We won’t let a little (okay, a lot) of rain ruin our parade. After the torrential rain that resulted in the unfortunate premature closure of the Sydney Night Noodle Markets this week, finally some good news.
The Sydney Night Noodle Markets will reopen in Prince Alfred Park on Wednesday, October 12 and run through the evenings through Sunday, October 16.
The first night it was dry, and then it rained. But next week it will be over. Photo: Wolter Peeters
In consultation with relevant authorities, partners and exhibitors, it has been decided to pause the popular event until next week.
“After an evaluation of the site, a weather assessment and consultation with several partners, we have decided to put the Sydney Night Noodle Markets on hold,” said Conor Farrell, Head of Night Noodle Markets.
“We plan to reopen next Wednesday and host one of Sydney’s favorite foodie festivals, while ensuring all exhibitors, staff and community have the best experience possible while trying some of our exhibitors’ delicious dishes. would like to thank everyone for their continued support.”
See you (and your dog) there! And remember, entry is free (and hopefully rubber boots aren’t necessary).
When: Wednesday 12 October to Sunday 16 October 2022
Where: Prince Alfred Park, Chalmers Street, Surry Hills NSW
Time: Wednesday and Thursday 17.00-22.00; Friday 5pm to 11pm; Saturday 16.00-22.00; Sunday 16.00-21.00 o’clock