Norie-Miller Light Nights in Perth – The Launch

The Norie-Miller Light Night event was launched on Saturday night (28th Jan) in Perth.

This free event is running until February 14th when it will finish on a special Valentine’s theme with other featured nights dotted around the fortnight.

The launch was focused on Burns Night and showcased some fabulous Scottish talent including fire juggling, the Perth and District Pipe Band, highland dancing and more!

Norie-MIller Walk looking magical

Norie-MIller Walk looking magical

The Perth and District Pipe Band entertaining the crowds

The Perth and District Pipe Band entertaining the crowds

Fire juggling with Tay Street as a backdrop - fab!

Fire juggling with Tay Street as a backdrop – fab!

Fire breathing was definitely a crowd-pleaser

Fire breathing was definitely a crowd-pleaser

Fire acts in front of the freshly lit art in Norie-Miller walk

Fire acts in front of the freshly lit art in Norie-Miller walk

More fire act goodness in Perth, Scotland

More fire act goodness in Perth, Scotland

Backlit pond plantsat Norie-Miller Walk in Perth

Backlit pond plantsat at the upper pond area

No dampened spirits here!

No dampened spirits here!

The highland dancers did a great job despite the less than favourable weather

The highland dancers did a great job despite the less than favourable weather

What a magical look for the Norie-Miller Walk in Perth

What a magical look for Perth

From the bridge, Norie-Miller looks every bit as good

From the bridge, the popular walk  looks every bit as good

Tay Street in Perth - a perfect backdrop for Norie-Miller Light Nights

Tay Street in Perth – a perfect backdrop for Norie-Miller Light Nights

The event is on now (28th Jan to 14th Feb) so get down to Perth’s Norie-Miller Walk for this fantastic event. Entry is free and there is hot food and drink on site. The next themed night is Monday 30th where there will be Chinese New Year inspired acts. Be sure to check out the Chinese parade which kicks off at 16.45 at the bottom of the High Street (where it meets Tay Street). The festivities will be extended into Norie-Miller where there will be firecrackers and Chinese Arts demonstrations.

For more information on the event, check out the Perth City Website

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