Latin Night Market, the first-ever large-scale food and culture festival dedicated to the Latin & Hispanic diaspora, is coming to NYC this September to take your tastebuds on the ultimate ride.
The market comes from MASC Hospitality Group, the same ones behind Bronx Night Market, Uptown Night Market, Brooklyn Night Market, and Vegan Night Market–so we already know it’s going to be a good one.
The market will celebrate the entire Hispanic diaspora while giving local small businesses a platform to sell their products.
Guests will have the chance to indulge in a joyous journey of Latinx cuisine, from fiery salsas to savory mofongo and everything in between. Delicious bites, such as empanadas, pupusas, tacos, and chicharrones along with a selection of beverages will be available to try.
And, once you’re done stuffing your face, enjoy the many live performances such as salsa, reggae, rumba, jazz, Latin pop, and hip hop, as well as a selection of family-friendly activities, art installations, raffles, giveaways, and more.
Latin Night Market all goes down on Friday, September 22nd, coinciding perfectly with the opening day of Hispanic Heritage Month. Though it will only happen once this year, they’re working to make it a monthly affair come 2024.
Those interested in becoming a vendor can do so by filling out the form here.
📍 Uptown Manhattan – Dyckman Street between Dyckman Plaza & Inwood Park
🗓️ Friday, September 22nd
⏰ 4p.m. – 10 p.m.