Silent Ice Skating Festival
Time Out says
This free ice skating and silent disco combo is coming back to Chippendale this month
Strap on your skates and head to Central Park Mall because Sydney’s grooviest ice rink is about to re-open this May. You can practice your twirls and backwards gliding every day from 10am to 8pm, and from 4-8pm you can take it up a notch, listening to music pumped through your headphones by the resident DJ – if you book in for these dance-skating sessions from Monday-Wednesday, you’ll also get a $10 voucher to blow at the mall.
Skating and glowing headphones are free, however the sessions are limited to 45 people on the ice at any one time, and each session runs for one hour (or 30 minutes for when the hordes descend at popular times). Skates are offered on a first-come first-served basis for each session.