Downtown LA Night Market This Weekend!

Produced by 626 Night Market, DTLA Night Market draws inspiration from the popular night bazaars of Asia. Over 200 vendors will be offering food, merchandise, arts and crafts. There will also be massage chairs, giveaways, carnival games and community action booths. KawaiiKowai will once again produce “The World’s Largest Cup of Boba Tea, a 2700 pound, 6 foot tall cup of real boba tea” known as Bobasaurus Rex.

International food stalls and trucks will be offering exciting delicacies like BBQ Squid Skewers, Spam Musubi, Thai Lobster Balls, Doner Kabobs, dumplings, teppan and noodles galore. Try out the new eats from the kitschy Formosa Cafe. LA Beat has the inside scoop that Japadog will be there, straight outta Vancouver. Craving a ramen burger? Yeah, they’ve got that. Hookas? Vaping? Check and Check. Don’t fret, partiers, there will also be a beer garden. And vegan food. Everybody’s covered.

The event also features an artwalk, dancing, DJs, and live music. Tonight’s bands include Ballerina Black, Earth Wake and Bear Attack. Saturday night groove to the stylings of Eric Zayne, Mercy and the Colossal, Magic Bronson and the High Drags.

Friday, June 20: 4pm-12am
Saturday, June 21: 4pm-12am

1150 S. Figueroa St (between 11th & 12th Streets near the convention center) LA, CA 9001 Admission is $7 for presale tickets through Eventbrite and $10 at the door. Children 6 and under are free. They expect to sell out, so we strongly recommend presale tickets. DTLA Night Market strongly recommends you wear your stretchy pants.

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Elise Thompson

About Elise Thompson

Born and raised in the great city of Los Angeles, this food, culture and music-loving punk rock angeleno wants to turn you on to all that is funky, delicious and weird in the city. While Elise holds down the fort, her adventurous alter ego Kiki Maraschino is known to roam the country in search of catfish.
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