Westfield Hosts A Jam-Packed Weekend Of Activities And Events

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You all know how excited we are about Spring in the Glam office—it’s the season of fresh fashion, sunshine filled days and the prettiest smoothie bowls. And what do you get when you take all these wonderful things and roll them up into one glorious weekend?

Taste. Shop. Play.

No—those aren’t just some of our favourite words. It’s the celebration of all things Spring at Westfield this Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September.

The weekend will be filled with unique experiences and fun events to delight and excite you for the season ahead (like you aren’t excited enough already?!), as well as a host of offers from hundreds of retailers and brands.

Embrace your inner child and let loose as Westfield centres across Adelaide transform into the ultimate Spring playground for adults and kids alike, with fashion and beauty experiences, pop-up activities, tasting bars, dessert stations, Spring styling sessions, giveaways, and food markets.

Westfield Marion will be hosting a variety of experiences from Krispy Kreme donut walls and decorating and grazing tables to a MAC bold lip bar, LUSH bath bomb workshops, and Jurlique hand massages.

Activities set to spring to life at Westfield West Lakes include Spring styling sessions (just in time for Adelaide Fashion Festival), a gin cocktail bar, live DJs and acoustic music, and confetti balloon workshops.

Westfield Tea Tree Plaza is also getting in on the fun with a Donut King donut wall, HOYTS popcorn giveaway, complimentary gin bar, a cook up of seasonal South Australian fare, and kids cookie decorating and face paintings activities.

And that’s just a summary of what’s going on this weekend. Head on over here for the full event schedule for Taste. Shop. Play at your local Westfield centre and make the most of those gin bars. (And the rest of those awesome activities too, of course!)

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