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Cardiff Christmas Market 2023
Our beautifully decorated wooden stalls, located outdoors in St John Street, Working Street, Trinity Street and Hills Street return for yet another exciting and eclectic Christmas Market from Thursday 9 November to Saturday 23 December.
We continue to be committed to providing a platform for artists, crafts people and food and drink producers to exhibit and sell their exceptional work directly to the general public. Unlike the Christmas Markets you may find in other cities when you visit Cardiff, you can be assured that you will be purchasing original work from each and every one of our talented makers, combined with a variety of seasonal food and alcohol producers, to create a vibrant Christmas atmosphere. You can also chat with them about their work, the making process, and discuss commissions if you wish.
Whilst we welcome returning exhibitors, none of them rest on their laurels. As their craft is also their business, they are always creating new pieces of work thus ensuring that their stalls always look fresh and innovative. You will also see lots of new faces, testing out the market with their own work in our Taster Stalls, located in Trinity Street.
A comprehensive list of all participants can be viewed on the Market’s website including their trading dates, as not everyone takes part for the full event.
WHAT DATE IS CARDIFF CHRISTMAS MARKET?
This year, our Christmas Market will be open from Thu, 9 November 2023 to Sat, 23 December 2023.
WHAT TIME ARE CARDIFF CHRISTMAS MARKET’S STALLS OPEN?
This year, trading times at the Christmas Market will be from 10:00 – 18:00 on Monday to Saturday, and from 10:00 – 17:00 on Sundays.
WHERE IS CARDIFF CHRISTMAS MARKET LOCATED?
This year, the Christmas Market stalls will be situated along St John Street, Working Street, Trinity Street and the Hayes – all pedestrianised shopping areas in Cardiff city centre.
Established for around 30 years, Cardiff Christmas Market is organised by Craft*Folk.
Craft*Folk are committed to providing a platform for artists, crafts people and food and drink producers to exhibit and sell their exceptional work directly to the general public. In today’s economic climate it is more important than ever to protect arts and crafts heritage, to ensure that there is always a place in retailing for originality and diversity.
A comprehensive list of all participants will be published closer to the start of the market including their trading dates, and stall number, as not everyone takes part for the full event.