Come indulge your senses in the twilight hour, visit the Little Mekong Night Market this summer!
When: July 26; August 16; September 6; and September 21, during Saint Paul Open Streets.
Time: 5-10 PM (Hours for September 21 will be announced)
Where: 400 block of University Ave near Mai Village Restaurant (394 University Ave W, St Paul, MN 55103) at the intersection of University Ave and Western Ave.
How to get there: take the Green Line to the Western Station.
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STAGE PERFORMANCES AND ARTWAVE ACTIVITIES
August 16, 2014
|5:00 PM||Elysian (DJ)|
|5:30 PM||Hmong Cultural Center Qeej Troupe|
|6:00 PM||Iny Asian Dance|
|6:30 PM|| Fresh Traditions Fashion Showcase
|7:00 PM||Isabell Thao|
|7:30 PM||Hong De Kung Fu – Dragon Dancers|
|8:00 PM||Cody Lee|
|8:30 PM||Akiko Ostlund|
|9:00 PM||The Next Generation Drumline|
|9:15 PM||Qhia Dab Neeg Film Festival (mini screening)|
|6:00 PM||Women’s Drum Center - booth #46|
|7:30-9:30 PM||The Moonlight Duo - booth #46|
|5:00-10:00 PM||SPARKIT featuring Little Mekong Playlist|
|5:00-10:00 PM||Xibaba Brazilian and World Jazz – booth #13|
Additional ArtWave activities include the StoryMobile, SPARKIT Trailer, kite and fan making activities, and our Little Mekong Night Market Photobooth.
ABOUT THE 2014 LITTLE MEKONG NIGHT MARKET
A visit to the night market is an unforgettable experience of new sights, sounds and flavors. If you have been to night markets in Asia, you know these open air street markets provide an amazing carnival experience for all your senses. A trip to the night market is an adventure.
We will have food vendors, farmers, handicrafts, music, exhibits, cultural performances, and kids activities. Our mission is to support local small businesses and provide a venue for family fun and excitement.
This is our first year, so our night market won’t come close to Asian night markets, but your participation can help make it a success. You will also be supporting local small businesses like RedGreen Rivers and Fierce Ferments.
Thanks to these funders and sponsors of Little Mekong and the Night Market:
The Saint Paul Foundation; The McKnight Foundation; the Bigelow Foundation; Twin Cities LISC; the Central Central Funders Collaborative; Springboard for the Arts; the Mardag Foundation; City of Saint Paul Cultural STAR; Sunrise Banks; Eureka! Recycling; and Mtec Electric, Inc.