A combination of windy weather and low temperatures, as well as a few drops of rain, made for a chilly Saturday night at Brew and Bite.
However, it didn't hinder the crowds on what was a fantastic night.
One of the Bathurst Winter Festival's key nights - alongside Ignite the Night the previous Saturday - Brew and Bite saw food and drinks from across the Central West on offer to the crowd.
There were also market stalls at Kings Parade, rides and, of course, the ice rink, two-storey carousel and ferris wheel.
Bathurst mayor Graeme Hanger said the crowd on Saturday was similar to that of the previous Saturday - between 12,000 and 14,000 people.
"A lot of people had a lot of fun and while it was colder than the first Saturday night, it stayed fine for most of the night," he said.
"There was a couple of showers on the night, but it wasn't much and it didn't deter anyone.
"The cold weather doesn't deter people. They put on another layer and out they come.
"It went so well and everything was great about it. People were walking around with smiles on their faces and just looking at everything.
Cr Hanger said that the crowd featured plenty of visitors the Bathurst region.
"They came from here, there and everywhere," he said."
"There was a lot of people from Sydney and from across of the Central West."
The Bathurst Winter Festival is set to wrap up on Sunday, July 21, and Cr Hanger recommends anyone who hasn't checked out the illumination displays around Machattie Park should see it now before it's too late.
"If there's anyone in Bathurst that hasn't seen the court house by next Saturday night, it's disappointing because they've missed out on a spectacular sight," he said.
It's not too late to enjoy some of the festival's key attractions, such as the ice rink, the two-storey carousel and the ferris wheel.
To purchase tickets to the rides, visit the festival's website at www.bathurstwinterfestival.com.au.