2017 NEWaukee Night Market

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Wisconsin Avenue between 2nd and 4th Streets Register Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinFacebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedin
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NEWaukee’s Night Market is a collision of all Milwaukee has to offer. The Night Market is a free, open-air market that offers a wide variety of experiences for people of all backgrounds and ages. The Night Market features a mash up of art, craft and food vendors, live art creation, local music and a beer garden with a goal to create a free, vibrant, safe and interactive place in downtown Milwaukee for people to experience culture at night. By visiting the Night Market you not only contribute to the local economy, but you are part of the solution to a revitalization of West Wisconsin Ave!

The market is held on Wisconsin Ave between 2nd and 4th streets from 5-10pm one Wednesday a month from June through September:
– June 14
– July 12
– August 16
– September 13

Vendor applications are now closed for the 2017 season – check back next year!

Check out some highlights from 2014, 2015, and 2016!

 

September Vendor Lineup

Food – Produce
Bebe’s Bistro
Belair Cantina
Brass Alley
Capital Grille
Chillwaukee
Chocolates by Delanda
Clock Shadow Creamery
Fatty Patty
Fuel Cafe
Golden Eggrolls
Happy Dough Lucky
Iron Grate BBQ
Juice Kitchen
Marco Pollo
Meat on the Street
Mil – Wok – Ee
Milwaukee ChopHouse & Miller Time Pub and Grill
Mr. Dye’s Pies
Pedro’s south American food
Pick ‘N Save
Pop’s Kettle Corn
Scrima”s Wood Fried Pizza
Sushi GO
Urban Kettle
Wisconsin Fried Cheese Curds™

Art – Craft – Home Goods – Consumables
HaloVino
Capital Grille
Artery Ink
MKE Bucks
Lit MKE
Sweet Space Studio
Michael Imes Pottery
Cassaday
Stinky Goblin Emporium/Terrestrial TaroT
Dan Atkinson Works
Kettle Range Meat Co.
Cream City Caramels & Confections
NEWaukee Info Tent
Teens Grow Greens
Our Daily Salt
Orange Pops
MilRAWkee Alt x Mad Propz 3d x Sticker Lady
mockingbird MKE
DIYA: Globally Inspired Scarves/Shawls
Jenna Parker Art
Bay View Printing Co
Urbal Tea
ECE Candles
sarah badera
Townsville Art
Delan Designs
Rep Wisconsin Apparel and Gifts
Boston Store
Uncle Ned’s Antiques
wink jewelry collection
Draeger Designs LLC
Goldilocks & Bear Candle Co.
GHOST OWL STUDIO
Progress Label clothing
Hunter Bell: Artist and Illustrator
LW Creative Design
Better Business Bureau
Gujja Ting African Art
A Happy Thought Indeed / K & C Studios
Creative Designs by Carrie
MarchOfTheBlackSheep
Too Much Metal
Kohler
Milwaukee County Historical Society
Gothic Milwaukee- Walking Milwaukee
CIVAL Collective
Henna By Priti
Artists Working in Education
Cracked Designs
Tippecanoe Herbs
Copperhead Metallurgy
Dono Sews
Picturesque Photography
Wiki Woolz & Wares
Barefoot Fox Designs
The Vintage Glass Garden
MagNutty Mighty Mini Magnets
BiYu
CLEA- Jewelry With Imagination
MarchOfTheBlackSheep
Milwaukee Blacksmith
Gruber Law Offices
V100.7
Ayzha Fine Arts
Environmental Collaboration Office
Visit MKE
Together with CCHP
Historic Milwaukee Inc
Milwaukee Riverkeeper
88Nine Radio Milwaukee
Menomonee Valley Partners
OnMilwaukee
Milwaukee Area Technical College
GRAEF
WCD
Findorff
Charlie Bax, LLC
Britt Musial
ETE REMAN
Containers UP

 


August Vendor Lineup

Food – Produce
Meat on the Street
SushiGo!
Pedro’s south American food
Funky Fresh Spring Rolls
Capital Grille
Urbal Tea
Pete’s Pops
Pick ‘N Save
The Juice Kitchen
Tippecanoe Herbs
Belair Cantina
Kettle Range Meat Co.
Brass Alley
BeBe’s Bistro
The Denson’s Catering
Marco Pollo Food Truck
Honeypie Cafe
Fuel Cafe
Mr. Dye’s Pies
Streetza Pizza
The Fatty Patty
Chocolates by Delanda
Booster Bites
T Best Kettle Corn
The Naked Baker
Happy Dough Lucky
Braise Restaurant

