The event will once again feature a popular repertoire of fantasy-inspired music performed by the Northern Ballet Sinfonia under the leadership of John Pryce-Jones and accompanied by the now-famous spectacular illumination of the ruins and electrifying fireworks.
This year's event at Kirkstall Abbey is supported by media partners Magic 828 and the Yorkshire Evening Post.
The main performance is scheduled to start from 8pm with gates open from 6pm (all times subject to alteration). Children 5 years and under go free (no ticket necessary). All persons aged 16 years or under must be accompanied by an adult.
Bring your own picnic which can include food, drink, alcohol, glass, cans, crockery and cutlery. There will also be food and drink retailers on site including a licensed bar. Bring your own collapsible seating and picnic style furniture. Please note that no large items of furniture such as; tents, awnings, gazebos or large parasols are permitted. Barbecues, paper lanterns or any lighting with a naked flame are also not permitted.
Tickets are still available to buy (subject to availability) in person only from:
- City Centre Box Office (10am - 6pm) in The Carriageworks on Millennium Square (0113 224 3801)
- Leeds Visitor Centre (9am - 5.30pm) at Leeds Train Station (0113 242 5242)
- From the venue (12noon - 8pm) at the gift shop at Abbey House (0113 230 5492)