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Glebe Street Fair


Sun 17 Nov 2013, 10:00am–5:00pm

Where: Glebe Point Road, Glebe Point Road, Sydney, Sydney

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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More than 100,000 people are expected at this year’s Glebe Street Fair on the 17th of November, celebrating the event’s 30th birthday. Glebe Point Road will come alive for a celebration of this iconic and historical part of Sydney with food, artisans and entertainment across this exceptional event.

Organisers have again this year handpicked more than 250 unique and distinctive stall holders for the annual fair, some coming from as far away as Byron Bay to be part of Sydney’s oldest and biggest street festival.

There’ll be vintage fashion, exotic coffees, delicious food, craft beer and cider to sample, and arts and crafts of all kinds, bringing a stimulating atmosphere to the neighbourhood that has made this event famous.

Forty entertainers on three stages will keep the festive vibe pumping for the day, while roving street performers will have the length of Glebe Point Road from Parramatta Road to Bridge Road as their stage. A few surprises have been planned as well.

“Last year, the Fair was a remarkable moving feast of colour and movement,” says Roselle Gowan, Creative Director of the Glebe Street Fair. “This year, we’re celebrating the event’s 30th birthday, so expect a bash of incredible proportions befitting this most unique part of Sydney.”

More than 30 events will take place during the day, including fundraising activities for the Fair’s charity partners, the Cure for Life Foundation, established by notable brain surgeon Dr Charlie Teo, and Barnados Australia.

Just as popular last year, Dr Teo will kick off the festival by leading a band of 20 bagpipers on a parade down Glebe Point Road. Other musical highlights will then continue throughout the day including plenty of entertainment for the kids by Lah-Lah’s Big Live Band, along with local resident and member of the Glebe Chamber of Commerce, Bridie King making her own special contribution to the event performing with her jazz ensemble the Boogie Kings. Simon Meli, finalist on The Voice, will also light-up the stage with his unique blend of "white dude dancing" bringing his band The Widowbirds.

“We’re inviting people to Sydney’s funkiest neighbourhood, to pick up a few bargains on the day, to have a great family day out, and to celebrate the 30th year of this city’s favourite street event” says Roselle Gowan.

The Glebe Street Fair will run from 10 am to 5 pm on Sunday 17th November.