LAST MONTH OF THE YEAR KLAXON!
It’s December, and London is already awash with Christmas lights — kitted out in stars, trees and ice rinks for the winter season. You haven’t been to any yet? Well, please allow us to tell you about the festive galore that the city has to offer. You’re all Christmas-ed out and there’s still a while to go? Non-festive life doesn’t just stand still this month, and there’s plenty out there for you to do. Everyone’s cold, but everyone’s winning, and 2024 is peeking its beady eye through the snow-capped ferns. Ladies and gentlemen… December.
1) Walk into a paradise at one of London’s festive Christmas markets
You probably don’t need telling twice, but London is doused in swathes of festive décor right now, and you are cordially invited to do the jingle bell rock at any—or, even, every single one—of London’s lovely Christmas markets.
Check out our full guide to London’s Christmas markets here!
You won’t so much be walking in the air on this one, but you will be walking among some delightful models based on an iconic picture book by Raymond Briggs: The Snowman. Most people will be familiar with the charming images, which also feature in the animated 1982 film. Fleet Street Quarter are tapping into the reverence and love many people hold for The Snowman, and are bringing back the trail of 12 models are in town between November and January, and the designs on each snowman are inspired by ‘The Twelve Days Of Christmas’. They’re scattered around areas including Fleet Street, Chancery Lane, and more – catch them all throughout December. Read more about the train here.
How does one accidentally Wes Anderson? We find things in day-to-day life that conjur up the unique style and flair that resemble the work of the treasured director and post them online. Maybe it’s a pastel-coloured house or a particularly patterned train carriage that stands out as a potential work of Wes that surrounds us. The concept began back in 2017, created by Brooklyn-based husband and wife Wally and Amanda. Now, the shots are set to be displayed in an exhibition, which kicks off its run in London on December 13 – grab your tickets now!
Read more about the upcoming exhibition here.
4) Take in one of London’s other jaw-dropping light trails
One fact shines brighter than most when it comes to Christmas in London: the city sure knows how to do lighting. Whether its the effervescent 2.7km, fire garden-flashing trail at Kew Gardens or the lantern bonanza at Lightopia, Londoners have plenty to enjoy when it comes to being dazzled by the lights. Check out our list of London’s light trails here.
5) Or take in the Christmas lights all around the city of London
Oxford Street boasts a twinkling display of sustainable stars; Mayfair has its sparkling triangular archways; Covent Garden has 115,000 lights illuminating the streets—and that barely scratches the surface. Check out our handy guide to the various light displays around the big smoke, get your camera ready, and prepare to be blown away.
Wineyard, East London’s fine market for all things fermented grapes is putting the festive touches on this month, with a one-off event that’s rather charmingly known as ‘Mistletoe and Wine…Tasting’. On December 10 in Clapton, the good folk from Hackney and beyond can potter down to Round Chapel to try over 100 different wines (okay, you won’t be able to try them all, but the few that you do? They’ll hit that festive sweet spot).
Each ticket grants you five drink tokens, and also means you can leave with a Wineyard tote bag and glass to rep them all year round. Wine talks are also taking place throughout the afternoon, with experts spilling the top-secret festive code (the top Christmas wine pairing) and what to buy for lovers o of the vino. Once you’ve done enough wine-ing, visitors can pick up some grub from the likes of Hai Café, La Bouche, and Trullo, who are all offering dishes at this edition of Wineyard.
‘Mistletoe and Wine…Tasting’ takes place on December 10 between 1-6pm, with talks beginning at 2pm. You can book your ticket for the event here.
7) Visit a beautiful sea of white roses
The Ever After Garden is back for its fourth year at Grosvenor Square, inviting anyone to pen a message to a loved one they have lost in the form of an illuminating white rose. Every dedicated rose and message puts money towards The Royal Marsden Cancer Society, and blesses London with an ocean of light through a difficult period of the year. Read more about the Ever After Garden here.
Stranger Things fever has gripped swathes of Netflix viewers, but for this one you can ditch the laptop-in-bed method of consumption, and head to the theatre in London for an onstage production. Stranger Things: The First Shadow takes you back to the very beginning, before season one to tell the tales before the world of Hawkins turned upside down. You can expect familiar characters like Joyce and Hopper to feature in the play that runs until January. Plan your visit here.
