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Adding some sparkle

29 Jun 2016

Adding some sparkle Image

The annual Docklands Winter Fireworks are back this month, bringing a little bit of sparkle to your Friday nights throughout July and August.

Funded each year by the City of Melbourne, the fireworks will light up the harbour each Friday, starting from July 1.

Entertainment, including live music, roving performers, buskers and dance workshops, will start at 6.30pm. There will also be plenty of food on offer, both from waterfront restaurants and a variety of food stalls.

The fireworks show itself will start each Friday from 7.30pm, promising to “wow” the crowds who line the waterfront.

Cr Beverley Pinder-Mortimer said the fireworks program was designed to reinvigorate the precinct during the quieter winter months.

“Melbourne thrives on the enjoyment of its people and the Docklands Winter Fireworks event is truly an event for all ages to enjoy,” Cr Pinder-Mortimer said.

“The Winter Fireworks program brings the community together during the quieter months to have fun, enjoy the majestic views of the city from Docklands, eat good food at world-class waterfront restaurants and be amazed by the spectacular fireworks display.”

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