Ticket sales for the inaugural Narooma Winter Night Markets Festival have taken off and with only four days to go before the big night, Festival organisers are urging those keen to attend to book a ticket.
Festival Director, Sally Bouckley from Southbound Escapes, said that tickets were selling like hot cakes, especially to people who were cashing in their Discover NSW and Parents NSW vouchers.
‘These vouchers are designed to get people out and about in their communities supporting local businesses and encouraging participation in outdoor activities and experiences. The Narooma Winter Night Markets Festival fits the bill perfectly and since the vouchers and general entry Festival tickets are both valued at $25 it’s a match made in heaven,’ Sally said.
‘Festival tickets are for sale online, but if you want to cash in a voucher you will need to come in to Southbound Escapes at 44 Princes Highway before the vouchers expire at COB on Thursday.’
Saturday’s event will showcase South Coast Yuin First Nations Culture through a festival of Koori dance, music, stories, food, art and crafts with live music from Matty Walker, Richard Luland, Gabbadu and rock band The fReds. As well as music and cultural activities, there will be plenty of street food and seasonal goodies to try including local craft beers and gins, and stallholders selling local art, crafts, jewellery and more. Dog lovers may want to enter their pooches in what is shaping up to be a highly contested Dog Fashion Show!
Tickets for the event cost $25 for general entry, or $95 for VIP entry which includes a welcome drink, roving canapes, seating and a DJ in the heated Whale Coast VIP Tipi Bar.
Children under 16 with an accompanying will enjoy the event for free. Tickets are available now online at naroomanightmarkets.com.au. Tickets can also be purchased in-store at Southbound Escapes using Discover NSW (before June 30) or Parents NSW vouchers.
What: Winter Night Markets Festival
When: 2 July, 4.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.
Where: Nata Oval, Narooma