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Queens International Night Market

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The Queens International Night Market is a family-friendly open-air night market in Queens, featuring up to 100 independent vendors selling merchandise art and street food, and cultural performances and entertainment, all celebrating the rich cultural diversity and heritage of NYC and Queens.

Try specialties such as Thai roasted crickets, Salvadoran pupusas, Trinidadian shark sandwiches, Pakistani nihari and haleem, Brazilian coxinha, Burmese palatas, Romanian chimney cakes, and Persian crispy rice, Indonesian kue pancong, Malaysian fish head curry and satay celup; Puerto Rican jibaritos, Mexican tacos al pastor, Russian dumplings, Hawaiian musubi, jerk chicken, and crab boils.

Shop Mexican handcrafts, NYC-themed apparel, curated novelty gifts, map illustration art, handmade jewelry, small-batch soap, modern art, and more.

See live performances every night, including rock bands, samba bands, jazz bands, Afro-Brazilian percussion groups, Balinese gamelan, capoeira, street juggling, acro gymnastics, Bollywood dancers, and much more.

$5 Tickets** to SNEAK PREVIEW nights available here:
April 21st: http://queensnightmarket.ticketleap.com/2018-preview-1
April 28th: http://queensnightmarket.ticketleap.com/2018-preview-2 
**20% of the ticket proceeds will go to charity (to be announced).

The event is free and open to the public on Saturday evenings (6pm to midnight) from May 5th through August 18th and from September 29th to October 27th.

Interested vendors and performers may email: info@queensnightmarket.com

How to get there:
Queens International Night Market

Subway:
7 subway Line 111 St

Bus:
Q48 to 111th Street and Roosevelt Avenue.

Participant singers on stage at Queens Nightmarket

Participant singers on stage at Queens Nightmarket

Participant singers on stage at Queens Nightmarket

Participant singers on stage at Queens Nightmarket
Photos by Sharon Medina-Chavez and Charles Sturges New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens

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