement park” which takes the public to the parallel universe of Meridia.
Psychedelic ‘amazement park’ prepares to open in Bristol
An immersive art experience issuing a call to arms to protect and restore the natural world is set to open in Bristol this weekend.
Wake The Tiger, from the creators of music festival Boomtown, occupies a former warehouse in the industrial neighbourhood of St Philip’s and styles itself as the first-ever “amazement park”.
It takes the public on a journey through the parallel universe of Meridia, which is flooded with a constant stream of junk from our own world.
There are 27 unique environments here at Wake The Tiger, one of them being The Singing Ice Room ????— Wake The Tiger (@WakeTheTiger_) July 19, 2022
We cant wait to open our doors on the 30th!
Tickets are available now via the https://t.co/2s5y1JdWie pic.twitter.com/Yr5vnTTufQ
Like us, the Meridians are facing the looming spectre of climate change but, unlike us, are living in harmony with their forests, soil, water and climate.