So, this is happening!  I am so excited to be a part of this brand new thing for the Atlanta area.  New only to Atlanta, night markets are a thing in other parts of the United States as well as in Asia and Europe.  I’ll let AINM say more about themselves below, taken from their website.  In the meantime, I hope you’ll consider coming out to see what’s what.  Tickets are just $5 per person (12 and under free) per day, or you can get a $10 three-day pass online.

Atlanta International Night Market

Friday, April 21, 5pm-midnight

Saturday, April 22, 5pm-midnight

Sunday, April 23, 2pm-9pm

Gwinnett Place Mall

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Posted by Atlanta International Night Market on Sunday, April 9, 2017

“CONCEPT: Traditional to outdoor markets popular throughout Asia and Europe, the Night Market is a colossal social event where food, retail, and community vendors offer a cornucopia of fresh, local street foods, arts & crafts, and other culturally-relevant fares. In partnership with a large number of international & local communities and organizations, the Atlanta International Night Market was born in order to give performers, chefs, artists, makers, non-profit organizations and local businesses a platform from which to showcase their remarkable talents, skills, and craftsmanship. With more than 75 nationalities represented in Metro Atlanta coming together at the AINM, this event showcases one of the greatest international communities in the world making this a truly historic world-class event!
MISSION: The mission of the AINM is to provide a place where people from all nations can enrich their lives through experience with food, performances, games and the visual arts to nourish and delight the mind and spirit while celebrating diversity and community.”