Bazaar After Dark
Bazaar After Dark is dedicated to revitalizing and drawing positive attention to underutilized and under appreciated business districts in the Fox Cities, while fostering community collaborations through art, music, and common experiences.
In many locations, this event partners with Habitat for Humanity's ‘Rock the Block’ neighborhood build programs serving as a celebration point for their hard working volunteers.
We’re a welcoming and inclusive, family-friendly street market that transforms a once familiar community from dusk into darkness; a weird and wonderful temporary marketplace that will make you smile (and maybe dance) under the dim glow of Edison bulbs. Whether you seek fresh food, live art, fire breathers, live muralist, local businesses, live music, Wisconsin makers, or just a casual place to grab a beer with your dog, we’ve got you covered.
2019 Dates & Locations
Saturday, May 11: Downtown Brillion
Wednesday, July 31: Downtown Little Chute
Fall 2019 Location TBD
Because our event continually moves locations and each iteration has its own unique set of challenges, the details/specifics of set-up, take down and general logistics go out to vendors in the week prior to the event. Learn more here
Vendor applications are now closed for the upcoming Little Chute Bazaar After Dark event. Please stay tuned for further details on the vendor application process for the third and final night market event of 2019. If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact Tonya Boelter, Senior Director of Community Engagement at (920) 734-7101 or email@example.com.
This is not your mother’s volunteer event! Bazaar After Dark is a street fair, dipped in darkness and sprinkled with twinkling lights.
Volunteer your time to this community event by helping our vendors set-up, encouraging our attendees have the night of their lives, and helping keep the street clean and safe as we shut. it. down. You’ll be rewarded with a couple of free beverages (adult or otherwise) and your very own Bazaar After Dark t-shirt.
For more information contact Tonya Boelter firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 920-734-7101.