SAUCED is returning for their Spring Night Market this month. Doors open May 13th and 14th, with business hours starting at 5 PM and extending to 10 PM, the market-with-a-twist will feature over 40 local vendors.
The pop-up is set to take over House of Vans, which is a music, art, and skateboarding venue in the city. There will even be a live painting exhibition, which they first introduced in 2019, but presumably shut down due to the past few years’ events.
Expect the best– which will include dozens of Chicago’s finest food, artists, and retail vendors, along with a live showcase from artists Natalie Clare and Diosa as they paint a 16-foot mutual on stage! There will also be a DJ, so expect some dancing to occur.
The two-night event plans to include plenty of eating, drinking, and shopping for all those in attendance. Featured vendors include: Tamest Rebel, Her & Ziba, CandleTit, Chicago Queer Creations, No Wrong Answers, Tiger Moth Goods, Welcome 2 The Jungle, Alue Design, SORRY Studio, and more. Food vendors include: Zeitlin’s Deli, Bau Bao Treats, Paulie Gee’s, Bon Bon Bon, and Hardbitten as well as cocktail samples from Deep Eddy Vodka and Astral Tequila.
Taking place on a Friday and Saturday in May, the underground market is the place to find the best local businesses, Chicago talent, emerging chefs, and more.
Address: 113 N Elizabeth St, Chicago, IL 60607
[Featured photo from Sauced Market]