You’re invited to kickstart 2023 with a bang!
Join us at Max Ruddock reserve to celebrate New Year’s Eve with family fun, food, and 9pm fireworks!
Tickets cost $5 and are free for children under 2 years. Ticket holders will receive a complimentary gift on arrival.
Ticket sales will be released in two stages:
- First 1200 tickets (per site) on sale 12pm Friday 2 December 2022
- Remaining tickets (per site) on sale 12pm Monday 19 December 2022
We are expecting tickets to sell out quickly so be sure to get in early!
Book tickets here.
5:00pm - Neisha Murphy (Roving)
5:00pm – 5:55pm – Maggie Tra (DJ)
5:55pm – 6:00pm – Acknowledgement to Country and MC welcome by Lucy Suze Taylor (MC)
6:00pm – 7:00pm - Midnight Tea Party (Band)
7:00pm - 8:00pm – Maggie Tra (DJ) + Lucy Suze Taylor (MC)
8:00pm – 8:58pm – The Pigs (Band)
8:58pm - 9:00pm – Lucy Suze Taylor (MC) Count Down for 9pm
9:00pm – Fireworks
You’re invited to BYO picnic. There will be a limited offering of food vendors at the event, such as ice cream and snacks. We recommend bringing a picnic basket and/or Esky with food and drinks, plus foldable chairs or a picnic rug, refillable water bottles and weather protection to make a comfortable space for yourself on the grass. Cooking equipment, such as camping gas burners, are not permitted on site.
Parking is limited at Max Ruddock Reserve with the closest parking spaces reserved for those with Accessible Parking Permits (APP). Accessible parking (with a displayed APP) will be available at the park.
There will be a photographer and videographer capturing the event throughout the evening. If patrons choose not to be photographed, please ask our friendly event staff for a red wristband. If you have any questions regarding New Year’s Eve AT Parramatta, contact us at email@example.com.
Acknowledgement of Country
For over 60,000 years the Parramatta area has been home of the Burramattagal people, a clan of the Dharug, who settled along the upper reaches of the Parramatta River. City of Parramatta respectfully recognises the Traditional Owners of the land and waters of Parramatta, the Dharug people, and pay our respects to the Elders past, present and emerging. We extend our respect to all First Nationals people visiting these sites.
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