2019 Vendor Sign Ups Now Open
Got an idea for the next crazy food trend? Are your tees or plushies so dang cute that everyone and their grandma should have one? We're looking for a diverse range of food, arts and crafts vendors for our hottest season yet!
Since we began our events in 2012, we supported both local businesses and entrepreneurs who are just starting out. Many of our vendors start out as a booth at our events and eventually open their own restaurant, food truck or retail store! Others who already own businesses use our events to meet new potential customers and gain marketing exposure or test out new business concepts and products.
A few success stories include our vendor Takoyaki Tanota, who makes the savory ball-shaped Japanese street snack fresh at our events and whose popularity garnered them some of the longest lines. They opened a physical location last year in Little Tokyo, which we reviewed here.
Honeybelle started as a home-based business selling soap bars made with natural ingredients on their social media and online shop. As a vendor at our events, they were able to meet new customers and test new products, eventually expanding their skincare line to face, lip and body products. Today, their products are in 1000+ stores across the world.
A 626 Night Market team member reached out to Pascual Productions after seeing some of their art on Etsy. They became a regular vendor at our Art Walk, gaining fans of their anime and video games-inspired watercolor prints. You are bound to run into them now at many anime and comic conventions across the U.S.
Our vendors make our events. 626 Night Market is your platform, your sounding board and your family. The entire 626 Night Market team is here for you if you need suggestions for your new concept, marketing tips or a food taster 😉.
What are you waiting for? Join the Night Market Fam today and sign up here.