Experience and even interact with flaming sculptures and be entranced by fire dancers. This all takes place inside the historic Transfer Warehouse in Town. Kids will love being able to push a button or turn a crank to make powerful sculptures spew flames into the night sky. While taking in all this magnificence, you will also be able to enjoy music by DJ Kentendo and learn the nuances of each intricate sculpture by MC, Colin Sullivan of Telluride Theatre. Hot cider & other libations at the cash bar at this one-of-a-kind event. Snacks for sale as well.
Friday, December 6, 5-8 pm: tickets at the door only after 4pm
Sunday, December 8, 5-8 pm: tickets at the door only after 4pm
Tickets: $20 in advance $25 at the door.
12 and under free. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
About The Iconic Transfer Warehouse
In 1906, before the advent of the automobile, the cavernous, two-story stone space was the barn for the local livery and the center of the Warehouse District that served the mining industry. It was a bustling hub where people and goods flowed from the trains, through the building, and out into the town and the mines. Today the stone (roofless) building is a perfect backdrop for fire art!
This venue will soon be transformed into a new center for the arts. Thank you Telluride Arts for the use of this special place.