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Luna 1878 – Winter Night Markets

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August 15, 2012
2:00 pm

C’mon, stop being such a wuss. It’s not THAT cold anymore. Also, you might miss out on the pleasure of shopping at Vic Street Markets for the second Winter Night Market. Celebrate and embrace the unique night-time market experience, this is what makes our city such a rad place to live at.

This is a fairly new endeavour and features some of Melbourne’s best independent performers, designers, artists, chefs, winemakers and foodies. To top it off there’ll be MC John Paul Hussey (as Porco Porco), Black Jesus Experience, Alwan and Nargile Lounge to entertain you too!

Get your jacket on and get yo’ ass down the street, I swear you won’t regret market shopping at night-time, it’s mad decent.

WHEN: Wednesday, 15 August, 5:30pm
WHERE: Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
WEB: http://www.facebook.com/events/193233054140619/


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