Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets coming to town

Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets coming to town

Before Santa comes to town, the first-ever Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets will make an appearance.

If you love the Redcliffe Markets, you’ll love this event which will definitely get you in the festive spirit.

Get ready to #sleigh your pre-Christmas on Saturday, November 21, with shoulder-shimmying music, gourmet eats and treats, children’s festive fun and a one-of-a-kind local, outdoor shopping experience sprinkled with tonnes of festive cheer.

The event is on from 4-9pm at Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe.

What to expect

BYO Santa sack … because, with more than 200 stalls, you’ll find it pretty hard not to treat yourself with:

  • Artisan handmade gifts (that you won't just find anywhere)
  • Gourmet eats and drinks (hello, Christmas fare!)
  • Spectacular Christmas cheer and decorations
  • Amazing live entertainment
  • Fresh Christmas produce
  • Kids activities and entertainment (hello, sideshow alley and look out for Santa!)
  • North Pole-approved Santa-tiser station (clean mitts are a must)
  • A magical fireworks display

Entry and parking are free.

Event not to miss

The Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets is an initiative of the team that’s behind the popular Sunday Redcliffe Markets.

Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism CEO Shane Newcombe says it’s a fantastic concept and timed perfectly to lift everyone’s spirits in the lead-up to Christmas.

“It’s also the perfect chance to buy special gifts for Christmas, and soak up some festive fun,” he says.

“MBRIT is proud to support this event, not only as a concept, but in a practical way. We look forward to continuing to work with the team at Redcliffe Markets to deliver an evening to remember.”

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