Friday, May 27, 2016
Unique shopping, food and music can be found at the Milk District Market
By Jessica Bryce Young
on Fri, May 27, 2016 at 7:39 AM
1-7 p.m. Sunday, May 29 | The Milk District Pavilion, 2432 E. Robinson St. | free
"Another market? Whatever," you might be thinking. After all, how many unique, beautiful, locally handmade and vintage items can a person buy in one lifetime? The thing about this market, though, is that it's in the Milk District. So that means it's almost guaranteed to be a fun day out, whether you indulge in retail therapy or not – because if there's one thing they do right in the Milk District, it's throw a party. Whether they're calling it a "Man Cave Pre-Father's Day Event" or "Freaktoberfest Halloween," you can count on decent bands, tasty food-truck eats, and cute puppies and kids running around underfoot. At this party, er, market, presented by Etoile Boutique and Spacebar, you can expect Pasty Cline headlining a six-band schedule; food from La Empanada, Wandering Wonton and other trucks; zines and an art installation by Adam Lavigne and Anna Cruz at the Milk Bar; and all the sweet bikes you can gawk at, courtesy of sponsor Standard Motorcycle Co. See? Not just another market.
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