With Christmas just around the corner, feel the true joy and spirit of this season and join in the fun and festivities to make the holidays more meaningful and joyous.

A yearly tradition in Cairns to celebrate the Yuletide season, Carols by Candlelights will be bringing together the entire community to make this holiday season as brighter and more fun than ever. Taking place on 14 December at Fogarty Park in The Esplanade, this event will once again feature brilliant local acts, a new starting time and everyone's favourite timeless Christmas carols.

Carols by Candlelight will again bring excitement to the crowd out in Fogarty Park for a night of family-friendly entertainment and festivities under the stars.

Aside from festive fun and excellent entertainment, Carols by Candlelights will also be a celebration for a great cause. The objective of this holiday spectacle is to help raise funds for the benefit of the less-privileged members of our community who will be given a hamper full of festive treats.

Last year’s event was an incredible success with a host of local acts bringing more fun and entertainment throughout the event and engaged the crowd, who kept singing along with notable musical guests Chris Lloyds and Rhys Tolhurst. They also witnessed an impressive performance by the Cairns Choral Society and the event was also graced by Miss World Australia Erin Holland.

Party the night away and enjoy live musical performances from talented local acts at this year’s Carols by Candlelights. Santa Clause will also be there for more surprises, whether you’ve been naughty or nice all year.

Mark your calendars now and don’t miss these holiday festivities in Cairns. Visitors coming to the city to be part of this event will also be glad to find affordable Trinity Beach Accommodation. Marline Cove is a great choice of lodging and is located near the event venue.

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