Fantastical lights and sculptures will bathe the park in a myriad of hues and all sorts of mythical creatures, entertainers and artisans will weave their enchantment as magical melodies fill the air.
Grown-ups are encouraged to dress up their little souls, don a disguise of their own as they embark on the twilight family adventure which draws to a close with a fireworks finale at 8.30pm.
The free festivities can be accessed on first-come-first served basis via the Belfast and Magheralave Road entrances to Wallace Park. To avoid tears and tantrums you are encouraged to arrive early. Please ensure children are accompanied by an adult. Celebrations are weather permitting and please do take care to dress appropriately for the weather. Assistance Dogs only permitted at this event.
For further information or to plan or book more autumn treats in Lisburn log onto islandartscentre.com or visitlisburn.com. Alternatively contact ISLAND Arts Centre on 028 9250 9509.
Lisburn is the perfect haunt for enchanting spectres Ellie Wildeman and Chloe Hughes, as they join The Mayor of Lisburn, Alderman William Leathem and Councillor Thomas Beckett, Chairman of the Council's Leisure Services Committee to celebrate the City's Twilight Night by Fairy Light at Wallace Park Lisburn on Wednesday 31 October 7pm-9pm.