Penrith Producers set to light up Triangle Park

Penrith Producers set to light up Triangle Park

Wednesday, 23 March 2022

Eat, drink and enjoy live music when Penrith Producers returns to Triangle Park on Friday 1 April.

Penrith Mayor Tricia Hitchen welcomes the opportunity to celebrate the local food industry, to support local businesses and to gather as a community after another unprecedented year of disruptions from the floods and ongoing recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Council is committed to creating vibrant and inclusive events for our community to enjoy,” Cr Hitchen said.

“Penrith Producers is a chance to celebrate our fantastic makers, to build community and support local businesses as we enjoy Penrith at night.”

“Triangle Park is right in the heart of our City and with some festival elements of lighting and event furniture, it sets the scene for a magical night under the stars.”

At Penrith Producers the community, workers and visitors will have the chance to enjoy a glass of wine or try local craft beer from Rusty Penny and Casey’s Brewery while they savour delights from a range of local producers like Underground Coffee Roasters, The Big Big Aloha, Mjays Bubble Tea, Swirl Deli, Kitchen at Poynting, Cana Farm and more.

“Our City has been through so much this past year, to be able to come together to enjoy this event that celebrates our unique food and drink offerings as well as our local talented musicians, is an opportunity not to be missed,” Cr Hitchen said.

Penrith Producers is curated by Penrith City Council and funded through a $15,000 grant from The Festival of Place Summer Night Fund, a NSW Government initiative to support food and beverage operators and producers while encouraging a safe return to public spaces through city activation. Click here for more information on The Festival of Place.

The event will be held in Triangle Park, Penrith on Friday 1 April from 6pm-10pm. Find out more at

Information contained within this news release was correct as at Wednesday, 23 March 2022.