Perth's premier Pop Up Market, The Ladybird Market, is back at Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre for an incredible 13th time in the past year on Saturday, 5th August 2017 from 9am to 5pm.
This will be the last Ladybird Market event at Joondalup for a few months, so this is the perfect opportunity to browse the amazing range of high quality WA handmade and designed creations.
These carefully curated, popular pop up market events are a fantastic showcase of Perth’s best artisans, creators and designers and their locally made products and wares.
The Ladybird Market takes great pride in carefully selecting exclusively WA handmade and designed products, creating a visually appealing pop up market.
Take your time to browse handmade jewellery and clothing, kids accessories, artwork and photography, candles, decor items, stationery, skincare and beauty products, shop for unique gifts for family and friends and indulge in tasty cupcakes and sweet treats. There truly is something for everyone’s taste and you will also be showing your support for local small businesses.
The Ladybird Market has gained widespread recognition and has featured in various media, including Urban List Perth, Jetstar Asia’s In Flight Magazine and several Perth social media influencers, among others, plus have been invited to take part in some of Perth's largest street festivals.
These include the Mount Hawthorn Streets & Lanes Festival, Vic Park Summer Street Party and Light Up Leederville Festival. You won't be disappointed by the fantastic array of stalls at this free event!
You will find the markets upstairs on level 1 of Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre, near H&M and Kookai. There is plenty of free parking available, plus various food options at the centre, so why not make a day of it and shop up a pop-up storm!
WHEN: Saturday, August 5th 2017 from 9am to 5pm
WHERE: Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre, Joondalup
FREE For more information: Visit the Facebook Event Page or see Instagram
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