Ateshgah Fire Temple of Baku

We have the most unusual and beautiful honour to be performing tonight in the Ateshgah Fire Temple of Baku, Azerbaijan.
An ancient Zoroastrian shrine built between the 5th and 7th centuries but possibly worshipped at long before, with seven pillars of flame burning from the ground since records began.

Ateshga literally means „home of fire“. Atash آتش is the Persian word for fire and this temple is dedicated to Jwala Ji „flame“ in Sanskrit, worshipped by both Zoroastrians and Hindus over the ages.

Our team of four fire performers is excited and keen to bring our largest flames to bear in this humbling and historic location.

The event is high profile but we can’t mention specifics yet. The broadcast should follow worldwide shortly!


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