THE Kyogle Bazaar test run in the main street of town was received very well by all stakeholders, according to the draft evaluation report of the event.
"The day was very relaxed and enjoyable with people taking advantage of what was on offer," it read.
"Visitor numbers increased from out of town (and) local participation was reasonably good."
With a number of recommendations in place, the main one being that the event continue over the next 12 months, Kyogle residents and its visitors can expect a bigger and better bazaar for the next year.
Twenty one stalls decorated the main street and three buskers added to the entertaining atmosphere of the day.
"My head is still spinning as people have not stopped coming up to me and saying what a great day it was," markets co-ordinator Harmony Walsh said.
"I thought up until today I had 100 per cent positive feedback, but someone only just complained that there had been less parking.
"Which is a good thing anyway as it meant there were more people in town."
People came from southern Queensland, Casino, Lismore and of course the locals, to enjoy the day.
"The vibe on the street was just great and so cheerful," Ms Walsh said.
"Using Facebook, Twitter and linking to other sites also had advantages."
Ms Walsh recounted how one trader thought the day hadn't been very good in sales for him.
"The next day he checked Facebook and he had a whole heap of orders," she laughed.
"There were even enquiries from Japan.
"It seems like the day benefited everyone."
The next bazaar will be held on Saturday, August 4 and any enquiries for stalls can be directed to Ms Walsh on 0416956744, firstname.lastname@example.org or expression of interest forms can be picked up from the following businesses: Sundowner Seafoods, Plum, Scarborough Shoes or Elizabeth T Fashions.