The New niteMKT Brings Immersive Art, Live Music and More Than 30 Vendors to Woodburn Brewing

As the name suggests, the event will be held at night and will include artful projection mapping, local music and vendors offering everything from vintage clothes to craft soy sauce.

click to enlarge Woodburn Brewing - Photo: facebook.com/WoodburnBrewing
Photo: facebook.com/WoodburnBrewing
Woodburn Brewing

A new pop-up market concept is taking over Woodburn Brewing this Saturday, offering immersive art, live music and more than 30 vendors.

The niteMKT, from founders Rome Ntukogu (of Far-i-Rome Creative) and artist Anh Tran, aims to "highlight the possibilities of connecting to a community, building into it and creating space for others to find their way of contributing," reads a release from Ntukogu.

As the name suggests, the event will be held at night — from 8-11 p.m. Oct. 23 — and will include projection mapping and interactive art from locals Lizzy Duquette and Greg D'Amico, as well as live music from Wonky Tonk and Xzela.

While immersed in this curated vibe, shoppers will be able to peruse goods from more than 30 vendors, all with a craft beer in hand.

Highlighted vendors include Cin Soy, io_Assembly, Sidney Cherie Studio, Polly Wilson Art, Zezii, Legit Vintage, Wandering Closet Ohio, Conscious Seed, & Sundries, Kate Tepe + Linnea Gartin, Pull Club and more.

Admission is free. Woodburn Brewing is located at 2800 Woodburn Ave., East Walnut Hills. 

For more info, visit nitemkt.shop


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