Mangaluru: Christmas-themed extravaganza 'Night Market’ attracts huge crowd

Pics: Abhijith N Kolpe

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Mangaluru, Dec 4: 'Night Market,' a Christmas-themed extravaganza presented by Stonebridge Entertainment in collaboration with Evolve, the dynamic women entrepreneur association, witnessed a huge crowd on Sunday December 3 at City Beech.

There was a fusion of flavours, festive aromas, and artistic wonders at 'Night Market’. A diverse array of food stalls offered tantalizing treats and the enchanting aroma of Christmas cake was wafting through the air.

The crowd indulged their taste buds with culinary delights, witnessed Christmas cake mixing, and explored the vibrant world of art as local talents showcased their creativity, from paintings to sculptures. There was face painting too.

Tammy, Roy, and the sensational band 'Raagas 2 Riches' graced the stage with live performances. While DJ Clinton entertained the crowd, MCs Jake Taxeira and Jason Rego guided the gathering through the night of festivities.

The 'Night Market' also offered a designated play area, and children below 12 enjoy free entry. The child prodigy singer, Zian Elijah Rao, added a special touch to the evening.

'Fratelli,' a wine company of great repute, organised wine tasting at the event.

Shopaholics had a field day at the apparel store and boutiques.





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