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Good Fortune Market

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Good Fortune Market

Adelaide has fallen in love with the Royal Croquet Club and the Alpine Winter Village and we know you will love The Good Fortune Markets. The Good Fortune Markets will be a melting pot of food, fun and entertainment for everyone. 

The Good Fortune Markets is part of this year’s 2016 OzAsia Festival. OzAsia is Australia’s premier international arts festival with an emphasis on all things Asian. 

Elder Park will transform into the streets of Asia! It will be a playground of free performances, markets, great music from across the region and a feast of food to tantalise the tastebuds. 

Keep your eyes open for some of the best local and interstate stallholders offering delicious delights that you would normally not find on their menus.

The Good Fortune Markets aren’t just about food. A must see is the Sake Bar – experience some of the best Sake Japan has to offer and we’ve shipped in the best Japanese whiskey. And why not try making wontons or have you ever wanted to dance like a Bollywood star? We can teach you! There will be lion dancers, Indian drummer D.J’s, Indonesian guitarists and dancers or maybe you could relax and try Tai Chi by the river. There’s loads to do!

Have you got kids in tow? Great. Try the Good Fortune Markets delights why the kids are entertained in the Kids Zone. We will have the Chinese music and arts school, for the big and little kids try table tennis, get a henna tattoo. There’s so much more … The Good Fortune Markets really is for everyone.

You’re invited to come and experience a taste of Asia.

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Elder Park
Adelaide SA, 5000


Wednesday September 21st - Sunday October 2nd 2016
Monday - Thursday: 5pm – 12am FREE ENTRY
Friday – Sunday: Midday – 2am FREE ENTRY
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Good Fortune Market?

The Good Fortune Markets is part of this year’s 2016 OzAsia Festival. OzAsia is Australia’s premier international arts festival with an emphasis on all things Asian. 

There will be a melting pot of food, fun and entertainment for everyone!

Where is The Good Fortune Markets and how do I get there?

Good Fortune Market will be held along the riverbank precinct of Elder Park from September 21st – October 2nd. The amphitheatre will be transformed into a thriving hub of entertainment, activities, food and performances. Intertwined with curated site décor to create an authentic precinct for patrons to lose themselves in.

Good Fortune Market is a short walk from the Adelaide Railway Station and tram stop. Bus routes stopping on King William Street and along Victoria Drive are applicable and short term parking is available all along Victoria Drive.

UPark on Gawler Place is just a five minute walk from Good Fortune Market and offers parking from $7 flat rate. The car park is open until midnight every night.

What’s there to do?

There will be so much to do for all ages. They’ll be free entertainment every night of The Good Fortune Markets.

Come and listen to high profile international and local artists each night. Performers include Japan’s Kenta Hayashi, Indonesia’s Ega Robot, Eyuser and Ria Rhythm Chambers;  India’s biggest cultural and musical export Raghu Dixit along with Pung Cholom. Hong Kong will be represented by Jin Wong, four-girl band GDJYB, Jabin Law and SIU2. Don’t miss super cool Singapore band The Steve McQueens and Charlie Lim and The Mothership; Taiwanese folk-band Wonfu, Freedom Beat  X DJ Cheer and Fade to Blue; Korea’s We Dance and Danpyunsun and The Sailors. Australia’s Electric Fields and Ngaire,  Malyasia’s Tenderfist and Cosmic Cambodia. They’ll be a special performance of King of Ghosts, a live film score to a classic Indian film, created by India’s Soumik Datta and featuring Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. The ten nights of free music will have Elder Park pulsing to the beat of contemporary music from across Asia.

They’ll also be fruit carving, a bamboo orchestra, Indian drummers, Indonesian puppets, India Bollywood dancers, the Chinese Music and Arts School, Lion dancers, Indonesian drummers and dancers, Tai Chi, Wonton making and other cooking demonstrations, a kids Zone, Sake tasting, table tennis area, Monkey Magic characters, Fortune Cookie cart and a yummy long table banquet dinner.

What food and drink options are there?

With so much yummy food tastings on offer, The Good Fortune Market promises to transport you to the vibrant streets of Asia. 

We have 21 amazing stallholders providing delicious cuisine from Japanese pancakes, noodle bowls, sushi, curries, noodles, ice cream … if it’s Asian… chances are, we’ll be serving it up to you.
Check out our awesome list of stallholders.

Steam House – Sake Bar & Cafe
48 Flavours (ice-cream)
Beyond India
Bing’s Chinese Restaurant
Hoy Pinoy
Little Kyoto
Mai Kitchen
Okonomiyaki Adelaide
Pappa Rich
Pun Thai
Ragini Spice
Samurai Okonomiyaki
Sit Lo
Sookii La La
Soza’s Sri Lankan
Super Pizza Ok
Sushi Planet
Tammy’s Meat Rolls
The Satay Hut
Vietnamese Laundry

Is it all ages?

Yes, the Good Fortune Market is an event for everyone. It’s also licensed for patrons 18+ with proof of ID.

Do I need a ticket to enter?

No! The Good Fortune Market is free for everyone to experience.

Are there public toilet and bathroom facilities?

Yes, there will be bathroom facilities for men and women.

Is there shelter in case of bad weather?

Yes. There will be ample shelter if it starts to rain.

Who should I contact for lost property?

For lost property please contact [email protected]au

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