Thursday, September 3, 2015

Night Market is tonight in Fairmount

Next up: West Oak Lane, on South Street, and in Chinatown.

Night Market is tonight in Fairmount

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A crowd lines up for a sampling of Mexican food. Several thousand turned out for the latest edition of the Night Market Philadelphia series put on by the Food Trust nonprofit. (Ed Hille / Staff Photographer)
A crowd lines up for a sampling of Mexican food. Several thousand turned out for the latest edition of the Night Market Philadelphia series put on by the Food Trust nonprofit. (Ed Hille / Staff Photographer)

Tonight (5/16), Fairmount will be the site of another Night Market, The Food Trust's periodic street festivals.

The weather should be spectacular along Fairmount Avenue from 19th to 23d Streets, where food vendors, music and art will be set up.

Click here for a handy PDF guide.

Next ones are:

Night Market West Oak Lane: June 20

Night Market South Street: August 15

Night Market Chinatown: in October

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