All Ages

HOTA Christmas Twilight Markets

Sat 16 Dec
HOTA Christmas Twilight Markets

HOTA Christmas Twilight Markets

Who's ready to shake it like a North Pole-aroid picture? The HOTA Markets are back with an evening of festive fun to send you into Christmas with jolly vibes and GREAT gifts.

Make your Christmas hotter at HOTA with the region's best gourmet street eats, decadent desserts, and bespoke one-of-a-kind gifts, all under twinkling festoon lights!

Wind your way through the market lanes to the sweet serenades of stunning live music, spot roving performers, snap a selfie with an elfie... or meet the big man himself - SANTA will definitely be there!

  • Artisan handmade gifts (that you won't just find anywhere)
  • Countless gourmet eats and drinks (hello Christmas fare!)
  • Spectacular Christmas cheer and decorations
  • Amazing live entertainment (Mariah is defrosting as we speak)
  • Snaps with Santa (elfie, anyone?)
  • Kids activities and entertainment (Santa sleighing the night away)
  • FREE entry

Please note, we have limited parking available. We encourage you to rideshare or park at Chevron Island and walk across the Green Bridge to HOTA.

Visit our Getting Here page to find out more. 

Sat 16 Dec
All Ages
4pm - 9pm

#Extended HOTA Gallery hours

Join us in HOTA Gallery for extended opening hours during the Christmas Twilight Markets.

Open 10am-9pm, you can wander the free exhibitions upstairs or grab a ticket to explore the world of Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street.

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Step into HOTA Gallery this summer and discover the cultural and design journey of sneakers.

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HOTA proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.