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Christmas Market in Lincoln is set to take place this weekend on Sunday

LINCOLN, Nebraska – An original Christmas market with a German flavor is being organized for the first time ever by Wax Buffalo in collaboration with the Haymarket Association.

Under the O Street downtown viaduct is where the event will be held. According to Brianne Bayer, who is in charge of the brand, this event is intended for the entire family. There will be 75 merchants selling a variety of goods including food, crafts, and German beer. Additionally, there will be carolers, a Christmas tree lot, and a competition for decorating Christmas trees. Art Bus LNK will be present at the event for children of all ages. In addition to that, Santa Claus is going to make an appearance.

Wax Buffalo anticipates that there will be at least 1,500 people present at the market and that it will become an annual event.

“Let’s meet at the Haymarket, shall we? Come start some new traditions with your family. Gather all of your pals and come down here. “Make this an enjoyable activity that you perform with other people,” advised Bayer.

On Sunday, December 4, the market will be open from midday until 6 o’clock in the evening. Tickets are $10. They are also going to be sold at the event, in addition to being available online and through Wax Buffalo stores. Check out Wax Buffalo’s Instagram account (@waxbuffalo) to view the various merchants that will be present at the event.

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