Twilight Night 2019 Frequently Asked Questions
October 9, 2019
Twilight Night by Fairy Light 2019
Friday 25 October 7-9pm.
Q. What time do the gates open?
Gates will open to wristband holders only at 7pm, Friday 25 October.
Entry is subject to terms and conditions and is via the Belfast Rd & Magheralave
Please allow plenty of time to park and make your way to Wallace Park.
Q. Can you buy wristbands at Wallace Park on the night?
No. Wristbands can only be purchased online prior to the event.
Q. What time is the Fireworks Display?
Depending on wind speed and direction the Fireworks display will take place at
Q. Is there event parking.
There is no parking available onsite other than limited parking for Blue Badge holders at Parkmount car-park at the
Belfast Road side of Wallace Park. All Blue Badge holders must fully and correctly display their permit on
their vehicle’s dashboard.
Parking restrictions will be in place in areas surrounding Wallace Park. Visitors must extend all reasonable courtesy to
the needs of local residents. Please use public car-parks within the Lisburn
area. For further information please visit:
Q. Is there a drop-off/pick-up point?
No, but please raise any accessibility issues with our Box Office team before the day of the event.
Q. Is there wheelchair access?
A tarmac drive leads through the park area. While the site is accessible, we ask all attendees to operate
caution underfoot in grass areas or on uneven surfaces.
Q. Do you have an Autism Friendly fast-track Queue?
individuals on the autism spectrum, you can join our fast-track queue by simply approaching one of our Security Personnel at the
park entrances who will make all reasonable attempts to assist you.
Please note that you must present your Autism Alert Card, National Autism Card or JAM Card to avail of this.
There is also a ‘quiet space’ in Wallace Park with sensory packs, if required.
Q. Do children require a wristband?
Yes. All children require a wristband. All proceeds from Twilight Night by Fairy Light 2019 will go to The Mayor’s
Charity, Air Ambulance NI.
Q. What is your policy on unaccompanied
All children, in possession of a wristband are welcome to Twilight Night by Fairy Light. Children under 16 years must be accompanied by a responsible
Q. Are dogs permitted?
Assistance Dogs only are permitted. Please note there will be loud noises.
Q. Can I bring my own food and drink?
Yes. There will be a number of food and drink concessions selling refreshments on
the night. However, alcohol and glass bottles are not permitted onsite.
Q. Can I come in Fancy Dress?
Yes. We would encourage anyone planning to attend to add to the Twilight sparkle by wearing fancy dress, or
neon glow sticks. Just remember this is a family event with very young children attending.
Q. What happens if it rains?
This is an outdoor event and it is anticipated it will go ahead regardless of the weather.
However, in extreme weather conditions the Council reserves the right to cancel or adjust the event programme.
In heavy rain, please be prepared for uneven, slippery and muddy surfaces in the
park. We would encourage you to stay on the guided pathways. Regardless, we
advise wearing suitable weather-proof footwear and clothing.
Q. What time does the event finish?
Twilight Night by Fairy Light finishes at approximately 9pm after the Fireworks