West Bridgford’s free Christmas Lights Switch makes a long-awaited return on Saturday November 27 from 10am until 6pm and its bill of live music, local groups and performers has now been confirmed!
Seasonal festivities will take place on Central Avenue in the town throughout the day with a food and gift market, other great local retail shops open all day, street theatre entertainment and a firework spectacular after the lights are turned on at 5pm by Mayor of Rushcliffe Cllr Sue Mallender.
Music and street art performances will be on offer on the Main Stage based on the Croquet Lawn adjacent to Central Avenue and the Street Performance Zone close to Tudor Square.
Times are subject to change.
12pm – 3pm DJ Kingpin
3pm – 4pm Pure Steel steel band
4.15pm – 5pm Soul Sessions up tempo covers duo
5pm Lights Switch On followed by fireworks
5.10pm – 5.20pm LED glow performance
5.25pm – 6pm DJ Kingpin
Street Performance Zone
10am – 12pm Circus Hub
12.30pm – 1pm Plumtree Choir
1.05pm – 1.25pm Punch and Judy show
1.30pm – 3pm YouNG performers
3.05pm – 3.25pm Punch and Judy show
3.30pm – 4.30pm Rock Choir
5.10pm – 5.40pm Punch and Judy show
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Communities and Climate Change Cllr Abby Brennan said: “We can’t wait to welcome local live music groups and performers as part of what promises to be a wonderful way to start the festive season.
“We know how much local people love coming to see their friends or loved ones perform and giving them support or enjoy seeing new acts and entertainment as part of a day of fun-filled activities and highlights.
“Come on down to the food and gift market from 10am and then enjoy the music and performances before the lights turn on at 5pm and we enjoy the low noise fireworks show.”
The food and gift market will showcase a selection of the region’s and Borough’s finest designers and producers, offering a chance to buy a range of seasonal treats to put a smile on the face of a friend or loved one.
All the fun leads to the streets being illuminated with thousands of sparkling lights with the low noise but no less spectacular fireworks finale.
That’s in line with the Council’s wider environmental priorities to protect those affected by louder fireworks. It will also operate the event in line with any central government guidelines on COVID-19 and more comfortably distanced features and stalls to allow more social distance for event goers.
For any questions on the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Central Avenue will be closed to buses and traffic from 6pm on Friday November 26 in preparation for the event and reopen at 9pm on Saturday November 27.