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.