2014 Night Market Dates Announced

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Mark your calendars, the Food Trust has announced its 2014 Night Market dates and locations. Night Markets are a celebration of food, drink and neighborhood. The first night market for 2014 will be on Thursday, May 15th, in Old City. Subsequent Night Markets will be held in June, August and October.

  • Old City- May 15th, 2014
  • West Oak Lane – June 19th, 2014
  • Lancaster Ave @ 35th St – August 21st, 2014
  • Chinatown- October 2nd, 2014

Night Market [Official Site]


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  • MurderHeWrote

    No Fairmount night market?

    • http://philadelphia.foobooz.com/ Art from Foobooz

      Perhaps like Mt. Airy did, Fairmount will launch its own?

  • http://batman-news.com Phillylocal

    great..all in spots no one wants to go to

    • Market watch

      Yep, no one goes to Night Market anymore, it’s just too crowded!

      • Sue G.

        It’s far too main stream for your tastes?

  • Steve

    I went to the one on South Street and will not go to any of these events again. If they had it on the parkway that would be cool, but it’s just too congested doing it on a normal city street.

  • ayeboy

    I have to say I agree with Steve. Extremely congested and you wait 30 minutes for a sandwich. Maybe when I was 21. Or, no, 17.

  • Rob

    why would you say “in spots no one wants to go” because three of the four are not in a trendy, “white” area that suits you? And don’t say parking because all the locations have free street parking not far from the trucks, within a few blocks at the most

  • The Mirror

    Why would you assume his comment was in the slightest bit race related? I think you brought it to that level with your comment. I work in the Oak Lane area and live close enough to Chinatown to cab it for cheap. But if I were driving, no I would have zero interest in going to any of these locations. Even with “free” parking you still have to circle for 10-15 min to find a spot, and then wait in line for 30 min for one dish. And that’s assuming they haven’t already sold out of it. They need to host these on the parkway or that type of open area location so people can come and go and not add to the congestion of the people waiting in line. Assumptions lead to misconceptions…..

  • Norma Stitz

    Bummer it’s not in Fairmount again, last year kicked ass. Yeah some long lines but still worth it, I especially enjoyed the bands playing. Oh and who’s worried about parking? Take the subway, or a bus, or a cab, or a bike, or walk – otherwise go back to Jersey!