Bristol Christmas market will get back to Broadmead in 2021.
It will run between 5 November and 23 December after it was dropped in 2020 due to the Covid pandemic.
Sven Schmidt, Head of German Occasions which sorts out the market, said: "We are exceptionally eager to be getting back to Bristol this year.
"It was grievous to need to drop 2020's occasion, however we generally put the wellbeing of our guests first.
"We are extremely glad to have the option to invite guests back to the market again and trust they partake in the expansion of our snow vaults which are a magnificent way of partaking in an occasional beverage with loved ones.
"The entire group can hardly wait to get everything rolling!"
The current year's market will bring back the things which it is known for, including customary carefully assembled gifts, sweet treats like crepes and churros, German Gluhwein, reflected on wine and conventional Bratwurst.
The Christmas market is home to more than 50 slows down, and generally includes visits from St Nick and reindeer visits in December.
The vast majority of the market will be open from 10am to 7pm. Food and drink will be served until 10pm.