Back for another round in 2015, the Grand Bazaar is set to take over Gilles Street with fresh local talent, produce and tunes this Sunday.
Presented by a firm favourite in the Adelaide market scene, the Gilles Street Market, and our mates at Splash Adelaide, the Grand Bazaar is all about showcasing the insane amount of talented designers and creators of fashion, food and homewares that we are lucky enough to have in our city, because let's be real, our inspiring Adelaidies and lads are KILLING it at the moment. Beautiful, bohemian and bloody brilliant, prepare to drop some serious coin at the Grand Bazaar. With over 150 stalls to browse *drool over, it's never been easier to show some love and keep your christmas shopping local.
Last year, the Grand Bazaar drew a crowd of around 10,000. Clearly, it's the place to be this weekend.
When: Sunday 6th of December
Time: 10am to 4pm
Where: 91 Gilles Street Adelaide
Info: the Grand Bazaar Facebook page.
All images via the Grand Bazaar Facebook page.
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