Art – Craft – Home Goods – Consumables
SizzleBerry Soaps LLC
Milwaukee Bucks
The Podge Lodge
Alonzo Artistry
EverBern
Stephan Dean
Pot UP
Ryan Mikrut
LW Creative Design
Milwaukee Fashion Week, LLC
Barefoot Fox Designs
CIVAL Collective
Rep Wisconsin Apparel and Gifts
Heal♡Her Altar
Absolute Zero Artisan Creamery
Southern Quarters
Pheasant Run
NEWaukee Info Tent
Brew City Botanicals
At Peace Design
Cream City Soap Company
MKE United
Pop Art Pets
The Lovin Oven Pet Bakery
Stinky Goblin Emporium/Terrestrial TaroT
Dan Atkinson Works
Urban Beeworx
Little Gypsy Finery
Orange Pops
Artery Ink
Soul Spin – Spin Art MKE
Boston Store
Perennial Soaps
James Steeno Gallery
mockingbird MKE
Ogsplosh Accessories
Diana Davis Art Jewelry
Draeger Designs LLC
Maggies Raggies
Arthur’s Plaid Pants
Shepats Designs/ LORDE Apparel
GHOST OWL STUDIO
Progress Label clothing
Milwaukee ChopHouse & Miller Time Pub and Grill
LOCAL ¢HANGE
wink jewelry collection
Too Much Metal
Kohler
HaloVino
MilRAWkee Alt x Mad Propz 3d x Sticker Lady
Frank & Bella
Team Nerd Press
Mosaics by Manda
Brew City Brand
DEN Soy Candle Company
Henna By Priti
Townsville Art
Tasha Rae Jewelry
Earth Delights
Adorae Artworks
Eva Vernae – Author
Blue-Collar Works
bijoux
Milwaukee Blacksmith
V100.7
Ayzha Fine Arts
Visit MKE
Environmental Collaboration Office
Together with CCHP
Gruber Law Offices
OnMilwaukee
Historic Milwaukee Inc
Milwaukee Riverkeeper
88Nine Radio Milwaukee
Menomonee Valley Partners
MCTS
Bus Rapid Transit
MATC
GRAEF
Artists Working in Education
Bay View Printing Co
Distinctive Designs by Tomira
Wisconsin Center District
Bittercube
Findorff
ETE REMAN
Kahler Slater


July Vendor Lineup

Food – Produce
Belair Cantina
Braise Restaurant/Braise on the Go/Braise Culinary School /Braise RSA
Capital Grille
Carrie’s Crispies
Clock Shadow Creamery
Concoctions
Cream City Caramels & Confections
Dongers: A Wisconsin Thing
Fuel Cafe
Happy Dough Lucky
Kettle Range Meat Co.
Marco Pollo Food Truck
Meat on the Street
Nippersink Creek Honey Co.
Pedro’s South American food
Pete’s Pops
Pick ‘N Save
Pops Kettle Corn
Sabrosa Cafe & Gallery
Scrima’s Wood Fried Pizza
Stuffed Pierogi Truck
The Juice Kitchen
Timbers BBQ Food Truck – Double B’s BBQ
Tree-Ripe Citrus Co
Tres Flores Funnel Cake
Urban Kettle
Vegan Potato Salads

