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The Byron Twilight Market is making its highly anticipated return this summer, kicking off on Saturday, October 7th.

As the sun sets, these markets will come to life with live music, handmade crafts, and a vibrant community atmosphere that locals and visitors will enjoy.

“I’m often asked if I mind dedicating my Saturdays to the Twilight Market,” admits Greg Curry, Twilight Market Manager. “I consider myself lucky and privileged to be a part of something special. There’s something magical about the sun going down, Railway Park filling with delicious smells from the food stalls, and the park coming alive with local musicians playing. The Twilight
Market has become a part of Byron’s Saturday night scene, and it has a unique vibe that sets it apart from other local markets.”

Kicking off at 4:00p.m on October 7th and running every Saturday evening until April 2024, the Byron Twilight Markets will once again transform the twilight hours into a mix of creativity, music, and camaraderie. The first market will feature a performance by talented local artist Jerome Williams, a Byron Bay native known for his unique musical style.

Alongside the musical acts, diverse local artists, designers, healers, and producers offer unique creations and talents, creating a dynamic and vibrant atmosphere throughout the market stalls.

“We’re looking forward to the return of this popular Byron summer market,” comments Graham Double, Markets Manager. “Our lively gathering of local artisans, music, and delicious food is set to provide an enjoyable experience for our local community and visitors in the heart of vibrant Byron town center.”

Visitors to the Byron Twilight Markets can expect a family-friendly environment that combines creativity and community spirit. Whether you’re looking for handcrafted treasures, local cuisine or want to immerse yourself in the relaxed beachside atmosphere, these markets embody the essence of Byron Bay.

The first Byron Twilight Markets for the 2023/2024 season will be held on Saturday, October 7th, at 4:00p.m, and every Saturday throughout the summer months until April 2024 at Railway Park, Jonson Street, Byron Bay.