720 Bryant Ave
The North Limestone Cultural Development Corporation (NoLi CDC) will be holding it's first 'Night Market' on August 16th, from 7pm to midnight, on Bryan Avenue between Limestone and Loudon Ave. The event is free and open to the public. There will be live music, food, makers and a movie. The Lineup will feature Devine Carama, Wind Sync and other local music acts from 710 followed by the film 'Koyaanisqatsi' presented by the Lexington Film League from 1012.
The Night Market will feature booths by local makers and creatives with a huge selection of art and handmade goods. Food by Bradford BBQ, delicious ice cream by Crank & Boom, and beer by neighborhood brewery West Sixth will be on hand for the enjoyment of the eager crowds of Lexington.
The Night Market is a collaborative community popup event inspired by the concept of temporary urbanization. This process involves changing the dynamics of a specific space to further engage the community, and foster relationships between local creatives and the public.
Specifically the Night Market will transform a cut through road designed for cars into a public park designed for people. The event was created by NoLi CDC, WRFL, The Chamber Music Festival of Lexington, the Lexington Film League & Kentucky for Kentucky.
NoLi CDC is a nonprofit organization that works to ensure long term vibrancy in the North Limestone neighborhood by creating programming and development that aids in making it a creative, sustainable, and affordable place to live.