Night market debuts Thursday
Okanagan Edge Staff - May 28, 2024 - Biz Releases

Photo: Downtown Kelowna Association

Downtown businesses, artisans, crafters, local food producers, mobile food vendors and community-based entertainers will be on hand when Downtown Kelowna Association launches its night market this Thursday.

The new, weekly event will begin at 4 p.m. on Thursday in Kerry Park with comments from Kelowna Mayor Tom Dyas and a ribbon cutting. Several buskers and a live DJ will be on stage in the park to set the mood.

The DKA Night Market will be held on Thursdays from this week (May 30) through Aug. 29, with the exception of June 27 and Aug. 1, for a total of 12 occasions. There will be 30 vendors at this week’s event, and there is room for as many as 50.

“A key component of the evolving programming strategy for the Meet Me on Bernard program, the Night Market aims to invigorate the late afternoon and evening in Downtown Kelowna by providing a fun and inclusive environment while supporting Downtown Kelowna businesses,” the DKA said in a press release.

Artisans, crafters, and local food producers can apply to be a part of the market here.


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