As well as fans of Harry Potter will have their christmas celebration In the most magical style, the followers of the cutest kitten in the world can also get their gifts and live a very kawaii day hello kitty christmas. Find out here all the details about the event.
Christmas at the Hello Kitty Market
The Christmas will take over the next edition of the Mercadito HK, which, as many will know, is a space dedicated to fans of the japanese kitten created by the brand Sanrio In the 70s.
What will you find in this thematic market? A bit of everything. Since fluff, desserts, Stationery, terms, Tshirts, kitchen items, and even beers, all inspired by Hello Kitty.
Although we anticipate that from now on you can order one of the exclusive releases: a sweatshirt with style “ugly sweater”At $ 350 that was made in collaboration with Little Hearts Mx. Save it via inbox with Mercadito HK.
Gallery: Get ready for Christmas with this pre X-mas deco (Grosby Group)
Besides of bazaar, you’ll find workshops Y activities inspired by the kitten, from drinks, themed pastry, etc. Remember that everything will be within a family environment.
And to celebrate Christmas in this holiday season, the organizers will install several photography sets so that you go prepared to take the photo ideal for your Christmas postcard, they will even have a snow rain which you can enjoy while doing your shopping.
Although the entrance is free, Franciscan House has a biosafety protocol that establishes that the capacity must be limited up to 60 people per hour. So surely soon they will enable some form of registration so that you can choose the time you want to go and avoid huge lines or crowds, stay tuned. Remember that you must wear a mask all the time.
- Where? Franciscan House: Jesús María 42, Centro.
- When? Fri. 18 and sat. December 19, from 12:00 to 19:00.
- How much? Free admission. Limited availability.
If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 please do not go out, stay home to avoid exposing your health and that of others, that will be the only way to contain the growing number of infections in CDMX.