The Milwaukee Night Market is back for its fourth and final event of the season this Wednesday, Sept. 21.
The free, outdoor event takes place from 5 to 10 p.m. on West Wisconsin Avenue between 2nd Street and Vel R. Phillips Avenue. More than 100 local vendors will participate in the fun. The diverse lineup features artists, restaurateurs, farmers, crafters and makers of all sorts.
“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 that diversity of our city,” said Stacie Callies, Executive Director of Westown Association.
Plus, American Family Insurance returns for the second year, sponsoring the vendors fees for 10 entrepreneurs with ethnic diversity and gender parity at each of the four Markets.
Wanna do a little research before the Market so you don’t miss any gems? Here’s a list of 10 vendors – in no particular order – that we think you’ll love:
- Happy Dough Lucky - Mini donuts with pizazz.
- Chase My Creations - Mother / daughter business with quality items rooted in change and justice.
- Meat on the Street - We had you at meat, right?
- James Steeno Gallery - Legendary Milwaukee artist and illustrator who creates digital art, watercolors and pen-and-ink.
- LIT MKE - Soy / coconut wax candles poured into recycled beer cans and booze bottles.
- Lush Gourmet Popcorn – Delicious, flavored popcorn from a Black-owned popcorn vendor.
- Bebe's Bistro – Woman-owned food truck with great hotdogs and burgers.
- Outwoken Tea - Local tea company "saving the world one cup at a time."
- The Ladle Lady – Fresh, healthy and delicious soups.
- Tostada by Maranta - Authentically made tostadas and other Mexican foods.
For the full list of vendors for the 2022 season, go here.
OnMilwaukee is a proud sponsor of the Night Market along with community partners GRAEF, Gruber Law Offices, Terrapin Beer, Jameson Irish Whiskey, The Avenue, 3rd St. Market Hall, We Energies Foundation and others.
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