Central Coast News
A Lover's Guide to Wyong’s Love Lanes Festival
Council Director of Community and Recreation Services, Melanie Smith said it’s an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful history of Wyong and celebrate with friends and loved ones.
“Council has worked closely with Wyong businesses and much-loved local organisations to create a program that’s packed with activities for the whole family,” Ms Smith said.
“The festival will include four stages, aerial acrobatics, live art, a rock wall, chillout areas, market and food stalls. Ultimately, it’s a festival that will have you falling in love with art, culture, music and culinary experiences.
“This year’s mural is a story of celebration, of community and of home, a vibrant love letter inviting the viewer to interact with the work. It is a nod to the historical town centre of Wyong and a reflection of the beautiful natural environment we call home.
“Festivities will kick off at 4pm and will run until 9pm. We encourage the community to take advantage of public transport when travelling to the festival, so you can spend more time exploring laneways, and less time exploring car parks!”
Council Administrator, Rik Hart said the festival transforms Wyong’s heritage laneways and town park into an abundance of colour, sounds and smells.
“Love Lanes Festival continues to be a popular event for the community and it’s a wonderful event for local businesses and organisations to showcase their talents and expertise, and to celebrate this beautiful place Coasties call home,” Mr Hart said.
To see the full event program, accessibility, the line-up for each of the stages, and road closure information visit here
Love Lanes Festival is presented by Central Coast Council, and major sponsor The Mounties Group.
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