Bathurst Winter Festival, 2017: Silent disco

DISCO READY: Bathurst Regional Council mayor Graeme Hanger with his grandchildren (back) Lexie, William (front) Ava, Stella and Jake trying out the silent disco headphones. Photo: SUPPLIED 071417disco2

DISCO READY: Bathurst Regional Council mayor Graeme Hanger with his grandchildren (back) Lexie, William (front) Ava, Stella and Jake trying out the silent disco headphones. Photo: SUPPLIED 071417disco2

WITH the Bathurst Winter Festival due to wind up on Sunday, the ice rink is set to turn into a silent disco.

The silent disco kicked off on Friday evening with skaters loaned free headphones during their session to enjoy the music.

On again from from 5-9pm this Saturday and Sunday, Bathurst Regional Council mayor Graeme Hanger said it will be a fun way to end the third annual winter festival.

“Having the silent disco on ice sessions is a wonderful way celebrate the success of this year’s Bathurst Winter Festival,” he said.

Identification or a $20 refundable deposit will be required to use the headphones. Only 95 headsets are available each session.

The carousel and ferris will operate from 9am to 9pm across the weekend, the illuminations begin at dusk.

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