Feelin’ Festive: Tybee Island Main Street to Host Second Annual Holiday Market

A holiday market with tents and palm trees.

Feelin’ Festive: Tybee Island Main Street to Host Second Annual Holiday Market

Tybee Island Main Street is gearing up to host the second annual Holiday Market Saturday Nov. 25 from 12–6 p.m. on Tybrisa St. Taking place on Small Business Saturday, the market is a great chance to shop with local vendors and merchants while celebrating our tight-knit island community. Last year, the market saw thousands of attendees, and this year’s event is set to be bigger and better with more vendors and a host of fun family-friendly festivities.

A crowd of people walking down a street with blue tents.

“We have added more local vendors and kids’ activities. We have 50 unique vendors at this year’s event, so there will surely be something for everyone on your gift list. The kids’ zone was a major success last year and we wanted to build it up. We have added more crafts and bounce houses along with the train rides,” said Keni Lozada, Main Street assistant.

A group of people playing cornhole on the street.

In addition to those exciting attractions, guests can also look forward to some friendly competition during the corn hole tournament as well as the annual Christmas tree lighting and other holiday-themed delights. There will even be live music from the likes of talented local acts such as the Anders Thomsen Duo and Brian Bazemore. 

A group of children working on crafts at a table.

The Holiday Market is a special celebration of Tybee and all that makes it great with a heavy dose of wintertime wonder. It’s sure to be a fun opportunity to connect with neighbors and spread holiday cheer. The market is a community effort that has quickly become a Tybee tradition.

A train with a santa claus on it is parked in front of a christmas tree.

“We have been working tirelessly to make this event even more special. We are grateful for the support of our sponsors: Tybean, Kelly & Co., and Seaside Sisters,” said Lozada. “We are excited by the interest we have had in this year’s event and hope to exceed everyone’s expectations.”

The Holiday Market is free and open to the public. For more information, visit tybeeislandmainstreet.org/events/holiday-market-2/

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