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By Libby Curran
March 29, 2018
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The Queen Vic Night Market Is Wrapping Up For Another Year

There are just two weeks left of the blockbuster summer season.
By Libby Curran
March 29, 2018
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Summer has to come to an end at some point, and for The Queen Victoria Market's ever-popular summer series — The Night Market — that end is just a few short weeks away.

The food, the tunes and the nighttime revelry will all wrap up on Wednesday, April 11, rounding out a huge 21-week season for the warm weather favourite.

And, having welcomed over half a million visitors since kicking off on November 15, The Night Market is going extra large for these final two iterations. Taking the stage on Wednesday, April 4, will be family-friendly crew The Mik Maks, and seven-piece brass outfit Horns of Leroy, while on April 11, you'll enjoy sounds from both Babaganoush and singer-songwriter Cooper Lower.

A swag of free activities and a dedicated play zone will keep the school holiday set entertained on both dates, while the food offering will bring back some of the season's best-loved culinary gems. Expect to chow down on the likes of Southside Smokers' pulled pork, soft-shell crab rolls from Pickett's Deli & Rotisserie, and steamed buns from Wonderbao.

As always, the bar will be repping an all-Aussie lineup, pouring treats from Coopers, Melbourne Gin Company, Pimm's, Running Bull Sangria and Coldstream Apple Cider.

For more information about the market's last two weeks, head to the website.

Published on March 29, 2018 by Libby Curran

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