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Castle Road Christmas Festival 2017

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Castle Road Christmas Festival 2017

Southsea’s iconic Castle Road bring back their Christmas Festival street market for another year, hosting more than 40 independent traders and local businesses.

There will also be the usual array of local musicians and artists keeping you entertained, plus a range of top-notch hot food, drink, mulled wine, and mulled cider to get you into the festive spirit and keep you warm.

The trader selection for the weekend includes::

  • The Vintage Sweet Hut
  • Sweet Cakes
  • Juliette’s Thread
  • HGMT
  • Usbourne Books
  • Rose Clover
  • Hillfield Trading
  • Knot & Fray
  • Little Gifts of Southsea
  • Meow! the Store
  • Mamma’s Olive Oil
  • Tinder Box Candles
  • Lolly’s Kitchen
  • Spice Island Chilli
  • Curio Southsea
  • Sassy Boutique
  • Old Tom’s
  • Sue Meredith Illustration
  • Harbour Fox
  • Didi’s Design
  • Sewable
  • Thyme & Raven
  • Good Food Co.
  • Charlotte Cornelius Jewelry Design
  • Forever Living Products
  • Craft Ale by Coastguard Studio
  • Mr. Scrumpy
  • Brocante
  • Delaney’s
  • Bethia Santi Illustration & Design
  • Catch A Fire Pizza

Musicians performing on the Saturday include The Racketeers, The SIlhouettes, It’s All In The Swing, El Morgan, and Mystic Peach, followed by Lucid Rising, Jukebox Jumpin, Percival Elliott, The Vela Tides, and the Cantando Female Voice Community Choir on the Sunday.

The set times are as follows on Saturday:

  • 12:00pm noon: Mystic Peach
  • 1:00pm: Elle Morgan
  • 2:00pm: It’s All In The Swing
  • 3:00pm: The Silhouettes
  • 4:00pm: The Racketeers

The set times are as follows on Sunday:

  • 12:00pm noon: Cantando FVC Choir
  • 1:00pm: The Vela Tides
  • 2:00pm: Percival Elliott
  • 3:00pm: Juke Box Jumpin’
  • 4:00pm: Lucid Rising

The festival runs from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd December 2017, and entry is free.

Earlier Event: December 2
Christmas Fair at Portsmouth Cathedral
Later Event: December 2
‘The Death of Stalin’