Indy Night Market will return from 6-10 p.m. Sept. 25 with food, live music and family-friendly activities. This is the second nighttime food festival to celebrate Indianapolis’ diverse food scene and culture.
The event will be in the open lot behind 2955 N. Meridian St. If it rains, it will be rescheduled for Oct. 2.
Indy Night Market is a partnership between Growing Places Indy and the Be Nimble Foundation. The event also gets support from New City Development Partners.
“We believe in Indy’s food culture, and this event provides an exceptional experience for visitors of all walks of life and backgrounds,” Isaac Bamgbose, president of New City Development Partners, said in a statement.
The last Indy Night Market featured more than 30 local vendors and drew more than 2,000 visitors. The market will also feature a pet-friendly Kids Corner with family-friendly activities and live entertainment.
The goal is to inspire Indianapolis residents to eat and shop locally by providing a unique food and culture experience that showcases the importance of making local, fresh food accessible.
“By partnering with Growing Placing Indy to create the Indy Night Market, we can also give diverse chefs, restaurateurs, and other entrepreneurs the platform to sell their products both online and in-person,” Kelli N. Jones, co-founder of Be Nimble Foundation, said in a press release.