You wouldn't believe it, but it actually isn't winter yet. Considering the recent weather us poor folk in Adelaide have had to deal with, it may as well be. To celebrate the official start of winter in June though, the Flinders Street Market is putting on a special event: the Winter Street Food Festival, which will take place on Saturday June 4 and Sunday June 5.
The festival will, of course, feature fine street food, as well as a great selection of local artists/craft stalls, a bar and brilliant live music. If you have any dietary requirements, fret not, as there will be plenty of vegetarian, vegan and wholefood options available as well.
If you are a stallholder, you can book a spot for your stall online at anywhere between $70 - $120, but places are going fast! For the rest of us, entry will be free, so all you'll need is some dollars for the vast array of warming, exotic foods on offer.
The Winter Street Food Festival is sure to be fantastic, but that's not the only special event that the Flinders Street Market hosts, with several more coming up this year such as Ink Crush, Craftapalooza, Sweet Tooth and the Manfolk Weekend Market. Be sure to keep an eye out for them!
What: Winter Street Food Festival
When: Saturday June 4 and Sunday June 5, 10am to 3pm
Where: 230 Flinders Street, Adelaide
Price: Entry is free, vendor prices vary
Header image via the Flinders Street Market official website
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