TICKETS: Because of the unexpectedly large turnout on opening nights our first two years, we are selling limited $5 tickets to two Sneak Preview nights to minimize traffic, congestion, and the impact on the surrounding community. At least 20% of the ticket proceeds will go to the charities New York Immigration Coalition and City Harvest.
Tickets to Sneak Preview #2 available here.
The Queens Night Market (queensnightmarket.com) will be free and open to all starting on May 4th.
WHAT TO EXPECT THIS YEAR: Newer food entries this year include: Bashkir Farm Cheese Donuts; Norwegian Fårikål and Fiskegrot; Egyptian Hawawshi; Singaporean Mee Pok and Chai Tow Kway; Ukrainian Blintzes; Indian Masala Noodles and Phulka; Mexican Huaraches; Brazilian Pão de Queijo and Brigadeiros; Austrian Paprikahendl; Puerto Rican Pastelles and Rellenos de Papa; South African Voetkoek, Bunny Chow & Kota; Haitian Diri ak Djon Djon and Pikliz; Vietnamese Hu Tieu and Bun Rieu; Indonesian Ote Ote; Czech Langosh; Matzo Brei and Chopped Liver; and much more.
Returning food offerings include the always-popular Mauritian biryani, Trinidadian shark sandwiches, Chinese sugar painting, Burmese palatas, Indonesian kue pancong, Peruvian ceviche, Persian crispy rice, Malaysian “ramly” burgers, Portuguese pasteis de nata, Ukrainian borscht, Romanian-Hungarian chimney cakes, Puerto Rican jibaritos, Mexican al pastor tacos, Asian duck baos, Jamaican jerk chicken, Indian kachori and parantha, Filipino balut, diniguan, and lugaw, and southern fried chicken.
We still have a general $5 price cap on food, although a handful of vendors will be selling at $6.
Art/merchandise offerings include Pusheen sheen merchandise, vintage apparel, 3D puzzle boxes, soy candles, travel photography, croquet toys, K-pop swag, stationery, small batch soap, custom woodworks, henna, vintage brooches and ads, Mexican handcrafts, NYC-themed apparel, gourmet dog treats, and handmade jewelry.
We'll have games and activities for visitors. Beer & Wine is available for purchase, so bring your IDs if you're interested in adult beverages!
GETTING THERE: Due to extremely limited available parking, we encourage all visitors to leave their cars at home and commute, bike, or walk to the Night Market. We are located only four blocks from the 111th Street station on the 7-train.