South Perth: popular Angelo Street Marketplace returns on March 25

Roxy Mae (Delish Ice, Blue Head Scarf), Aaron Birch and Grace Newton-Wordsworth (Platform2), Fairy Pri and Fairy Jordan (Blonde Hair).
Roxy Mae (Delish Ice, Blue Head Scarf), Aaron Birch and Grace Newton-Wordsworth (Platform2), Fairy Pri and Fairy Jordan (Blonde Hair).

THE ever-popular Angelo Street Marketplace will soon transform the streets of South Perth with an array of music, fashion and unique curated arts experiences.

On March 25, from 10am-4pm, more than 100 stalls showcasing food, fashion, crafts and more will line Angelo Street between Strickland and Waverley streets.

The market will include a jam-packed family-friendly entertainment program with games, interactive workshops and musical talents.

An Arts Walk will showcase a range of temporary and permanent works from talented Perth artists such as Rebecca Corps, Tim Keevil, Mel McVee and Jarrad Martyn.

City of South Perth Mayor Sue Doherty said the market continued to grow after eight years, with more stallholders and activities for all ages lined up.

“This annual event has a great feel about it and is a vibrant community celebration that encourages people to wander the stalls along Angelo Street, explore the fashion, crafts and sample what South Perth has to offer,” she said.

“It’s simply a wonderful day that showcases the unique retailers and businesses that call Angelo Street home and make the street such a drawcard for residents and visitors.”

Child entertainer Fairy Pri said it will be the second time she will work the Angelo Street Market, which she had found unique because of the strong community spirit.

Angelo Street Marketplace

When: Sunday, March 25, from 10am-4pm
Where: Angelo Street between Waverley and Strickland Streets, South Perth
Cost: Free

Road closures and Parking

Angelo Street closed from 5.30pm, March 24 until 10pm, March 25
South Perth Senior Citizens Centre car park closed
Wesley College oval parking available

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