TICKETS: Because of the unexpectedly large turnout on opening night our first few years, we are selling limited $5 tickets to sneak preview nights on April 16th and April 23rd in order to minimize traffic, congestion, and the impact on the surrounding community. We are pledging at least 20% of net ticket proceeds to charity - please do reach out with charity suggestions!
If any tickets remain unsold, they will be $8 at the door.
~ We'll be free to attend and open to all starting May 7th ~
WHAT TO EXPECT THIS YEAR:
This season will include Afghan mantu and chapli kababs, Indonesian kue pancong and ote ote, Portuguese pastéis de nata, Filipino balut, dinuguan, and lugaw, Romanian kürtőskalács, Mexican huaraches, Indian tandoori BBQ, Haitian diri ak djon djon, Burmese palatas and tea leaf salad, Cambodian fish amok, Colombian arepas, Tibetan momos and tsel bhakleb, Korean doenjang-jjigae & jjajangmyeon, Taiwanese popcorn chicken, Singaporean chai tow kueh and mee pok, Persian crispy rice, Peruvian ceviche, Sichuan ice jelly, Hong Kongese soy sauce noodles and rice noodle rolls, Venezuelan cachapas, Salvadoran pupusas, Puerto Rican papas rellenos, Bengali fuska, Antiguan black pudding & ducana, Venezuelan cachapas, Brazilian chicken stroganoff, feijoada, and esfihas, Belizean panades and garnaches, Greek grilled octopus and yiouvetsi, Japanese ramen and takoyaki, Ukrainian borscht and pirozhki, Hakka meatballs, and many more to come
We still have a general $5 price cap on food, although some vendors will be selling at $6.
Art/merchandise offerings include vintage apparel, hand-poured candles, skateboards, travel photography, crochet toys, stationery, small batch soap, henna, vintage brooches and ads, custom woodworks, NYC-themed apparel, gourmet dog treats, superhero art, calligraphy, and handmade jewelry.
April 16th performances will include DJ Shinobi Shaw, MMTrio, Dr. Zsa Zsa, Laughing Boy.
April 23rd performances will include DJ Poon, Viva, Jason Green & the Labor of Love, and Radio Jarocho.
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 in the area, we encourage all visitors to leave their cars at home and commute, bike, or walk to the Queens Night Market. We are located only four blocks from the 111th Street station on the 7-train. We do not control any parking lots, and we've just been informed that the parking lot will start charging a $15 parking fee this year. Sorry, completely out of our control... but all the more reason to walk, bike, or take public transit to see us!