Seasonal Markets are bringing 2019 to an end with The Christmas Feast – their final Seasonal Market of the year. Gather your friends and family, put on your festive knitwear and get yourself ready for all things Christmas on Saturday 30th November!
Hosted in their regular spot, The Bond Company on Fazeley Street in Digbeth will be decked out with Christmas decor including Christmas trees, fairy lights reindeers and guests can expect Christmas-themed street food from some of Birmingham’s finest traders, including Baked in Brick, Patty Freaks, Wallace and Sons, Andy Low N Slow, Fat Snags, Bournville Waffle Co, Sticky Beaks and more! This will be accompanied by some incredible winter-themed cocktails and booze, including beers, mulled ciders and alcoholic hot chocolates to keep you warm and cosy, along with a range of soft drinks, tea and coffee.
There will also be children’s Christmas storytelling from 12.00pm – 6.00pm, in which Kate’s Storytree shares her stories throughout the day, followed by the chance to make and create your own stories to share at home. Each child will receive a Story Pouch to fill with their creations and continue their storytelling journey with their friends and family!
With plenty of fantastic food and drinks, stories, reindeers, live bands and various DJ sets throughout the day, it’s a brilliant way to kick-start your festive season and promises to be fun for all the family!
The Christmas Feast takes place on Saturday 30th November from 12.00pm – 6.00pm. Tickets are priced at £5.00 (£3.50 early birds) and available through Design My Night but make sure you get them quickly – this event is expected to completely sell out!
Children under 12’s get in for free and The Christmas Feast is a dog-friendly event.
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