After a successful trial event over the August bank holiday weekend, a huge K-Pop party will now run every month at a Norwich venue.

The city's new Saturday night event will launch at Putt Putt Noodle in the Castle Quarter on October 7.

It will run on the first weekend of each month from 8pm until midnight and it will celebrate the popular South Korean music genre. 

Tickets include unlimited golf, fortune cookies and a free shot, with DJs playing K-Pop tunes from the likes of BTS and Blackpink. 

READ MORE: 'A massive thank you' - Norwich Market stalwart sells hog roast business

Putt Putt Noodle features three nine-hole courses inspired by the cherry blossoms of Japan, the crouching tigers of the Far East and the dragon symbols of Asia.

Earlier this year, Japanese restaurant Yo Me Sushi opened its first location in East Anglia inside the venue. 

Norwich Evening News: Tickets include unlimited crazy golf at Putt Putt NoodleTickets include unlimited crazy golf at Putt Putt Noodle (Image: Putt Putt Noodle)

The menu includes sushi rolls, nigiri, katsu and dumplings and the collaboration has resulted in a new range of cocktails, including Bubble tea specials. 

READ MORE: All you need to know ahead of Norwich Beer Festival 2023

Richard Beese, owner of Putt Putt Noodle, said: "The bank holiday K-Pop Party was such a success and Norwich party-goers really loved it, so we have decided to roll it out on the first Saturday of every month."

Tickets to the K-Pop Party cost £6 online at or £7 on the door.

There are now live DJs every Saturday night at the venue.