Christmas in Adelaide City!

By City of Adelaide

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With less than a week until Christmas, it’s so amazing to see the entire city turning red and green and twinkly with all that festive spirit!

There is HEAPS happening over the next month, so we thought we’d put it all in one place for you to check it out.

Adelady xx

EBENEZER NIGHT MARKETS

WHEN :: 8th, 15th and 23rd of December, 5.30pm – 10.30pm

WHERE :: Ebenezer Place

WHAT :: The award winning Ebenezer Night Markets return and will feature lots of gifts for the Christmas stocking with some of Adelaide’s most talented artists with a large selection of jewellery, clothing and crafts. Browse through Ebenezer Place and take in the magical atmosphere of the night markets.

CHRISTMAS FUN IN THE SQUARE

WHEN :: 15th of December to 24th of December, all day

WHERE :: Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga

WHAT :: A festive hub lled with activities to keep the whole family smiling. There will be an abundance of performances, workshops and games throughout the days perfect for kids of all ages.

RUNDLE MALL “VOICES OF CHRISTMAS” POWERED BY SA POWER NETWORKS

WHEN :: 15th of December to 24th of December (for extended trading hours visit rundlemall.com)

WHERE :: Gawler Place Canopy, Rundle Mall

WHAT :: Rundle Mall is introducing Voices of Christmas, a ten day musical spectacular featuring live and digital performances by an assortment of musical voices from across the state. Visitors are invited to the free daily program featuring performances from local schools, community groups and iconic South Australian choirs.

THE ADELAIDE CENTRAL MARKET

WHEN :: For extended trading hours visit adelaidecentralmarket.com.au

WHERE :: 44/60 Gouger Street

WHAT :: The Adelaide Central Market will be over owing with fresh local produce and artisan goodies this Christmas. With 75 traders under one roof, the Market is THE destination for Christmas entertaining with the largest range of local seafood, turkeys, ham, handmade puddings, mince pies and cherries. Be sure to visit the Giant Father Christmas on the Market Tower—it’s a tradition not to be missed!

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