You’ve never experienced a tube run like this before! Fire and Ice Festival is returning to Bracebridge this January, along with its famous downtown tube run enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.
This day-long festival will hold its grand opening event on Friday, January 27th, and will run from morning to evening on Saturday, January 28th.
The festival incorporates both fire and ice elements into its schedule, hence the name Fire and Ice.
This year, that means fireworks, fire pits, and fire demonstrations, as well as ice skating, ice sculptures, and ice cream!
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There will be activities held at locations all over town, including life-sized games, outdoor bowling, an interactive drum circle, climbing, campfires, outdoor skating in the winter village, mini golf, goat visits, and much more.
Visitors can also look forward to a stacked lineup of performances and live shows, including buskers, singers, fire demonstrations, The Great Canadian Lumberjack Show, and a dazzling fireworks show at 6 PM.
And of course, there will be no shortage of food and drinks to enjoy, like cooked popcorn over a campfire, free snacks and coffee, hot dogs, hot chocolate, a pancake breakfast, drinks at the skating rink-side bar, and a whole lot more.
However, the main attraction is definitely the downtown tube run, which will be open all day long on from Mary Street to Taylor Road.
The street will be closed to traffic and will transform into a tube slide right in the heart of downtown.
Visitors of all ages are welcome to stop by and enjoy this annual event. Admission is just $10 per person and includes access to the tube run.
It’s time to embrace the winter season, Ontario! This festival is just one great way to make the most of it.
Fire and Ice Festival Bracebridge
When: January 27th, 2023 (7:30 PM to 9 PM) & January 28th, 2023 (9 AM to 6 PM)
Where: Bracebridge, Ontario (see festival locations here)
Cost: $10 per person (13 and up), $5 per child (6 to 12 years old), free (under 5)
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