Glebe Street Fair

Food, art, fashion and music come together in one of Sydney’s most charming suburbs.

By Benjamen Judd

On Sunday November 20, Sydney’s charming suburb of Glebe will be hosting their annual Glebe Street Fair. 

Now in its 33rd year, the fair is one of the city’s most well loved events for its combination of food and art, fashion and live music plus the general good vibes.

The fair takes place over a kilometre of Glebe Point Road where over 200 stalls will entice you to try their wares. There will also be a series of live talks and demonstrations including glassblowing and ceramics workshops. 

 

But for the music lovers, the Block Party is where it’s at.

Set across three stages, Block Party and Bar will host hip hop duo Coda Conduct, roots and reggae legends The Strides, DJs from the Inner West Reggae Disco Machine and the BOSS DJ Competition - Glebe Street Fair. It will also feature live performances from indie-pop starlet ILUKA and powerful blues from the likes of MarleneCummins and Alice Terry.  

This is one of those rare opportunities where guests and visitors get a chance to see the real Sydney – a great community that comes together to celebrate their diversity. This is definitely a must-see for someone wants to experience our beautiful city at ground level. 

The Glebe Street Fair will take place on November 20 along Glebe Point Road. For directions or transport suggestions, chat to our front desk.

glebe.com.au 

 

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