By Molly Snyder Senior Writer Published Jun 15, 2022 at 3:41 PM Photography: Bobby Tanzilo

More than 100 local vendors will participate in the 2022 Milwaukee Night Market, according to the Westown Association. The Night Market returns to Downtown Milwaukee this summer for a full season for the first time since 2019. 

The diverse lineup of vendors features a variety of artists, restaurateurs, farmers, crafters and makers of all sorts that will showcase their talents to the estimated 20,000 attendees each night.

The Night Markets – which are always free to attend – are set for Wednesday, June 16; Wednesday, July 13; Wednesday, Aug. 17; and Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 5 to 10 p.m.

The outdoor party takes place on West Wisconsin Avenue between 2nd Street and Vel R. Phillips Avenue.

“We were thrilled to have over 300 local small businesses apply to vend at the 2022 Markets from which our team has curated an exciting list of vendors that represent the diversity of our city,” said Stacie Callies, Executive Director of Westown Association.

Returning vendors include Meat on the Street, Happy Dough Lucky, James Steeno Gallery and LIT MKE, as well as newbies like Clover Milwaukee, Nate Vomhof Media Co. and Peanut Butter and Jelly Deli.

For the second year, American Family Insurance will sponsor the vendors fees for 10 entrepreneurs that offer ethnic diversity and gender parity. The 10 sponsored vendors are Baked Dream Creations, Blossom Candle, Chase My Creations, Dougie’s Delights, Harmony By Design, Outwoken Tea, Spicy Freza Apparel, T for Textile and Tostada by Maranta.

Here's the full lits of vendors (subject to change) for Wednesday, June 15:

Food and drink

  • Baked Dreams Creations LLC
  • BeBe’s Bistro
  • Bunny’s Bite
  • Colectivo Coffee
  • El poblanito
  • El Sazon Dominicano
  • Happy Dough Lucky
  • Happy Joy Candy Floss
  • Interval
  • Iron Gate BBQ Co.
  • Jive Turkey LLC
  • Liv a Little Ice Cream
  • Log Cabin Orchard LLC
  • Looney Lumpia
  • Lush Popcorn
  • Main Bar
  • Marco Pollo 
  • Mar’s Empanadas
  • Mazorca Corn
  • Meat on the Street
  • MIL-WOKE-EE Asian Street Food 
  • MKE Freezies & Shaved Ice 
  • MR GREENS 
  • Outwoken tea
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly Deli 
  • Pedro’s South American food 
  • Pete’s Pops 
  • Pig Tailz 
  • Rollin Smoke 
  • Satellite Bar 
  • Satellite Bar 
  • Scrimas Wood-Fired Pizza
  • Signature Sweets 
  • Siren Shrub Company LLC 
  • Streetza Pizza
  • Style Pop Cafe
  • T&N’s Eggroll House
  • Tostada by Maranta
  • Tots on the Street 
  • Tree-Ripe Fruit Co. 
  • Trouble Makers Cocina
  • Ultimate Confections
  • Wan’s Thai Cuisine 
  • Wisconsin Fried Cheese Curds 

Arts, organizations and more

  • 414 Milwaukee 
  • ALIVE MKE 
  • April Elizabeth Art 
  • Ayzha Fine Arts Gallery 
  • Bayside Garden Center 
  • Blossom Candle 
  • Blu Mountain Co. 
  • Chase My Creations 
  • Clay Creations by Kayla 
  • Dougie’s Delights 
  • Dragonfly Farm LLC 
  • Dumblebunny Crafts 
  • Dynamo 
  • Earth Delights
  • EDEN 
  • Emerald’s Fab Stuff
  • Farmers Candle Co. 
  • Girl of the 21st 
  • graced 
  • Harmony By Design 
  • Henna by Priti 
  • James Steeno Gallery LLC 
  • JohnEphoto.com 
  • Lit MKE LLC 
  • Lunamoth vintage 
  • Lupo Designs 
  • Makery Maven Co
  • Nourish Natural Products
  • Peach Beast LLC 
  • Raising Good Shop 
  • Regain Your Life CBD
  • Roll Train
  • Sam Hanson Doodle
  • Shred415 East Side 
  • Social X 
  • Spice Thyme Company 
  • Spicy Freza Apparel
  • T for Textile 
  • VIBEZ Creative Arts Space 
  • Yaner Bath and Beauty 
  • Yoko Ceramic 

Sponsors, info and more

  • 88.9 Radio Milwaukee 
  • American Family Insurance 
  • Events by Design 
  • GRAEF 
  • Gruber Law Offices 
  • Info Tent 
  • Milwaukee Hotel Collection 
  • Marquette University 
  • OnMilwaukee 
  • Red Bull 
  • Terrapin Beer Co. 
  • The Avenue 
  • The Hop 
  • True Skool Entertainment Tent 
  • US Cellular 
  • WISN12

For a map and more information, visit mkenightmarket.com.

 “Small businesses, especially diverse businesses, are the economic engine of our country and we want to support these bold entrepreneurs in a variety of ways, including amplifying their brands via storytelling and through social media channels. We’re proud to support these amazingly talented entrepreneurs," says Ranell Washington, American Family community and social impact advisor.


Molly Snyder started writing and publishing her work at the age 10, when her community newspaper printed her poem, "The Unicorn.” Since then, she's expanded beyond the subject of mythical creatures and written in many different mediums but, nearest and dearest to her heart, thousands of articles for OnMilwaukee.

Molly is a regular contributor to FOX6 News and numerous radio stations as well as the co-host of "Dandelions: A Podcast For Women.” She's received five Milwaukee Press Club Awards, served as the Pfister Narrator and is the Wisconsin State Fair’s Celebrity Cream Puff Eating Champion of 2019.