Art – Craft – Home Goods – Consumables
88Nine Radio Milwaukee
A Happy Thought Indeed / K & C Studios
Adorae Artworks
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
Alonzo Artistry
Artery Ink
Arthur’s Plaid Pants
Artists Working in Education
Ayzha Fine Arts
belabela & Bali Malas
Big White Yeti, LLC
bijoux
Bittercube
BiYu
Boston Store
Brew City Brand
Bus Rapid Transit
Cassaday
Cheata Bikes
CLEA- Jewelry With Imagination
Containers UP
Dan Atkinson Works
Dragon Scale Dreams Ltd.
ECE Candles
Environmental Collaboration Office
ETE REMAN
Findorff
Frank & Bella
Goldilocks & Bear Candle Co.
GRAEF
Growing Power-Lorganix
Gruber Law Offices
HaloVino
Historic Milwaukee Inc
Infinite Warrior, Inc
Kahler Slater
Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
Kohler
LOCAL ¢HANGE
LW Creative Design
MarchOfTheBlackSheep
MATC
Menomonee Valley Partners
MilRAWkee Alt x Mad Propz 3d x Sticker Lady
Milwaukee Blacksmith
Milwaukee Bucks
Milwaukee Riverkeeper
Mosaics by Manda
NEWaukee Info Tent
NIFFICH
Ogsplosh Accessories
OnMilwaukee
Orange Pops
Orchard Street Apparel
Our Daily Salt
Paul Nosa
Peppy Puppy Cookie Company
Perennial Soaps
Pop Art Pets
Pot UP
Rainbow Trout
Restoration Reconsidered
Sew Yoo
Shepats Designs/ LORDE Apparel
Soul Spin – Spin Art MKE
Southern Quarters
Steenhagen Studios
Stinky Goblin Emporium/Terrestrial TaroT
Tasha Rae Jewelry
Teens Grow Greens
The Naked Baker LLC
The Wild Words: Design Prints, Ski Map Prints
Tippecanoe Herbs
Together with CCHP
Too Much Metal
V100.7
Visit Milwaukee
Wander & Co.
Wisconsin Center District
Wiskullsin


June Vendor Lineup

Food – Produce
A Taste of Love Catering
Belair Cantina
Dan-O’s Donuts
Fuel Cafe 5th Street & Fuel Cafe Center St.
Honeypie Cafe
Iron Grate BBQ Co.
Meat on the Street
Mil-Wok-ee
Mushroom Mike LLC
Nippersink Creek Honey Co.
Pete’s Pops
Pick ‘N Save
Pig Tailz
Press. Waffles
Raw Destine Foodstuffs & Foodie Largesse
T Best Kettle Corn
Tangled – Noodles & More
Tasty Cafe LLC
Tudo Sabor Brasil
Wisconsin Fried Cheese Curds™

Art – Craft – Home Goods – Consumables
88Nine Radio Milwaukee
A Happy Thought Indeed / K & C Studios
Alonzo Artistry
American Bocce Co
Artery Ink
Artists Working in Education
At Peace Design
Ayzha Fine Arts
belabela & Bali Malas
Better Business Bureau
Blue-Collar Works
Boston Store
Brew City Botanicals
Bus Rapid Transit
Carrie’s Crispies
Together with CCHP
Chillwaukee
CIVAL Collective
Containers Up
Copperhead Metallurgy
Cracked Designs
Cream City Soap Company
Dan Atkinson Works
Delan Designs
Diana Davis Art Jewelry
DIYA: Globally Inspired Scarves/Shawls
Dragon Scale Dreams Ltd.
Earth Delights
ECE Candles
Environmental Collaboration Office
ETE REMAN
FaithAnnOriginals
Findorff
Gothic Milwaukee- Walking Milwaukee
GRAEF
Growing Power-Lorganix
Gruber Law Offices
handmade MKE
Henna By Priti
Historic Milwaukee Inc
Hunter Bell: Artist and Illustrator
James Steeno Gallery
Jenna Parker Art
Kahler Slater
Kohler
Lit MKE
Little Gypsy Finery
MagNutty Mighty Mini Magnets
Menomonee Valley Partners
Michael Imes Pottery
MilRAWkee Alt x Mad Propz 3d x Sticker Lady
Milwaukee Blacksmith
Milwaukee Bucks
Milwaukee Riverkeeper
NIFFICH
OnMilwaukee
Orchard Street Apparel
Our Daily Salt
Paper Pleasers
Peppy Puppy Cookie Company
Picturesque Photography
Random Bits Jewelry
Rep Wisconsin Apparel and Gifts
Restoration Reconsidered
Salvaged Studio
sarah badera
Sew Yoo
SizzleBerry Soaps LLC
Soul Spin – Spin Art MKE
Steenhagen Studios
Summerfest
Sweet Space Studio
Team Nerd Press
The Busy Bee
The Juice Kitchen
The Vintage Glass Garden
Tippecanoe Herbs
Too Much Metal
Townsville Art
Tree-Ripe Citrus Co
V100.7
Visit MKE
Wisconsin Center District
Wiskullsin

Performances and Activities:

TRUE Skool DJ Lineup Coming soon!

