The Glebe Street Fair is on Sunday 20 November 2016 along Glebe Point Road and surrounds. There will be music, markets, art and family fun.
The Glebe Street Fair was first held in its current form in 1984, succeeding from the long running Glebe Food Fair. One of Sydney’s longest running annual events, attracting more than 100,000 people every year, the Glebe Street Fair is run by the Glebe Chamber of Commerce and has always had a strong connection to the Glebe community.
Proudly sponsored by the City of Sydney, the Fair is run on a not-for-profit basis, with proceeds going to the Chamber to support a variety of local community projects such as the Glebe Parklet, Glebe Youth Service and live music support program.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION Applications close Friday 2nd September, 2016 for returning stallholders and Friday 16th September, 2016 for new stallholders. Closed categories are Gozleme, Sugar Cane Juice, Chip on a Stick, Hot Corn, Paella, Snowcones, Coffee, Waffles, Candles, Turkish Towels and Henna Tattooing.
Yet another successful Glebe Street Fair 2015, with over 70,000 people attending. It was dynamic and engaging day with Uncle Stephen's opening ceremony, performances at the Be You Block Party event with Dr Motte (Love Parade) and Ngaiire plus stalls of food, art, craft and apparel. Thanks to Bon Journo ...
Glebe Street Fair 2015... all the colour and fun you've come to love PLUS a Block Party, Long Table Dining, Community Hub, 1km of Markets, DJ's and a Food Truck Alley. NOVEMBER 15th, GLEBE POINT ROAD VILLAGE PRECINCT.