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Media Release - 11 February 2021
The aromas of delicious food and sounds of live music will fill the streets of Ingleburn on the evening of Friday 26 March at the Ingleburn Night Markets.
Between 4pm and 9pm, the car park opposite Ingleburn Village will come alive with an array of quality artisan and retail stalls.
Locals can also pick up an array of cuisines or sweet treats from the Night Market food trucks or from the existing restaurants in the Ingleburn CBD.
“The Ingleburn Night Market is a first-of-its-kind for Ingleburn and will be a great place for people to drop in after work on the Friday evening for a local night out with great food and fantastic local stallholders,” Mayor George Brticevic said.
“Unfortunately Ingleburn Alive won’t be going ahead this year due to COVID-19 restrictions impacting our ability to deliver the large scale festival in a safe way but these night markets will be an exciting alternative to light up the streets of Ingleburn and provide a fun event for the local community as well as an opportunity for our local traders,” Cr Brticevic said.
A variety of kids’ activities will be available while local artists will play live music throughout the evening.
Further information will be released closer to the event.
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