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Summer market back at Union Station after all

The organizers of last year's hugely successful outdoor market at Union Station may not be involved in 2016 but that doesn't mean the summer market isn't returning for another year.

As we reported yesterday, a new market from Front Street Foods, the original creators of the Union Station outdoor market, is surfacing at University and Adelaide this June for a three month run. But the Union Station market will live on with new vendors and a new organizing team.

Now simply referred to as Union Summer, the Union Station market will run 7 days a week from June 27 through Sept 5 and feature 21 different food and drink vendors, a licensed area from the team at Parts & Labour Catering, a fresh produce marketplace and live music.

New this year there will also be a free outdoor movie screening every Wednesday evening.

While Union Station was pleased with the success of last year's inaugural effort they reached out to different event producers to bid on putting together this year's market. Ultimately they decided to switch partners and award the contract to BaAM Productions.


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