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Roll up, roll up to the vintage night market under the Big Top at Circus Arts in the Byron A&I Estate on Sat 29 June. There will be fire twirlers, mulled wine, hot drinks, and food from the food stalls.

The magical circus space will play home for the night to a range of boutique stalls with vintage fashion, jewellery, crafts, art, and bric-a-brac: Frankie Vintage Finds, Ellen’s Crystal Jewellery, Olive Gap Organic Farm, Pen & Ink by Tanya, Twelve Trees Ceramics, Ku Clothing, Hammer & Hand, Essential Harmony, Tutu Carnival, and more.

There will be a silent movie projected onto a big screen, or you can shake it on the dancefloor to the magical beats of electro swing by DJ Gyom Djop.

The celebrations are in honour of 20 years of Circus Arts, and if you’re thinking ‘My goodness it seems like only yesterday that it started’, then imagine what you might be thinking 20 years into the future! Get a handle on your destiny on the night by visiting the stall of a Tarot card reader.

Of course circus is always fun for kids, and this night is decidedly kid friendly; there will be stilt-walkers and the Play Space will be available for fun with your friends and family at the night market under the starry big top.

Saturday 29 June 4–9pm.
17 Centennial Cct, Byron Bay
www.circusarts.com.au


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