Bazaar to end all Bazaars: the Brooklyn Night Bazaar


Brooklyn Night Bazaar @ Dekalb Market

Independent vendors. Food. Live Music. Art. Beer Garden. Outdoors at Night.

Sunday October 9, 2011 – 5PM to Midnight

Mayhem? Sure thing…

Now featuring the inaugural Brooklyn Night Bazaar to be held at Dekalb Market for a (one, and only) single night – Sunday, October 9th, from 5:00PM to 12 Midnight. The inspiration for the event comes from the night markets across Asia. On this night the market will be showcasing local artists, vendors and musicians from Brooklyn and beyond. Here’s what you can expect to experience:

·      Live music with YACHTMonogold, Trouble Andrew, and DJ Sets
·      More than 50 independent merchant and food vendors
·      Beer & wine garden featuring local breweries courtesy Sixpoint, Great Brewers and Brooklyn Winery
·      Light and sculpture installation by Jason Krugman
·      Games like Petanque and more

When: Sunday October 9th from 5:00 PM until Midnight.

Where: Dekalb Market @ 138 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn – An outdoor market with retrofitted cargo containers in the heart of Brooklyn between Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Clinton Hill. The Bazaar is a stone’s throw from the B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, G, and F trains, numerous bus routes and bike lanes. Transportation Alternatives will be providing free valet bike parking.

The event will be free to the public, except for the performance area which will be ticketed.  The Bazaar is expected to attract thousands from the surrounding Brooklyn neighborhoods and throughout New York who enjoy vibrant community gathering spaces with live music, warm ambiance and great times. Come out and enjoy!

Music: Tickets available on Ticketfly

YACHT

Monogold

Trouble Andrew

Art:

Light and sculpture installation by Jason Krugman

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