Pinch, punch first of the month, and with it brings the perfect time to champion a wonderful cause. Opening for a week-long pop-up on December 1 is the brand-new venture ‘Story Knits’, which has been formed in partnership with Save The Children and Beyond Retro. The pre-loved Christmas jumper store is open for one week, and coincides with the annual Christmas Jumper Day on December 7, which has raised £35 million since it was started up by Save The Children in 2012. Story Knits will bring the stories of 91 children (the number of young people helped by the charity every minute) to life through the sale of each jumper, which have been hand-picked and named after a child. They’re priced at £30, with 100% of the proceeds going towards Save The Children.
Find the pop-up in Covent Garden from December 1, and read more about it here.
10) Drink in the New Year’s Eve fireworks around the city
This is the New Year, and, in the words of Death Cab For Cutie, you may not feel any different. If you want to feel something, though—or just leave your jaw on the floor—just head to central London and look into the sky. Those end-of-year displays never get boring. Everybody ring in 2023 in style; or not… just make sure it’s to the backdrop of these sparkly lights.
11) Soak in the wintery settings at some gorgeous London restaurant glow-ups
While the great outdoors may be less colourful at this time of year than the other seasons, many a London restaurant will more than make up for it with a fine ol’ festive transformation. Whether it’s the magical foliage of the Dalloway Terrace; the icy terrain of Tattu; or the opulant, balls-to-the-wall ceiling method of Sushisamba, there’s plenty of dining decor to marvel at around London throughout the winter. Check out our guide to the most beautiful restaurant transformations here.
12) Jump around at a London gig
December doesn’t have to be all about the Christmas music (though there’s a lot of that around, of course). Have a dance-along at one of the many gigs happening in London this month.
Kylie Minogue (December 1): Royal Albert Hall – you won’t be able to get this one out of your head.
Rick Astley (December 1 & 12): Pryzm, Kingston & Roundhouse – he’s never gonna give you up when you’re in the crowd at his show.
Sleaford Mods (December 2): Alexandra Palace – the post-punk lifers are in town for a special London gig.
Girls Don’t Sync (December 2): KOKO – the hyped four-piece take to the big stage in Camden.
Madonna (December 5-6): The O2 – a show that might be like a little prayer is happening, courtesy of the Queen of Pop herself.
SOFY (December 5): The Grace – loud-mouthed solo singer providing the perfect antidote to a cold Tuesday evening.
Mclusky (December 6): Dingwalls – the raucous three-piece are back in Camden for a high-energy gig.
Capital Jingle Bell Ball (December 9-10): The O2 – Take That! ALICIA KEYS! Busted! Becky Hill! There’s a bloody stacked lineup here across two days for a pop-filled end to the year.
The Darkness (December 9): Roundhouse – I believe in a thing called a flippin’ party at the Roundhouse in December.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor (December 5): Eventim Apollo –
Ice Cube, Cypress Hill and The Game (December 11): The O2 –
Leona Lewis (December 12): Eventim Apollo – bleeding love and a desire to head to the Leona Lewis gig this month
Therapy? (December 14): Electric Ballroom – could I trouble(gum) you with a suggestion for a brilliant rock show to see out 2023?
Suede (December 15-17): Electric Brixton – Brett Anderson and co. have a triple threat lined up for you in London this month.
Joy Orbison (December 16): Troxy – cheeky dose of techno chiming in just one week before Christmas eve? Gone on then, son.
Tom Jones & Germein (December 17): O2 Arena – it’s not unusual to want to end your year belting out… It’s Not Unusual.
Check out our handy guide to the gigs around London here.
13) Head to a new Rudy’s Pizza site
Rudy’s Pizza might have earned its reputation up north in Manchester, but it’s a name that’s been on the lips of many a Londoner since it arrived at its Soho site in 2021. Now, they’re arriving in the east of the city with a brand new location in Shoreditch, and are ready to prove why they’re high up on the recommendation lists with a two-floor restaurant to serve up their authentic Neapolitan delights. Head there for a Calabrese from December 4.
And if that wasn’t quite enough, you’ll be able to enjoy their divine creations in Tottenham Court Road, with their second new opening of the month arriving on December 18.