7PM – Little Lake Stompers
The LLS is a 7 piece Traditional but versatile jazz band comprised of Milwaukee Symphony musicians and some of the areas top jazz musicians.

Milwaukee Flyers Tumbling Team
The Milwaukee Flyers Tumbling Team is a non-profit 501c3 organization that was established in 2005 by group of Milwaukee men, whose main purpose is to provide a positive outlet for the youth, which include mentoring and recreational entertainment activities, while strengthening life skills such as self-discipline, personal responsibility, and integrity.

Dr. Magic & Don Vort 
Sleight of Hand Magic & Comedy
Providing magical entertainment throughout the evening

Other Activities:
Live blacksmithing by Milwaukee Blacksmith
S’mores roasting in the GRAEF Lounge
Boston Store Sidewalk Sale
Life size chess and checkers with Zilber
Giant jenga and giveaways from Together with CCHP
UWM Panther Arena mascots and games
Find your next favorite musician with 88Nine Radio Milwaukee
V100.7 Prize wheel
Pop-A-Shot with Milwaukee Bucks

Media

What’s Your Good News – NEWaukee Night Market
103.7 KISSFM – June 15, 2017

12 PHOTOS FROM THE FIRST NEWAUKEE NIGHT MARKET OF 2017
Milwaukee Magazine – June 15, 2017

2017 NEWaukee Night Market
Urban Milwaukee – June 15, 2017

NEWaukee’s Night Market is back
Radio 620 WTMJ – June 14, 2017

Night Market, June 14
OnMilwaukee.com – June 12, 2017

What’s New at the NEWaukee Night Market?
88Nine Radio Milwaukee – June 14, 2016

NEWaukee’s Night Market Returns in June

Today’s TMJ4 – March 3, 2016

NEWaukee Announces 2016 Night Market Dates
OnMilwaukee.com – March 2, 2016

The NEWaukee Night Market
The Morning Blend – July 15, 2015

Night Market Opening Night
Urban Milwaukee – June 21, 2015

Shutting down Wisconsin Avenue as thousands pack Night Market: Slideshow
Milwaukee Business Journal – June 18, 2015

NEWaukee’s Night Market connects summer programs along West Wisconsin Avenue
Fox6now.com – June 17, 2015

Area organizations ramp up summer activity in Westown
Biztimes – May 21, 2015

NEWaukee Night Market at 4th & Wisconsin
jsonline.com

How to Fix Wisconsin Avenue’s Black Hole
Urban Milwaukee – May 18, 2015

Night Market Brightens Vacant Downtown Lot
88Nine Radio Milwaukee – July 21st, 2014

Opening Night of NEWaukee’s Night Market
Urban Milwaukee – July 17th, 2014

Night Market Opens Wednesday in Downtown Milwaukee
WUWM – July 16, 2014

Newaukee to Introduce Summer Night Markets to Downtown Lot
BizTimes – May 15, 2014

Bigger, more frequent summer events planned around West Wisconsin and Shops of Grand Avenue
Milwaukee Business Journal – May 18, 2015

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

                                                        

 

                                   

 

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Quick Facts————————————————–
Date: Wednesday, September 13th
Location: On Wisconsin Avenue, between N 4th + N 2nd, extending onto Wisconsin Ave
Load in: 3-4pm
Vend: 5 – 10pm
Load Out: Immediately following the market.

Please continue reading for more detailed information.

Rules of the Fair:

