Calling all Puppy Pawrents! Bring your fur-baby to Gasworks this Saturday 11th of June for a fun-filled day of pampering and treats. The wonderland of dog-themed stalls, activities and freebies is the perfect way to celebrate the end of a ruff week. With free workshops, dog-friendly sweet treats and friendly faces everywhere, it’s a dog’s dream come true!
We’re pawsitively thrilled about this Saturday’s line-up. With 20+ puppy-perfect stalls packed into the Gasometer, you’d be barking mad to miss it! Fetch an incredible deal on treats, toys and essentials for a dog-friendly home, including personalised pet portraits. Turn heads at the dog park with the latest in canine couture, with one-of-a-kind handmade accessories that will add a splash of colour to your chilly winter walks. You can even find perfectly matched accessories, so you can take your dog with you wherever you go.
Stay social! Invite your friends on Facebook, follow the action on Instagram and once you’ve arrived, don’t forget to snap the market fun in front of our Instagram photo wall using #themarketfolk so we can see too!
Love to browse online first? Click each stall below to be taken directly to their Instagram – 20+ pawfect businesses packed into the Gasometer:
GOURMET TREATS & TOYS
HOME & KENNEL
FOR THE HUMANS
PAW PRINT CLAY KEEPSAKE WORKSHOP
Unleash your inner artist and get creative with The Market Folk makers, Artfolk Creative. Join them for a fun and free workshop to take home a fur-ever keepsake – designed by your dog!
MAKE-YOUR-OWN MEAL TOPPER
If you’ve been to The Market Folk before, you’ve probably met Maddie and Kim from Pluto & Ally Treatery. Make sure you check out their free meal topper workshop at Dog’s Day Out, where they’ll show you how they make their best-selling meal toppers – the cutest treat for your adorable pup!
Don’t miss the heart-warming sounds of Hello Jane this Saturday…
Hello Jane is a Queensland based emerging singer/songwriter that travels the country with her guitar and a unique blend of folk storytelling, pop melody, with a splash of country. As comfortable on large stages as in your great aunt’s living room, she is well known for her heart-wrenching sweet vocals and sophisticated songwriting finesse.
In 2021 she performed alongside Golden Guitar Winner, Melody Moko and award-winning songwriter Karl S. Williams, and Golden Guitar nominated songwriter, Camille Trail at sold out shows across her hometown, and will bring in 2022 with a brand new single, ‘Never Alone’. The single was brought to life by Producer and Engineer Michael Moko (Catherine Britt, Melody Moko, Natalie Henry), and Mastered by Jeff McCormack (Kasey Chambers, Shane Nicholson).
Some notable accomplishments include her single ‘Something Else’ winning ‘The Songwriting Prize 2020’ for Tablelands Folk Festival, while also cracking into the ‘Top 30 songs of 2021’ for Emerge Radio Queensland. Hello Jane also placed as a finalist in the Listen Up Songwriting Prize 2020 for her debut single ‘Everything’s Alright’, and became a finalist for Brisbane City Council’s QUBE Effect program 2021.
Looking to dine in? Warm up with coffee or brunch from one of Gasworks’ dog-friendly cafés, or get it to go while you watch your pup play on the lawn!
Saturday 11th of June
9am – 1pm
Gasworks Plaza, Gasometer
76 Skyring Terrace
Newstead, Brisbane, 4006
2 hours free Secure Parking – enter off Skyring Terrace or Longland Street
Street parking – Skyring Terrace, Longland Street and all adjacent streets
Check out Energex Secure Parking for cheap rates!
Gasworks Plaza is well connected by Public Transport – visit www.translink.com.au to plan your journey
Gasworks Markets is a free all ages, dog friendly event! All are welcome.
To see access details visit www.themarketfolk.com.au
We’ll see you there! #themarketfolk
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The Market Folk would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land in which our events take place on - The Turrbal and Yugara people. On behalf of our community of small businesses we want to pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.
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