The Market Tales return to Sydney's best-kept secret, Precinct 75 in St Peters, on the weekend of the 16th and 17th of December 2017. The St Peters laneways will be awash with Christmas cheer and summer fun from 10.30am to 4.30pm each day.
The St Peters laneways will be awash with Christmas cheer and summer fun from 10.30am to 4.30pm each day.
Come along with your family and friends and discover a curated mix of Australia's freshest creatives offering the coolest fashion & homewares and a star-studded line-up of the city's hippest food pop-ups!
Dubbed the Inner West's newest design central and fast becoming a key entertainment hub, Precinct 75 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 Sydney's most creative makers and merchants, including Rence (Street Fashion), KCCM Design (Textiles Quilts) Ayana (Jewellery), Flaming Merchant (fashion), JY Jewels and Scented Drops (oil burners and bath salts) to name a few! Come and shop a wide range of Christmas gift ideas, including homewares, fashion, design, art, jewellery, furniture and vintage memorabilia.
The culinary journey will be led by some of Sydney's best restaurants, including The Stinking Bishops, Mr Bao, Ban Xeo Bar, Nutie, Epic Pizza and Smoking Gun Bagels and the festive drinks will be flowing at the Young Henrys, Negroni, Campari pop-up bars!
There will also be a selection of not-so-traditional stalls to explore including a Pimp Up Your Beard and Lips station, hair braiding and a bike and repair shop.
Entertainment will be provided by a mixtape of local musicians and kids can enjoy awesome retro games throughout the day!
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. The Market Tales continues to strongly support their charity partner Take 3 For the Sea.
For more information on what's on and how to get involved, please visit www.themarkettales.com.au
Public Transport is highly recommended.