Experience the Flair of Spain at TASSCA’s First-Ever Spanish Markets in Kangaroo Point

Hankering for the rich taste of churros, paella, bocadillo de jamón, and grilled chorizo?  Then come to the first-ever Spanish Markets in Kangaroo Point, hosted by The Australian Spanish Socio-Cultural Association (TASSCA).

TASSCA is launching the Spanish Markets on Sunday, the 20th of Oct 2019. Bringing the flair of Spain to Brisbane, this is expected to become a regular event for every third Sunday of the month. 

Found at the grounds of the Radio 4EB FM at 140 Main Street in Kangaroo Point, the Spanish Markets will open from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Heaps of stalls featuring Spanish food, fashion, arts and crafts, music and homeware will be set up for shoppers keen on purchasing authentic and inspired stuff reflecting the culture of Spain.

Photo Credit: The Australian Spanish Socio-Cultural Association/Facebook

Sign up to score tickets to the Spanish Markets for $2 but children under 12 may enter for free. 

Members of TASSCA may enjoy a 10 percent discount for their stall or food purchases. If you’re going to be a frequent visitor, it might be good to apply for a membership to avail of this benefit. 

“We are a socio-cultural association with the aim of sharing, uncovering, exchanging and celebrating the diversity of Spanish geography and its people through artistic, gastronomic, linguistic and social projects and activities,” TASSCA stated in its community page.