Night Market Philadelphia Is Back!

Night Market 2014 in Olde City

Night Market 2014 in Olde City – Photo by Tug Haines for The Food Trust

‘Philadelphia’s Favorite Street Food Festival!’

Night Market Philadelphia is one of the city’s premier street food festivals. It has grown into more than just a few food festivals a year. Each Night Market Festival spotlights a different Philly neighborhood, showcasing excellent food from local restaurants and Philly’s finest food trucks.

These events also include live music, the vibrant arts, and culture scene. It’s basically become a food party that will take place four times a year. A chance to explore different neighborhoods, foods, music and people all at once.

The original Night Market took place in East Passyunk in 2010 and the idea was inspired by Asia’s lively outdoor markets. Since its inception, the Night Market festivals have attracted well over 100,000 attendees and 300 food vendors to neighborhoods across the city, including University City, Northern Liberties, Washington Avenue, Mt. Airy and Chinatown while attracting local and national attention to Philadelphia’s food scene.

All of this year’s Night Markets will be from 6 pm to 10 pm.

Night Market Burholme ~ May 11, 2017

The first 2017 Night Market Festival will take place in the Burholme neighborhood (Cottman & Rising Sun Avenues\also known as 5 Points) on May 11 from 6 to 10 pm. Enjoy the many Philly food trucks, live music, restaurants, shops and more!

With landmarks like the Ryerss Museum & Library and Trinity Church Oxford, plus a thriving neighborhood with a vibrant and diverse community, Burholme is truly a hidden gem in the Great Northeast. Enjoy Northeast locals such as: Dump N Roll, Grubaholics and Fat Jack’s BBQNight Market newbies: Mr. Bubbles Seafood Truck, El , Moon Dawg Sundaes and Dr. Wutzit’s Wonderballs.
Listen to music by The Living Sample and Move Makers Philly.
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Night Market Spruce Hill ~ July 1, 2017

Join everyone, Saturday, July 1 at 40th & Walnut for a special Independence Day Weekend edition of Philly’s favorite street food festival, brought to you by The Food Trust and Wawa Welcome America. The party starts at 6 pm and continues to 10 pm.

Night Market Roxborough ~ August 10, 2017

Night Market Festival will take place in the Roxborough neighborhood (Ridge Ave. & Green Lane) on August 10 from 6 to 10 pm. Enjoy the many Philly food trucks, live music, restaurants, shops and more! Live music from Korey Riker, Fabian Akilles and DJ Casper.

Night Market Italian Market ~ October 5, 2017

The last Night Market of 2017 ends at the Italian Market. Stay tuned for more details.

The Market Night Philadelphia Festivals just gets better and better. Would you expect anything less from the City of Brotherly Love!

Night Markets for 2017 Season

Location

  • Night Market Burholme: May 11 – From 6 pm to 10 pm – Cottman & Rising Sun Avenues ~ Night Market Burholme ~
  • Night Market Spruce Hill: July 1 - From 6 pm to 10 pm - ~ Night Market Spruce Hill ~
  • Night Market Roxborough: August 10 - 6 pm to 10 pm - Night Market Roxborough ~
  • Night Market Italian Market: October 5 – from 6 pm to 10 pm ~ Night Market Italian Market ~

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Photo courtesy of Tug Haines for The Food Trust

Jeff Belonger

Jeff Belonger has been in the mortgage industry for 19+ years and now wants to do something different. With his experience of blogging and social media, Jeff wants to share all of what Philadelphia has to offer, so he created MyPhillyAlive.com. At MyPhillyAlive, we want to share the excitement that the City of Philadelphia resonates. Sharing the passion within, from the people of Philadelphia. At MyPhillyAlive, we’ll be talking about Philadelphia restaurants, fun bars, the city night life, the history of Philadelphia, Philly attractions & events, the arts, sports, and much more. We want people to add their experiences regarding Philadelphia, even if they are from out of town, which can be done on our Facebook fan page as well. www.facebook.com/MyPhillyAlive At the end of the day, we want to be different from the many Philadelphia sites. We want our site to be easy to navigate, while at the same time, we want you to not only find the hot spots, the best things to do in Philadelphia; but those hidden gems within the city. Thanks...

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