The Spot Festival

Virtual Marketplace

5:00pm Friday 15th May - Friday 29th May 2020

Spot Festival Artwork

Due to the cancellation of The Spot Festival 2020, we have decided to bring the Spot Festival to you. From the comfort of your own home, you now have access to all the fantastic stallholders that would’ve attended the festival this year. Be sure to browse through each category to explore the colourful market stalls, amazing array of international foods and show your support for a local charity or sporting team.

We also encourage you to support your favourite Spot business by shopping local. Many local businesses are still open and have shifted to offering takeaway or online services.

The Virtual Marketplace will be live from 5:00pm Friday 15th May – Friday 29th May 2020.

Please contact each business directly regarding purchases. For more information regarding the marketplace, please contact Randwick City Council Events Team via email

Virtual Marketplace 2020

The Spot Festival has grown to become a favourite in the Eastern Suburbs event circuit, and is Randwick’s biggest free outdoor festival held in March each year.

Enjoy the end of summer at The Spot Festival - a splendid multicultural celebration of culture, food and live music.There are plenty of free kids activities and cultural performances.

The best of local food, shopping and entertainment

The Spot Festival continues to be a vibrant community street party and a huge celebration of food and music. This annual community street festival is a must on the festival circuit with the very best that the local area has to offer in food, shopping, kids activities and live entertainment.


The Spot Festival is held at the corner of St Pauls Street and Perouse Road, Randwick.


Randwick Council regrets to advise that the 2020 The Spot Festival has been cancelled. We know how popular and well-attended the event is, however the current climate is evolving very quickly and we have a social responsibility to take practical precautions to reduce the spread of coronavirus amongst our community. We apologise for any inconvenience and hope you can understand the decision.

In light of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we follow the advice of NSW Health, which at this time (March 12, 2020), is that we all play a role in helping to protect the community against COVID-19. If you feel unwell, especially if you have travelled overseas, we ask that you stay at home and avoid mass gatherings, such as festivals or other events. Here is NSW Health's advice around attending public events, such as festivals, religious celebrations, concerts or sporting matches.

NSW Health also recommends the following strategies to keep yourself well:

  • wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based sanitiser with at least 60% alcohol
  • cover your sneeze or cough with your elbow or with tissue
  • avoid close contact with people who are ill
  • avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • stay home if you are sick.

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