nov 29 – dec 1 2019
The Merry Christmas, nov 29 – dec 1 2019
We wish you very welcome to our festive Christmas Fair at the Blue Hall Höganäs the weekend of 29th November – 1st December. Local craftsmanship and produce, market stalls, fragrances, Christmas trees, ornaments, drinks, interiors, installations, music and theatre. More than 70 exhibitors will be in place for the biggest event this Season.
Welcome to The Merry Christmas at the Blue Hall Höganäs!
A festive fair filled to the brim with Christmas Spirit and joyful exhibitors.
Culinary artisans, chocolates, marzipan, bread, cheese, honey, drinks, inspiration, music, magic, interiors, antiques, hand made candles, wool, ornaments, Christmas trees, gifts and fragrances. An exciting mix of old traditions and new ideas. The artist Elisabeth Brenner, Höganäs book shop, Röstånga Mölla, Christian’s Fish, local lambs meat, Lilla Spritfabriken, Larsviken, Dunke Design, Hedentorps Nursery, Kullagourmet, Höganäs Food Market, Mamsellen, Ateljé Ljussmedjan, Karl Fredrik at Eklaholm, Lemholt’n Bergman, Blå Hallen’s Antique Market, glass ware, ceramics, building preservation, textiles and much more.
The Concert Hall Choir from Helsingborg and Voce Celeste from Höganäs will be there to perform all your favourite Christmas Carols. Gransholms Herrgård from the county of Småland is one of the exhibitors making a very personal Christmas statement in the Pillar Hall.
In the restaurant local chefs will serve up the best of the season: Pickled herrings, hot soup, rye bread, kale and craft beer.
Fair and restaurant opening hours
Friday Nov 29
Saturday Nov 30
Sunday Dec 1
2pm – 7pm
10am – 6pm
10am – 5pm
Tickets – Advance or On-the-Door
General Admission, 120kr. Three day ticket, 160kr.
Under 18s free
Link to advance tickets coming soon
Parking is available but please take the bus to Höganäs if possible. The bus stop is a 5 minute walk from the fair.
Blå Hallen Höganäs
Recently re-named the Blue Hall Höganäs, this remarkable building is celebrating its centenary. Formerly a factory of fine ceramics, it has recently undergone major restoration and the building now consists of a unique and beautiful space for larger events, meetings and conferences.