14) Welcome in the annual gift of Trafalgar Square’s Christmas tree (from December 1)
Ah, it’s time folks. Time for our beautiful square to come alive with the lights of the Trafalgar tree. Every year since 1947, Norway has blessed London with a tree as a thanks for helping them out during World War II, and this year it returns on December 7. Yes, people have been known to be mean about how it often looks, and yes, some of the jokes are funny—but it wouldn’t be Christmas without this loveable Norway Spruce tree in the centre of our city.
15) Check out another one of London’s fine array of Christmas trees scattered around the city
Pretty dapper Christmas tree they’ve got there at St. Pancras, wouldn’t you say? This year’s one is made up of all things books. And if you think that’s the only tall king that London has dressed up to the nines, you, my friend, are sorely mistaken. Anyone looking for a city not peppered with smartly decorated saplings is barking up the wrong tree, and here is the evidence.
Take in a century of storytelling at the layered universe of the Disney100 exhibition, which arrived in London earlier in the year. Visitors can feast their eyes on over 250 different artefacts from the world of Disney, uniting the classic tales with the more recent titles in the worlds of Star Wars and beyond. Disney fanatics can check out the likes of the carousel horse ridden by Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins (1964), as well as the red dress worn by Emma Stone in Cruella (2021). Whatever your favourite Disney moment is, this exhibition has likely got it captured in some form – plan your visit here!
Read all about the exhibition here.
17) Glide around a dreamy ice rink
In winter, London is less big smoke, and more large ice. Your skills on the rink might—much like that opening comparison—not be the Olympic gold medal standard, but if Bambi can give it a go, so can you. Plus, many of them have mulled wine and lots of food, so there’s really no way you can lose. Here are a few suggestions to get you going.
Read our guide to London’s enchanting Ice Rinks here.
While the O2 might be housing elephantine names this month like Madonna and Tom Jones, there’s only one act that will really hit the heights… in a literal sense. Yes, carol singers are taking to Greenwich’s dome to spread the festive cheer on December 9-10, and you can too! Get the not-so-lowdown on the event by reading our sneak preview.
19) Have a festive pint at London’s most Christmassy pub
The Churchill Arms outdoes itself every year, doesn’t it? Looking like Santa Claus himself gave it a glow-up, it’s safe to say it’s the most Christmassy pub in London. So, without further ado, it’s time to catch the bus sleigh and make a beeline for the bar – this next pint has a big fat (figurative) CHRISTMAS logo in the foam. Salut. Read about it here.
20) Or, sink a pint in the great outdoors at one of London’s boozers with heated gardens
Sure, it might be chilly out, but there are plenty of pub gardens that are still demanding your attention. You may want to take a coat, but these spots all have outdoor heating for you to snuggle up and sip on that pint with the fresh air for company. Read our guide here.
21) Speaking of heating up, it’s mulled wine season
There’s no better time to drink mulled wine and feel fine than December, is there? And there’s really no shortage of the stuff here in London town. Read about the best places to sip on that beautiful, piping-hot alcohol right here.
22) You can even head to a festival entirely dedicated to the stuff
You already know that a weave into Covent Garden will lead you into a flurry of festivities, but one of these is so tasty that it really needs its own section. If your idea of a good time is (not literally) drowning yourself in mulled wine, then you should be pottering down to the festival dedicated entirely to the stuff on a sub-zero winter’s evening. Go on, don’t make us tell you twice or we’ll threaten you with some warming spices. Read all about the event here.
23) Head to Market Place for a packed roster of events
As if Market Place’s collection of street food markets (with multiple sites across London) weren’t enough of a draw for the food alone, they’re also turning up the festive feeling this December with tons of exciting events at their Peckham hotspot. Here are just a few of the reasons you should head on down… You know, besides all the scrummy food…
🍷 You know what we’re gonna need pretty soon – when school breaks for the winter holidays? A way to keep the kids entertained – and some free booze while we’re at it. Fortunately, at Market Place’s Vauxhall, Peckham, and Harrow locations parents can nab both thanks to a special ‘Festive Sip and Paint’ sessions. On December 21-22, between 12-5pm, parents can enjoy mulled wine while kids will be entertained with a festive face painting and goodie bags to boot – all for free! Simply turn up – there’s no sign up needed – and you can sip to your heart’s content while they paint (or get painted on, rather).
🎶 South London legend, SKREAM, will be popping up at Market Place for an intimate performance – entirely for free! To enjoy some incredible tunes from the DJ and producer extraordinaire, just sign up for a free ticket and you’ll be in for an unforgettable night.
