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Witness a sculpture burn at the annual Fire Up the Fields event

Fire Up the Fields returns to Sculpture Fields at Montague Park on Saturday, Oct. 14.

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This giant wooden sculpture “Frustum I” will be set aflame when the sun sets.

It’s time to Fire Up the Fields, Nooga. The annual event returns to Sculpture Fields at Montague Park on Saturday, Oct. 14 beginning at 6 p.m.

Folks of all ages are welcome to attend the community event featuring live music and entertainers, local breweries and food truck offerings, and the giant sculpture burn.

The colossal wooden sculpture titled “Frustum I” was designed + constructed by local artist Andrew Nigh and will be set aflame after dark. Bonus: Check out the setup of the sculpture.

The event is free to attend, although VIP tickets are available to purchase to support Sculpture Fields. Tickets include VIP area admission, parking, hors d’oeuvres, two drinks of choice, private gallery and restroom access + an exclusive walking tour that will take place at 5:30 p.m.

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