Steph Cooke

Christmas Street Festival 2023

Written by: The Cowra Phoenix

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Cowra’s famous Christmas Street Festival returns again this year on Friday night from 6pm till 9pm on Kendal Street.

Returning once again to the Main Street of Cowra on Friday 1st December from 6pm - 9pm, the Cowra Christmas Festival is an opportunity to celebrate community spirit leading into the festive season and share a great night out with friends and family.

The main street of Cowra will be closed to traffic and will be transformed into a market city with stalls selling everything from local products, handicrafts, clothing and much more.

Browse the variety of stalls to the tunes of Christmas Carols before grabbing yourself a bite to eat from a dedicated ‘Eat Street’. There will be a Christmas Wonderland for the children, providing free activities and photo opportunities with Santa Claus and plenty of entertainment including singing and dance performances, as well as an appearance by Santa Claus himself.

Local retailers will also extend their trading hours for a spot of late night shopping giving you the chance to do all of your Christmas shopping in one night.

Enjoy the night’s entertainment with performances by Central West locals Neil Gill & The Wise Guys and Clancy Pye as well as our headline act, Aussie music royalty The Badloves!

The Badloves:
One of Australia’s most cherished bands, The Badloves, are getting ready to hit the road again! The Badloves became a household name in the 90’s with their debut album Get On Board. This album spent massive 69 weeks in the charts, peaked at No. 5 and went on to achieved double platinum sales. The critically acclaimed album delivered four hit singles: ‘Lost’, ‘Memphis’, ‘I Remember’ and everyone’s favourite ‘Green Limousine’. After a 17 year hiatus, they released ‘soulbrothertruckinsong’ in 2019 marking a new chapter for the iconic Aussie band. Following the success of 2019, the Badloves continued to build on their legacy with the arrival of further recent singles: ‘Tribal’ and ‘Midnight Sun’ both receiving strong support from Australian radio.

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Steph Cooke