Premier Family favourite event, Carols by Candlelight is back on Sunday 20 December. (now Monday 21st)

This years’ program includes community favourites, Shepparton Brass and Wind, Turaton Music Company Christmas Choir and Goulburn Valley Pipes and Drums. Initial Stages vibrant young group of performers will kick off the night at 6:30pm with a Children’s Program.

Georgy Award winners Nicky Pummeroy, Adam Poole, Connor McDonald and many other talented locals will perform their favourite solos and also encourage the audience to join in and sing along with the Traditional Carols.

This year’s Carols will be co-hosted by ABC radio breakfast presenter Matt Dowling and Jamie Lea, a local talented performer.

The evening will finish with a repeat of last years spectacular GMCU fireworks show, set to light up the sky over the Queens Gardens and thrill the audience.

The organising committee wish to advise any pet owners within the vicinity to bring their animals indoors from 9:30pm - 10:15pm.

The event is free thanks to funding and in-kind support from many local organisations, including Greater Shepparton City Council, the Goulburn Murray Credit Union (GMCU), Shepparton News and Newsprinters, Shepparton Show Me, Foott Waste, ONE FM 98.5 and SPC Ardmona Factory Sales.

Please bring chairs, cushions and rugs. Carol books, candles, food and drink will also be available for sale from 5:30pm on the night. Accessible seating is available to book by contacting Riverlinks on (03) 5832 9511.

In case of rain, the event will be held at the Multi-Purpose Pavilion, Shepparton Showgrounds.

Greater Shepparton City Council is a proud sponsor of this event.

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