Blue Light Discos are a safe, fun night out for primary school and high school aged-children.
Blue Light Discos are a safe, fun night out for primary school and high school aged-children. Liana Walker

Get your dancing shoes on for Blue Light Disco

GET your friends together for a night of fun, music and disco lights.

The Kingaroy Blue Light Disco offers a safe, fun night out and will be held tomorrow, Friday, June 14.

The event will light up the Kingaroy Town Hall for students in Prep to 14 years of age.

Entry to the event will cost $5 and the music will be pumping from 6-8.30pm.

Parents may collect their children from inside the town hall at any time.

High-school students will be required to show their ID.

Nanango Blue Light also host a roller disco every first and third Friday of the month.

The next Nanango event will be held on June 21.

All ages are welcome. Entry costs $5 per person and includes skate hire at the event.

The roller disco is held at the corner of Elk St and George St, Nanango.

The event is fully supervised and children will need to be signed in and out by an adult.

There will be games, prizes, craft activities and a canteen available to purchase food and drinks at the Nanango event.

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