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Up Market postponed

08 Oct 2015

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The Up Market will be temporarily postponed due to high winds at its last market day rendering its current site at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) forecourt unviable.

Blustery conditions on Saturday, October 3 have forced organisers to rethink its location at the Sturt St site, but it is expected that the market will only miss its next chapter on October 17 and return again on October 31.

Up Market director Belinda Buckley was confident that the group could secure another site nearby in Southbank and said she would meet with ACCA soon to confirm the details.

“The wind got the better of us,” she said. “We are postponing the market and looking at another site still within Southbank,” she said.

“We look forward to welcoming back the Southbank residents shortly.”

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