The streets of Singleton light up with the spectacular Firelight
Singleton town centre was ablaze with fire performers, hearty food, a laneway bar and live entertainment when Singleton Firelight returned for one night only this May.
Thousands of people converged on the CBD for the free, family-friendly after dark event.
Mayor of Singleton, Cr Sue Moore said Firelight was a great opportunity for people to ignite their curiosity and discover all that Singleton has to offer.
“We are really excited for Firelight to return in May, transforming John Street into a hothouse of entertainment, food and family-friendly fun,” Cr Moore said.
“Our annual homage to cooler temperatures is always very popular with locals and visitors, and we hope this year will be no different with packed program of fire, music and magic, interactive art, roving acts, and delicious food and local beer, wine and spirits," she said.
Firelight was a sensory delight for all ages, with light installations, fire performers, balloon twisting, face painting, and a Laneway Bar where the adults could chill out.
Cr Sue Moore was excited to welcome both locals and visitors alike to experience all that Singleton has to offer.
"This is a great opportunity for locals to find renewed inspiration in all that Singleton has to offer, and for visitors to discover the hidden and not-so-hidden gems that make Singleton a hub of creativity and community.”
For more information about Singleton Firelight Festival visit www.singleton.nsw.gov.au