Vivid Sydney lights festival continued in Parramatta. 30 June 2010.
The Luminary Street Parade will launch on 30 June and will assemble in Macquarie Street Parramatta.
Be part of the opening night celebrations of Luminary as the ParraMac Parade takes over the city streets for one magical night. This street parade will light up Parramatta’s streets with bands, historic vehicles, the Illuminati of Circus Solarus, puppet figures, floats and local personalities - all illuminated. We invite residents and visitors alike to participate in this very special event and join the parade as it makes it way through the city, celebrating Lachlan Macquarie’s legacy to the ‘cradle city’ of Parramatta, and the state of NSW.
The parade begins at Parramatta Town Hall and will make its way along Church and George streets. As the parade passes, be among the first to witness the brilliance of the Luminary Art and Light Installations, as words and visions of past and present light up some of Parramatta’s most treasured buildings.
The parade culminates in a dazzling son-et-lumiere and fireworks display at Old Government House.
Supported by the NSW State Government and The Electric Canvas.
Production and Design by AGB Events - Anthony Bastic
A spectacular five-day theatrical light display on Parramatta’s landmark buildings celebrating the magnificence of Macquarie’s vision for Parramatta.
In the first of its kind for Western Sydney, Luminary will encompass the transformation of building facades along George Street into an active story board that traces Macquarie’s legacy.
This extraordinary event takes shape on the Westpac Bank building, Lachlan Macquarie Chambers, Brislington House, the Clock Tower of the Commonwealth Law Courts and Old Government House.
Be part of the opening night celebrations of Luminary as the ParraMac Parade takes over the city streets for one magical night.
A ParraMac 2010 event.