The NewcastleGateshead Winter Festival organised by the NewcastleGateshead Initiative as part of its festivals and events programme.
Usually over 80 events make up the festival programme across several different areas with Newcastle and Gateshead, from artistic events and happenings, to festive performances and an eating and shopping offers.
If last year is anything to go by, expect parades, firework shows and much more – with celebrations continuing right up to New Year’s Eve.
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The last Friday before Christmas is usually the busiest night of the year in town for bar operators. Unfortunately dubbed as ‘Black Eye Friday’, this popular night to party has passed peacefully over the last few years with very little incident, despite the huge numbers of people descending on Newcastle’s pubs, bars and clubs.
Usually this is the last day of work for people before Christmas so it’s the perfect excuse to celebrate and probably the only time you can be excused for wearing a Christmas jumper on a night out!
Another great market to look forward to on the run up to Christmas. The Newcastle Christmas Market occurs after the Continental Market. This year it will take place between Wednesday 2nd December and Sunday 6th December at the same place as usual, next to Grey’s Monument.
Unlike the Continental Market which contains stalls from all over Europe, Newcastle’s Christmas Market welcomes vendors from closer to home.
Expect to see delicious home-made jams, beers from local microbreweries, together with awesome cakes and handmade chocolates.
Once again, there is more than just food to enjoy at this market. Each year there plenty of unique gifts on offer – which will be perfect if you are looking for a special Christmas present.
We all hope you have a great Christmas! Let us know your favourite things about Christmas in Newcastle in the comment section below.
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