From 28th-31st October, it will light up the city with creativity, innovation, and wonder.
To celebrate the festival’s 10th anniversary there will be some very special guests heading to Lincoln’s historic streets. Pop along and meet a giant snail robot, the mysterious Invisible Man and some very silly bees!
Luma is a huge 9-metre long snail made by robot creators Air Giants. Blending the excitement of technology and the wonder of nature, Luma is a magical, captivating character. The whole family will be spellbound in the company of this gentle giant
Also popping up over the weekend – if you can find him – is The Invisible Man. This living, breathing experiment is an unforgettable experience. Can you spot him as he strolls alongside shoppers and awestruck bystanders? The medical marvel will be accompanied by his mysterious doctor. Don’t miss this chance to come face to face with the man who isn’t there!
This half term people of all ages will be buzzing as a colony of curious bees arrives in Lincoln. Have you ever wondered what the inside of a beehive is like? Well, you may be in for a surprise! Each of these hives is hiding something very unique inside. And the cheeky beekeepers with them may have a secret or two to tell as well. The Bees don’t sting. They’re a bit too distracted to make any honey. But, you better bee-lieve it when we say, they really are funny!
Alongside these family friendly weekend treats, there will be plenty more pop-ups, installations, and interactive experiences for all ages to enjoy. Including (but not limited to!) a chance to explore VR and mixed reality technology, take a sonic trip around the world, and explore our universe.
This free, family-friendly festival will be centred around the Cornhill Quarter. But look out for other fun Frequency surprises springing up in St Mark’s Garden, the Lower High Street and other outdoor spaces too.
Frequency 2021 will be following the latest guidance, and have extra measures in place to ensure everyone can enjoy this year’s festival as fully and safely as possible.
For full details of all the half-term events and activities taking place at Frequency Festival head to www.frequency.org.uk/