A new weekly street market selling vintage clothing, antique furniture, artisan foods and “unique” products will launch in St Mary Street this Saturday.
Cardiff Council has announced that the St Mary Street Cardiff Market will be held for the first time on June 30, with support from Riverside Community Market Association (RCMA)– the social enterprise which runs city markets including the Riverside, Roath, and Rhiwbina Markets.
The new market, which will be positioned outside Cardiff Indoor Market, will run every Saturday between 11am and 5pm, with the council and RCMA hoping it will add an element of diversity to the city centre street.
Gareth Simpson from RCMA said the first market will have around 26 stalls, including crafts, art, flowers, and retro garden items. Also confirmed for this weekend’s event is a performance by Kitsch & Sync – a dance, theatre and cabaret act combining swing, tap, and hip hop with theatre and visual art.
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