Posted: Wed 15th May 2024

Friday: Wrexham Night Market to bring ‘exciting blend of street food and music’ to city centre

Wrexham.com for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

The city centre will be transformed into an ‘exciting blend of street food, refreshing drinks and live music’ on Friday for the inaugural Wrexham Night Market.

Organised by Fair Events Ltd, the team behind Wrexham Feast, Wrexham Artisan Market and Chirk Carnival, the event aims to provide a ‘post-work social spot’ or even just a pre-weekend treat!

Taking place on Llwyn Isaf on Friday (17 May) from 3pm until late, the Wrexham Night Market will bring together tasty street food vendors, a bar and independent traders showcasing their produce.

Live music and entertainment will also be provided for visitors to enjoy while they soak up the atmosphere. Guests confirmed so far include Karl Joseph and The Tramps.

Organisers said, “We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the Wrexham Night Market – a brand-new event coming to the heart of Wrexham City Centre on the 17th May from 3pm till late!”

“Join us for the ultimate after-work social and after-school treat, complete with live music, mouthwatering street food, refreshing drinks, and a fully stocked bar serving up cocktails, mocktails, and coffee!

“Come down to Llwyn Isaf Field for an unforgettable evening of sights, sounds, and flavours. Let’s eat, drink, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere together!”

The Wrexham Night Market will take place the day before the Wrexham Artisan Market, which will return to the city centre on Saturday (18 May).

The last event in March saw thousands attend throughout the day to support a huge range of independent traders.

The Wrexham Artisan Market will take place between 10am and 4pm on Queens Square on Saturday.

More information about the Wrexham Night Market can be found on Facebook here. More information about the Wrexham Artisan Market can be found here.



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