The initial event, which will take place on Sunday 5th November has now SOLD OUT, less than a week after going on sale. The Club and St Helens Council have agreed to extend the event into a second night, which will be held the day prior to Bonfire Night - on Saturday 4th November.
A spokesperson from the Club commented: “We have seen increased demand for tickets since the event was launched last week. With this in mind and working with the Council, we have been able to facilitate a second night, to allow more people to be able to enjoy the event and for us to meet this demand. We have also taken onboard feedback from last year’s inaugural event, including around entertainment and the firework display itself, to make the evening even more enjoyable for attendees.”
St Helens Borough Council Leader, Councillor David Baines, said: “I’m delighted to see the return of From The Ground Comes Light fire and light display at Saints, with this year’s spectacle taking place over two nights following a successful sell-out debut event in 2022.
“We know how much our communities value public events like this which the council caters for as much as our tight budgets allow, but in light of an increased demand in statutory services such as adult’s and children’s social care – made even more challenging by dwindling funding from central government – we’ve got to start looking at doing things differently and so working in partnership with Saints is the most viable option.
“The Totally Wicked Stadium is one of the best purpose-build rugby league stadiums in the world, geared to hosting a variety of events like music concerts and firework shows like we saw last year, so spectators are certainly in for a spectacular evening of quality entertainment in a safe and controlled environment.”
The Saturday event will see a slightly different entertainment line-up, and the Saints kit launch will only be held on the 5th November, but the bulk of the line-up, including the Fire & Light display, will be very similar for both nights.
WHAT IS FROM THE GROUND COMES LIGHT?
The unique event, sponsored by St Helens Council, is an opportunity to watch first-class entertainment within the extensive modern facilities of the Totally Wicked Stadium, all for a great value ticket price geared towards families.
There will again be a packed offering of live entertainment from local artists including dancers, musicians and a DJ as well as the incredible laser light and pyrotechnics display.
Children’s entertainment, face painting, inflatables and other activities will take place in the stadium concourses before the main entertainment begins on the pitch.
Due to a large area of the stadium being required for the display and other entertainment, capacity will again be limited to around 5,000 in the South Stand of the Totally Wicked Stadium, meaning this is a fully ticketed event.
The stadium will have an extensive food and drink offering available for attendees from the stadium kiosks.
HOW CAN I GET TICKETS?
Tickets for the event on sale now via the Saints online ticketing platform here. We strongly advise the public to use this method to secure your tickets quickly and easily.
Your ticket contains all your essential information so please read, the details carefully.
Tickets will also be available via the Saints Ticket Office at the Totally Wicked Stadium, subject to availability.
Tickets for wheelchair users are available to purchase for the event, subject to availability. These must be purchased by calling the Club Ticket Office on 01744 455052 or emailing [email protected]. Proof of eligibility must be provided to obtain a wheelchair accessible ticket.
IMPORTANT EVENT INFORMATION
From The Ground Comes Light will take place at the Totally Wicked Stadium, across two nights. Sunday 5th November is now SOLD OUT. A second night has now been added to take place the day prior – Saturday 4th November. Your ticket only gives you access to the one night with which your ticket is associated – not both events.
Please note: Tickets are not transferable between the two nights of the event and cannot be amended or exchanged.
Gates will open at 5:15pm, with live pitch entertainment from 6:15pm and the laser light show and pyrotechnics display getting underway at approx. 7:15pm, the event will end at around 7:35pm.
HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS?
Tickets are priced at £8 for adults and £5 for children aged 11 and under. A family ticket that includes two adults and two 11 and under tickets is priced at £19 – meaning a £7 saving for a family of four.
Please note: Age checks will take place on entry; please ensure you purchase the correct age category of ticket for your party.
IS HOSPITALTY AVAILABLE?
We have a limited number of our VIP Executive Boxes priced at £250 for a package of 12 guests, which includes:
- Private box for 12 people with viewing balcony
- Exclusive Bar Access
- Hot Buffet (Pizza, Chicken Nuggets & Chips)
Please note you will not have concourse access if located in our executive boxes.
To book or enquire – please call 01744 455086 or email [email protected]
No parking will be available at the stadium site.
Council car parks will also be available and free for the evening. These can be found here.
Very limited Accessible parking will be made available in due-course – an announcement on this process will be made closer to the event.
Further event information will also be published in due course.