A new Christmas music trail has arrived at Heaton Park.

The music trail, from the makers of Christmas at Kew, has been brought to the park by Sony Music and will run until December 31.

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Among the music, there will be an immersive light trail with colour-changing orbs of light stretching out into the distance and large flowers and neon strings that reach into the sky.

There will be a laser garden filled with thousands of tiny beams of light and a giant sparkling tunnel.

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Matthew Findlay, head of UK Trails for Sony Music/Raymond Gubbay Ltd, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing this beautiful new trail to Manchester for 2023.

“We’re collaborating with the team at Culture Creative, who have a wealth of expertise in designing and delivering light trails.

“Working sympathetically with the landscape and history of Heaton Park, we have created an unforgettable, immersive experience illuminating the special beauty of the location, suitable for all the family to enjoy this Christmas.”

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A fairground village will also be there with rides, food and drinks.

Standard tickets are £18 for adults and £14 for children aged three to 16 and off-peak tickets adult tickets are £15 and £10 for children.