🎨 You know what makes painting even more fun? Booze! And on December 16, Don’t Wake The Neighbours are bringing their Paint & Sip event to Market Place Peckham with a special event themed around ‘Americaz Most Wanted’. All the materials will be provided for you to create your own Tupac or Snoop Dogg painting, whilst sipping away at a drink and enjoying the party atmosphere.
Head here to sign up, and find out more!
24) Check out the Christmassy edition of this alternative art market
Over in Shoreditch, DROOL are presenting their one-off “Alternative Art Market: Xmas Edition”. On December 2, visitors will be able to sift through the works from a multitude of creatives including Alexander Khbbazi and John Schullisch. Oh, and since it’s Christmas, anyone attending will be treated to a complimentary glass of mulled wine as well as hosting giveaways of tote bags filled with prints throughout the day. DROOL’s Christmassy alternative art market can be enjoyed between 10am – 6pm on December 2, and you can find more information here.
25) View a thought-provoking new exhibition at the Alice Black gallery
It’s always worth keeping an eye on what’s happening at the Alice Black Gallery – a female-run space tucked into Fitzrovia that champions contemporary artists who address the challenges of the time we live in. And, on the first of the month this time around, Londoners can wander in to check out Small Hours, a multi-artist exhibition that features “constellate a field for the solstitial threshold”. Featuring works from Amber Pinkerton (who recently held her debut solo exhibition, Self-Dialogues: Hard Food, in the same space) Vincent Black, Jane McCabe, and more, visitors can expect to see detailed drawings, beautifully crafted sculptures and photo objects among the collection running until January 13. Find out more information about the exhibition and Alice Black Gallery here.
26) Then, head to one of London’s many art exhibitions running this month
We’re blessed to live in a city where so much art surrounds us all year round, so make it your mission to fit in some visits to galleries in the final month of the year.
Muphoria (open from December 1): London’s first-ever permanent music art gallery arrives in Berwick Street, Soho, at the start of the month, featuring pieces that celebrate the careers of artists including Oasis, Bob Marley, Whitney Houston, and The Ramones.
Meet Me On The First Floor… (ends December 3): Artground – an inaugural exhibition at this Whitechapel gallery featuring the intriguing work from artists including Nathalie Hollis, Melanie Issaka, and Barnaby Lewis.
BABEL (closes December 23): Jealous Gallery – ALO’s first-ever solo exhibition brings energetic portraits that are self-described by the artist as ‘Urban Expressionist’.
Marina Abramović (closes January 1): Burlington House – presenting key moments from the carrier of a true pioneer.
27) Waltz along to the happiest place in London
It’s December. It’s cold. It’s dark. If we ever needed a happy place, it’s right now. Thankfully, Dopamine Land is here, giving visitors that boost of endorphins we need. There are adult ball pits, photo zones, and more colourful installations than you could shake a candy cane at. Book your place here.
28) Relax on the beautiful Willows on the Roof terrace at Oxford Street
John Lewis gets us ready for Christmas with their advert each year, but they also run a popular roof terrace that’s doused in festive joy. This year, you can expect the same top-notch food, cocktails and views, alongside their festive igloos to dine in and say goodbye to 2023 in style. Read all about it here.
29) Then go for a tour of London’s igloos
One noticeable change to the environment of London around Christmas time is the emergence of these clear, spherical objects. People like to dine inside them and they feel pretty damn festive so we rounded up some of the best ones around. LONG LIVE THE IGLOOS.
On this planet, we answer to the bubbles, and bubbles there are many. An interactive experience that has something for all ages has just landed in London, giving us a voyage into a world of polka dot landscapes and ball pits. There are 11 immersive rooms in total, including a virtual reality experience and and a bubblegum blowing game. For a colourful experience that’s a joy to just bounce around in, you won’t find many better around these parts. Plan your visit here.
31) Bulk up your burger by stuffing a Christmas dinner in there
Christmas dinner = boring, overdone, uninventive. Christmas dinner burger = ahead of its time, innovative, tasty. That’s how it works. And you can find the beast itself over at the fine old London chophouses, Blacklock. With their ‘Christmas in a Bun’ offering, you can ho! ho! ho! your way into the doziest of food comas, with a burger filled with a camembert stuffed pork patty and topped with pulled turkey in gravy, spiced cranberry ketchup and crispy-smoked streaky bacon. You might need to pass me the Baileys after this one…
Find the burger at all Blacklock restaurants.
