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Skies to light up

30 Jun 2015

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The harbour skies are set to sparkle this winter, with the return of the free Friday night fireworks at Docklands.

The weekly displays will run through July and August as a part of the Docklands Winter Festival along the NewQuay promenade.

Rug up and enjoy the all-ages event from the promenade, or get down early to watch the fireworks from one of the waterfront restaurants and bars.

City of Melbourne councilor Beverley Pinder-Mortimer said the fireworks program was designed to invigorate the precinct during the quieter winter months.

“With free entertainment and fireworks every Friday night we are encouraging everyone to rally friends and family and visit one of the many Docklands waterfront restaurants or bars for prime viewing,” Cr Pinder-Mortimer said.

“The Docklands Winter Fireworks program has been a huge success in previous years, with up to 2500 people flocking into NewQuay on Friday nights to make the most of the entertainment.”

“While many cities go into hibernation during winter, Melbourne puts on a show like no other.” Entertainment kicks off from 6.30pm on July 3 with performances from Swing Patrol dancers, The Snow King and Queen and Dream Bear. Fireworks begin at 7.30pm.

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