Millennium Square will soon host its famous Ice Cube, one of the cities “coolest” attractions. Organised by Leeds City Council along with Radio Aire, this year’s event will see the return of the outdoor ice rink, fairground rides and special events.
Councillor Judith Blake, leader of Leeds City Council, said: “It’ll be great to see Ice Cube back on Millennium Square and to see children and families once again enjoying such a unique attraction right at the heart of the city centre.
“This year we’ve had some new and exciting additions to the wonderful programme of activities on Millennium Square and I hope even more people will be able to come along and have some fun at Ice Cube next month.”
Ant Arthur, one half of Radio Aire’s breakfast show Caroline and Ant in the Morning, said: “We can’t wait to see Millennium Square transform into Ice Cube 2018.
“Radio Aire has been broadcasting to Leeds for 35 years and only by having great partners like Leeds City Council can we continue to be the only station dedicated to everything Leeds has to offer.
“We are so proud to be part of the event and have come up with loads of competitions to get you in plus some very special Friday parties. All will be revealed in the New Year!”
Admission tickets for all public ice skating sessions will go on sale early in the new year and are priced at (including booking fees) £8 adults, £6.50 children (12yrs and under) with discounts available for LEEDSCard or BreezeCard holders. For full skating details including session times together with further information for all other attractions can be found at www.leeds.gov.uk/icecube