Mudgee Glow

Published on 30 March 2023

Mudgee Glow

Mudgee CBD will light up this Friday evening for Mudgee Glow.

The free family event will feature spectacular lights and entertainment across Robertson Park and Market Street from 6pm – 9pm.

Watch spectacular projections as a number of key buildings, including Mudgee Town Hall and Mudgee Post Office, are lit up.

In Robertson Park, there will be a wide range of food available to suit all tastes, including Vietnamese, pizza, ice cream, donuts, coffee, popcorn and more.

There will be live music and roving entertainment throughout the night including Patrick Butterworth, LED dancers, mirrored people and illuminated angel wings for photos.

Mudgee Glow coincides with the opening of the latest exhibition at Mudgee Arts Precinct, Working the Waters. Make the most of your night out, wander to the precinct on Market Street and experience this immersive video exhibition by local artists, open from 5pm - 8pm.

Mayor Des Kennedy encouraged locals and visitors to come along.

“Unless you’re purchasing food, this event is completely free to attend,” Cr Kennedy said.

“There are no tickets or gates just come on down and enjoy the night.

“It really will be spectacular, and we thank the NSW Government for helping us to deliver this.

“If you can’t make it on Friday night, don’t worry, the projections and tree lights will be installed for two weeks over Easter until Friday, 14 April.”

As part of the event, Market Street (between Perry and Douro Streets) will be closed on Friday, 31 March from 3.30pm –10pm. Access to Australia Post will remain in place until 5pm. Residents and businesses are advised to use alternative parking areas on Perry Street and in Council's Short Street car park during this time. Council apologises for any inconvenience.

This event is being delivered through the support of the NSW Government’s Reconnecting Regional NSW - Community Events Program.

More information can be found on Council’s website and Facebook page.