What more could you ask for than good food, good music, and green design? Tonight, those three things — plus a slew of fantastic local artisans — will come together for the Brooklyn Night Bazaar at Dekalb Market, the awesome Brooklyn market made from shipping containers. Inspired by the night markets held across Asian, the Brooklyn Night Bazaar will feature a variety of local artists, food vendors, and musicians for a night packed full of culture, commerce, and entertainment.
The Brooklyn Night Bazaar was created by lawyer Aaron Broudo, who grew up in Richmond, British Columbia, home to the largest outdoor night market in North America. During a post-college trip to Thailand, Broudo couldn’t get enough of the after-hours markets throughout Southeast Asia, and now he’s bringing the night market experience to Brooklyn.
More than 70 artisans, shops, and food vendors will set up shop at the market, including the Eagle Street Rooftop Farm, jewelry makers Knock Knock Studio, Greenmarket regular Red Jacket Orchards, and boutique The World’s Fair. There will also be a beer and wine garden with beverages from Sixpoint, Great Brewers, and Brooklyn Winery, and artist Jason Krugman will be presenting a light and sculpture installation. Live music performances will be by music with YACHT, Monogold, and Trouble Andrew, in addition to several DJ Sets.
The one night only event is free and open to the public, except for the live music, which will be in a ticketed area. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased online here.