The Market Tales return on the weekend of Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st May 2017.
Get ready to experience a star-studded line-up of pop-up restaurants and a newly curated team of quality makers and merchants in Sydney's best-kept secret, Precinct 75 in St Peters!
Dubbed the Inner West's newest design central and fast becoming a key entertainment hub, the Precinct is home to retail homeware gems like Design Twins, The Society Inc, Atolyia and Quercus & Co and boutique alcohol artisans, Willie The Boatman and Urban Winery.
In this vibrant and highly creative community space, The Market Tales will play host to a diverse range of local makers and creators offering unique homewares, fashion, design, art, jewellery, furniture and vintage memorabilia.
The culinary journey will be led by some of Sydney's best restaurant and drinks will be flowing in the urban pop up bar - The George Henry Alley which will feature the Urban Winery, Willie The Boatman and some a surprise distillery- to be announced shortly!
There will also be a selection of not-so-traditional stalls to explore including a mo-trimming barber, braiding and a bike and repair shop.
Marketgoers will also be entertained by local musicians and are invited to take part in an eclectic program of workshops and creative and cooking demos sprinkled throughout the weekend.
Entry is $2 and The Market Tales is proudly kid, puppy and bike friendly too!
Don't miss this popular Sydney market event, which is reminiscent of Portobello Markets and NY Williamsburg Market.
For more information on what's on and how to get involved, please visit www.themarkettales.com.au
Public Transport is recommended at this event.