MASC Hospitality Group announced dates for the seasonal Uptown Night Market on April 13th and the Harlem Bazaar, May 7th.
The popular Harlem Night Market will open its third season on the 2nd Thursday of each month, from April to October from 4:00pm to 10:00pm. Dates will be April 13 ~ May 11 ~ June 8 ~ July 13 ~ August 10 ~ September 14 ~ October 12. Now in its third season, the Harlem Night Market is located at West 133rd Street and 12th Avenue in Harlem under the viaduct near the Cotton Club and Dinosaur BBQ.
NYC-based event promotion and production company MHG events announced the full vendor lineup for its anticipated Uptown Night Market. The event series starts April 13, at 133rd and 12th Avenue, from 4 pm and every 2nd Thursday of the month through October.
The event will feature a majority of local minority-owned businesses alongside some of New York City’s all-time favorites such as:
In addition to the delicious food, the Uptown Night Market will feature live performances by some of the best local musicians, artists, and entertainers, making it a must-attend event for anyone looking for a fun and unique evening out.
The opening day will have exclusive performances such as the Harlemites P.U.S.H dance organization and the all-female New Heights Brass Band, established artists such as Manny’s Boogaloo Crew, and never-seen-before at the market a back-to-back set by DJ Cosi, and DJ Stormin Norman.
The Uptown Night Market is free to attend and is focused on supporting small businesses, helping to promote local entrepreneurship, and providing a platform for up-and-coming vendors to showcase their products and services.
“The Uptown Night Market is a celebration of the vibrant community here in West Harlem,” said Marco Shalma, MHG events’ owner. “We are excited to bring together local small businesses, delicious food, and entertainment, all while supporting our community. We can’t wait to see everyone there!”
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While you’re there, head to the Pier and check out The Baylander, which will reopen for the season on April 27, 2023.
On May 7th, the second season begins for the Harlem Bazaar!
Harlem is about to have its Sunday festival with food, art, and music. It is an open-air market that celebrates Uptown’s finest creators, designers, inventors, artists, and visionaries. Mark your calendars for the return of Harlem Bazaar, the hottest market in NYC, on the first Sunday of the month starting May 7th, 202, until October from 11 am to 5 pm. Best of all, admission is completely free! 125th & Adam Clayton Powell – St. State Plaza.
The monthly event series will feature 40 vendors ranging from unique clothing, hand-crafted jewelry, mouthwatering food, and exceptional artwork; Every first Sunday of the month to give everyone a chance to participate and be a part of something bigger. With such a large variety of creative vendors offering unique goods, shoppers will have plenty of options. Designed with all types of individuals in mind, Harlem Bazaar will also feature music performances to keep the vibrant scene of Harlem alive! But wait, there’s more; the event series will feature a space for the little ones named The Kids’ Corner, where they can enjoy entertainment, yard games, and other fun activities while you shop and dine. It will be exciting for locals and travelers from surrounding areas like Uptown and Washington Heights.
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Did you know that Studio Museum in Harlem is currently under construction directly across the street ~ and down the block, the renovation of the historic Victoria Theatre which is a few doors down from the Apollo Theater.
MASC Hospitality Group, the producers of Bronx Night Market, in partnership with West Harlem Development Corporation, are bringing their successful open-air concept to West Harlem. The Uptown Night Market team is collaborating with Harlem Park to Park, Harlem Late Night Jazz, and MCB9 celebrating cuisine, community, and culture.
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