1. Location: The location of the NEWaukee Night Market is on Wisconsin Avenue between N 4th and N 2nd Street and will extend onto Old World Third. These streets will be shut down for the event, so please consider this when you arrive to set up.
2. Load in is from 3PM – 4PM on Wednesday, September 13th. The market opens at 5 and ends at 10PM. There will be no late load ins! You will lose your vendor spot if you are late to load in. All booths must be completely set up by 5PM. Please do not load in early. We will be ready for you at 3PM.
3. You will not be able to drive directly up to your booth location. Yes, I realize the market is on a street! Because of the number of vendors and the thousands of dollars in infrastructure we need in place to make the market happen, driving on the street is a huge liability. Please do not drive into the market. We suggest bringing a cart or an extra set of helping hands to make set up easier.
4. You will find both your booth number and a map attached to this email. Please take note of your booth number and where it is located. Please feel free to park legally wherever you would like for load in. When you are finished loading in, please feel free to park on the street or in the lot we provide for you (see parking info below).
5. Booth Location: Please take a look at the map- Each booth location is indicated and your booth assignment is noted below. The actual booths will be marked on the ground in chalk for you to find them. Booth parameters are not marked. Please set your tent up directly over the booth number. You should orientate your booth so you will be selling towards the center of the street.
6. Parking: If you were a vendor last year, you can park in the same location. If you weren’t a vendor last year here is how you find parking: There is a parking lot on Wisconsin Ave between 4th and 5th Street. You will be able to park on the WEST side of the parking lot, the side of the lot that is closest to 5th Street. You will be able to enter the parking lot from 5th Street, next to the Hilton. Parking is at a first come, first serve basis. (Please see map attached – available parking is highlighted with a yellow box) The EAST side of the parking lot is not available for free vendor parking and you will be ticketed. FYI.
Parking Badge: Attached in your vendor email is a parking badge that you will need to print out and put on your dash so the parking attendants know that you’re a vendor and can park in the lot for free. If you don’t have the badge, we cannot promise that you won’t get a ticket. If you are parked on the correct half of the lot, have the badge on your dash, and still get a ticket for some reason, please email rita@newaukee.com a photo of the ticket showing the reference number so she can send it to the parking company to get it waived. If you are not going to be the on-site person for your booth, please forward this along to whoever will be on-site and parking in the lot.
7. Power: Each booth will have access to power feeding off a generator. Please bring extension cords and a power strip for your personal use. Only lights can be run off the generator. If there is a situation where you will need more power, please respond to this email so I can coordinate that! Extra power will not be accommodated unless requested before the market.
8. WIND & Tent Weights: Downtown is windy! It’s true! Come prepared with weights for your tent. Please secure each leg of your tent with 25lb weights or heavier. If your tent is not properly secured, you will be asked to remove it. Tents may no longer be attached to other tents to secure them. Every vendor must bring weights, no exceptions. If your tent has a removable cover, consider removing the cover if the weather is clear. The tent frame can be used as a place to hook lights and without the cover there will be no sail for the wind to catch. Please consider not using a tent if the wind is especially strong. Please think of your booth set up when considering the wind. (Bring paper weights!)
9. Bathrooms: There will be a collection of outdoor bathrooms on the northwest corner of Wisconsin and 3rd.
10. You must furnish your own change, tables, chairs, display materials, signs, etc. Tents will not be provided, so please bring your own or be prepared to vend without one.
11. There is no arriving late & no leaving early. In consideration for other vendors and patrons, please do not break down your booth until 10:00PM. If there is a situation where you sell out of goods, you can place a sign and leave your booth, but you can’t load out until everyone loads out.
12. The fee for the space is non-refundable: In an effort to promote the longevity of this event it is imperative NEWaukee creates a financial pattern to cover the costs of running the market. The primary income base is dependent upon vendor and sponsor fees. We want to make sure the market can be sustained for years to come.
13. Weather: In the event of forecasted inclement weather, the market will be cancelled to protect participants and their businesses. In the event of a cancellation due to inclement weather, vendor fees will be retained by NEWaukee for the sole means of covering costs of the market that are unrecoverable to the organization. NEWaukee also reserves the right to end the market at any time due to inclement weather if conditions become unsafe for vendors or attendees. We appreciate your understanding in advance.
14. If you sell something that requires a permit, it is your responsibility to obtain that permit.
15. Each vendor is responsible for any insurance coverage for the protection of the vendor.
16. Each vendor is liable for any damages.
17. The vendor assumes responsibility to pay all federal, state and local taxes, duties or assessments that may be levied or imposed on the vendor’s operation, services, transaction, revenue and property.
18. In consideration for entry as a vendor, the vendor does hereby, release, remiss, forever discharge and agree to hold harmless Clever Sauce Creative, NEWaukee, Cortney Heimerl and all members of, from any and all manner of action, causes of action, suits, charges, claims, demands and liabilities of whatever kind of nature to include death, personal injury and/or property damage whether due to accident or negligence which arise during the course of this event and further covenants not file a claim for such death, personal injury or property damage.

Additional Vendor Information:
1. Each booth space measures 10×10 ft.
2. Trash receptacles for vendors will not be provided so please bring your own and collect your trash at the end of the market.