Downtown Sundown Market Debuts Tonight — Here's the List of Vendors

Tonight Phoenix Public Market in downtown Phoenix will host its first Downtown Sundown farmers market from 5 to 9 p.m. The new mid-week market (which replaces the Wednesday night event that ended in May) will feature more than 25 vendors, a handful of local food trucks, and live music from The Haymarket Squares.  

Here's the list of participating vendors for the Thursday, September 24 event: 

Absolutely Delightful Honey
Community Exchange Table
Chile Acres
International Rescue Committee Farmers

Packaged Foods
Arizona Cheese
Carefree Spice
DD's Delights
Doctor Hummus
Los Muertos Salsa
Poppa Maize
Proof Bakery
The Proper Beast
Salted Serenity Sweets 

Prepared Foods
Lulu's Sorbetto
Main Squeeze Lemonade
Mario's Fry Bread
Mi Catering
Phoenix Public Market Paella
Raimondos Gluten Free Italian
Voodoo Dogs

Food Trucks
Burgers Amore
Momma Toledos
Two Fat Guys

Artisans, Beauty & Healthcare
Another Hunny Goddess
Redemption Market
Simple Blossom Skincare
Use Your Scents

Downtown Phoenix Ambassadors

As Market Manager Sarah Matlin explained back in August, the decision to move the market to Thursday nights came about due to a lack of attendance on Wednesday nights.

“We’re trying to get our downtown vibe closer to the weekend," Matlin said in August. "We just think Thursday’s energy is a little different.”

Downtown Sundown will also focus more on prepared foods, live entertainment, and providing beer and cocktails — the idea is to make the event as much about gathering the community as it is about getting your groceries. Organizers plan to offer entertainment such as music, film screenings, and performing arts groups. The market will run every Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m.

For more information check the Downtown Sundown website or Phoenix Public Market Facebook
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