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Bristol Christmas Lights Switch On

Fri 6th Nov
Bristol Christmas Lights Switch-On
Starting in The Galleries with carols and the arrival of Father Christmas, a procession will lead into Cabot Circus for a spectacular event and the big switch-on performed by Warwick Davis. The lights switch-on also includes Corn Street, The Centre Promenade, College Green and Park Street.
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Enjoy the German Markets
Make a night of it with Bratwurst and a mulled wine while you browse the chalet-style stalls 
Clifton Village Tree

Clifton Village Christmas Lights
Celebrate the start of the festive season in Clifton with the 50ft tall Christmas tree and official switch-on of the annual spectacular, sparkling Clifton Village Christmas lights display. Christ Church Choir will be entertaining guests in the Mall Gardens with carols from 6.00pm before the official switch on at 6.30pm with a special guest appearance!
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BLUE at Mall Cribbs Causeway

Thur 12th Nov
It's a BLUE Christmas at The Mall 
All rise for boy-band BLUE who will perform in a charity concert and switch the Christmas lights on at The Mall Cribbs Causeway. This is a ticket only event to support Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal. Tickets available from The Mall's Information Desk every day during Mall opening hours.
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St James Arcade

Thur 12th Nov
St James Arcade lights switch-on
The Christmas lights will be swtiched on in St James Arcade in Bristol Shopping Quarter during a late-night shopping event. Take a chance to explore the shops in this atmospheric shopping arcade.
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St Nicholas Markets Night Market (credit Jon Craig)

Fri 13th Nov
St Nicholas Markets Night Market
A jam-packed evening of feasting and festivities as the Night Market returns to St Nicks for the Christmas light switch on. Expect music, merriment and more as the festive season is welcomed in the appropriately named market.

St. Nick’s skyline will be illuminated as they flick the switch for the Christmas lights at 7pm. You can also get your Christmas shopping started early thanks to extended opening hours at The Exchange indoor market as well as perusing local arts and crafts at one of the stalls outside.
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Enjoy the extended street food markets on Corn Street and Wine Street, just right to keep you warm on a cold night 
Upcoming events
7 Nov -
5 Jan
At-Bristol's Ice Rink in Millennium Square 
28 Nov - 
6 Jan

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