32) If you’ve still got a taste for festive fills, head to this Christmassy street food event
That’s right, folks. There’s a whole festival dedicated to Christmassy twists on the street food we know and love. From those who brought the Tacover comes The Xmas Special, which, essentially, works in the trade of exclusively serving up Christmas special dishes.
But there’s more than just turkey, roasties and cranberry sauce at this event — round here, they do have that, only they’re adding the components to pizzas, wings, fries, and more! Once you’ve polished off a dish, you can drag yourself up to order a mulled wine and then see if you’ve got room to take part in the mince pie and eating contest. Find all the fun going down on December 2-3 at the Signature Brew taproom in Walthamstow. Read more about The Xmas Special here.
33) (Maybe) witness a dusting of snow across the city
London hasn’t had a white Christmas in yonks, but the weather at the end of November has been threatening to give us a dusting of chilly flakes (and not the kind you find in the kitchen) with some sub-zero nights. While it may just turn to slush after ~10 minutes, the initial snowfalls will at least be fun and look great on the IG feed, right?
34) Or, head to Covent Garden for snowfalls every day throughout December
Yes, it’s true. It does snow every day in Covent Garden over Christmas (between the scheduled hours of 12pm-9pm). From December 1 you can do your best Bing Crosby impression and wander around under the snowfalls beside their enormous Christmas tree and glittering light display. Read about the daily Covent Garden snow forecast here.
35) Find a new area of the city to explore
However long you’ve lived in London, be it two months or your whole life, there’s always somewhere new to explore. Not ventured to Camden yet? Fancy heading down to Greenwich, or having a stroll around Marylebone? Now’s the time! We’ve got plenty of handy area guides on the site, so take your pick and see what a new area of the city has to offer.
36) And that includes places outside of zone three!
It might take a little longer, but there are plenty of beautiful parks, tasty food halls, and lovely buildings outside the realms of the Tube map’s zone three. Here are a few places in zone four and beyond to get you started.
38) Try a (*checks notes*) tenderstem broccoli-infused cocktail
Oh, the ‘Broctail’? Yeah, we were all totally crying out for it and now it’s here to give us the greenest boozy concoction you could envisage. If you’re sick of hearing about brussels sprout being the main green queen of this season, then it’s time for you to pivot to a broccoli cocktail, which is the creation of mixologist Jack Sotti, and you can find over at the opulent Camden bar, Ester, throughout the whole of December.
We all know art can be cathartic, and that still applies when it’s taken to the extreme. Across three days in December, you can enter the paint rage room and throw some colours at the canvas as you’re guided along by a professional as you learn the splatter, graffiti and texture play to the sounds of the curated background music. Plan your visit here.
40) Book your annual December theatre trip
Everyone knows that a trip to the theatre in December just hits that little bit sweeter. For starters, the West End is awash with Christmas decorations, you’re surrounded by lights and lots of people shuffling in from the cold to catch a play. Les Mis, The Lion King, The Play That Goes Wrong… whatever! Get the family together and enjoy the brilliance that is theatre season, Christmas edition.
Edward Scissorhands (December 5 – January 20): Sadler’s Wells – the play based on the classic Tim Burton movie is rolling back into London with a new cast.
Merry Mayhem: A Festive Extravaganza (December 9 – 21): The Yards Theatre – gear yourself up for a ‘warped winter wonderland’ over at the Yards with a brilliant lineup of cabaret, circus, burlesque, and more.
Feeling Afraid As If Something Terrible Is Going To Happen (ends on December 23): Bush Theatre – transferring from a successful Edinburgh Fringe run, this play about a comedian who is about to kill his boyfriend is hitting London for the first time in a journey through “self-awareness and self-sabotage”.
My Neighbour Totoro (from November 21): Barbican – the acclaimed Studio Ghibli has returned, and runs at the Barbican all through December.
41) Or skip into a pantomime
Yes, Christmas season means pantomime season (oh no I’m not going to do the ‘oh no it doesn’t’ gag… dammit), and there are more to choose from in London than candy canes in Santa’s factory. Take your pick from this handy guide to the pantomimes in London and get ready for an energetic day out with the family.
