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Wyong's Love Lanes Festival Returns to Share The Love
This year's festival features guided tours along the Wyong Heritage Walk, as well live music across four stages, roving entertainment, food and market stalls, a kid's zone, circus precinct and art installations.
Council Unit Manager Community Partnerships, Glenn Cannard said Love Lanes is a chance to discover Wyong's hidden gems and immerse the whole family in the buzz, hype and vibe of this unique outdoor festival.
"The festival will transform Wyong's heritage laneways and town park into an exciting hub of art, culture and culinary experiences," Mr Cannard said.
"This year, visitors can also take a virtual tour and experience what the buildings and streetscape of Wyong looked like 100 years ago."
Mayor Lisa Mathews said the 2019 Love Lanes event attracted approximately 15,000 festival goers and injected over $1.1million into the local economy.
"Love Lanes showcases some of the best Wyong has to offer and I'd encourage community members and visitors to lock in this year's date and join in the fun," Mayor Matthews said.
"This festival goes from strength to strength and has been instrumental in changing the profile of Wyong for visitors, residents and investors alike."
The festivities kick off at 4pm and run until 9pm. Registrations are essential for guided walking tours and can be made on event day at the Wyong Family History Group stall located in Lee Academy Park.
To help make this festival a success and safe for motorists and visitors alike, road closures will be in place at:
- Alison Road (between Pacific Highway and Margaret St) 6am-11pm
- Bakers Lane (between Pacific Highway and Rankens Court 6am-11pm
- Rankens Court 6am-11pm
- Peters Lane 6am-11pm
- Hely Street (between Plaza Lane & Alison Road) 6am-11pm
- Robley Lane (between Pacific Highway & Hely Street) 11am-11pm
Love Lanes Festival
Saturday 8 February 2020
4pm - 9pm
Wyong, Central Coast
This article archived 29 Mar 2020
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