Read our Pantomimes in London guide here.
42) Dive into this otherworldly cocktail experience
While you may have be planning to do a wee little bit of Dry January, there’s time to get a boost little adventure in this month in the form of Avora, a carefully crafted cocktail experience with a choice of alcohol and non-alcoholic libations to be sipped on. Whack those jumpsuits on and slide into the universe of mystery and wonder in Hackney. Find out more and book your place here.
43) Tuck into a Michelin-worthy… kebab?
London has Michelin-starred plates spilling out of hectic kitchens every night of the week, but not every dish has to be caviar and lobster. In fact, I Am Döner has elevated the humble kebab up to a Michelin-worthy level, thanks to being the creation of chef Paul Baron. Their fluffy flatbreads are handmade each day, and there’s obviously a Christmas version available at the Camden store, which opens on December 1. You know what they say… winner, winner Christmas döner. Find out more about it here.
44) Enjoy Christmas and New Year’s Eve in the clouds at Sky Garden
You know Sky Garden, London’s brilliant vantage point to catch views of the city from 43 floors up? Yeah, you do. Well, they’re hosting some fantastic events to toast the end of the year and catch a view of the Christmas-light-kissed city. DJs, bubbly, the lot! Read more about them here.
45) Or Celebrate the end of 2023 in style in another one of London’s fine establishments
You gonna get to celebrate the end of the year once every 365 days, so you may as well do something. Of course, London is always bouncing with potential plans from any and every direction. From a five-course bonanza at In Horto to a Jazz party into the night at Tap & Bottle to a boogie at Flippers Roller Disco, there should be something for anyone—even those who wear the “New Year’s Eve is overrated t-shirt all year round—in this city, so plan that night now! Here’s our handy guide to what’s going down on December 31 in London.
Of course, the soundtrack to writing this inclusion had to be The Ecstasy Of Gold by Ennio Morricone. And that’s what you should be whacking on before heading out to the Moonshine Saloon, a cocktail experience that takes you out of Aldgate and into the Wild Wild West. Choose your poison and smuggle it into the venue and have mixologists craft you personalised cocktails during a session alongside cowboys and cowgirls, ramblers and gamblers in a beautifully designed set. Plan your visit here.
47) Warm up with a bowl of… Poke?
With the warm weather truly chilling us to the bone, we’re all wishing we could have a hearty roast dinner for pretty much every meal. And surely we’re not going to find that at a poke restaurant, right? Wrong! Because for the winter, Poke House has unveiled an all-new Christmas menu featuring none other than Roast Beef Poke. It’s an unholy combination of British and Hawaiian flavours – but you’ll have to try it to believe it. There’s even a new Prawn (Cocktail) Bowl as well as a variety of new hot options, with ingredients ranging from Roasted Salmon Fillet to Roast Sweet Potato, and beyond. Who has time to cook up a whole roast with all the trimmings, after all – have a roast (poke) dinner instead! Head here to find your nearest Poke House location.
48) Have a boogie at a world-famous club night
Bresh is returning to Brixton for its final bash of 2023 on December 9. Never been? You can expect a world-renowned Latin-American party with a host of vibrant decorations and energetic performers throughout the night. Bust all your energy at this one before the inevitable Christmas relaxation period that follows. Get your tickets now.
49) Get some festive cheer with a pub quiz for London-based charity The Felix Project
Sponsored by Mulberry and in aid of raising proceeds for their long-term charity partner The Felix Project, ‘The Yuley Digestif‘ will be a ‘big phat quiz of the year’-style panel show with a live audience taking part. Hosted by none other than model and writer Sydney Lima, special guests include legendary comedian Joanne McNally, cultural icon(!) Fat Tony and Radio 1Xtra DJ Tiffany Calver. Taking place on Monday December 11, it promises to be a real hoot – and the winners of the quiz will get their very own Mulberry bag – so make sure you get your tickets now!
50) Keep exploring this wonderful city
Of course, it’s nigh-on impossible to name every single brilliant thing happening in London this month, as hard as we may try. We’re shouting about places, people, and news in the big smoke all year round, and here are a few more things that should be on your radar as we enter the final month of another rollercoaster year. Salut, godspeed, and remember, now that Spotify Wrapped day has been and gone, it truly is closing time for 2023.
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