21 Reasons You’ll Want to Shop the GOOD Night Market on July 19
Join us on July 19th from 5:30-10:30pm for the Peninsula debut of Movies in the Meadow! This is no ordinary movie under the stars. Guests will enjoy a night market filled with local artisans, live music, games and prizes, the Bay Area’s best food trucks, plus Karaoke for a Cause! Don your best 80’s garb and “Get into the Groove”. We’ll treat you to a Treatbot ice cream when you sing your favorite 80’s song, plus we’ll treat the parks to a donation. Wear your sunglasses at night, pull up those leg warmers, glow in neon, crimp and tease your hair and don’t forget the headband. Join the Facebook Event for weekly updates and WIN prizes, and be sure to RSVP here for a FREE Jones Soda or Hint Water during the show.
We can think of 21 great reasons why you’ll want to shop the GOOD Night Market:
It’s FREE and fun, plus pet-friendly. This is a great way to meet the makers and support local Bay Area artisans like The Usuals, a local boutique with an eclectic mix of casual clothing, unique gifts, and a playful arsenal of local goods!
Das Bus, the Bay Area’s only mobile Volkswagen photobooth will be on hand to capture the evening full of 80’s fun, so shop in all your neon glory with your friends.
We love it when you ride. Get the summer glow you’ve been seeking from Revolights: The “World’s Best” lighting system for bicycle wheels, according to Men’s Journal. Unlike traditional headlights, Revolights throw a uniquely even and wide vertical swath of light, illuminating not only the ground but road signs and elevated obstacles as well.
Lucky Dog! Bring your four-legged pals along for a fitting! Shop for hand-crafted, stylish reversible dog bandanas made from new and recycled materials.
Don’t forget the kitties. We haven’t. Check out these fun hand-sewn miniature cat toys from sardines to skulls stuffed with organic catnip by Miso Handmade.
Remember the 80’s when we used to do more than type on a keyboard? Discover the art of letterpress and practice your penmanship with Austin Press, a 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Nominee located in San Francisco’s Pier 70.
Throw back to your favorite decade and get rockin’ with DJ Consuelo AKA Kevin Manning. We’ll have music, trivia, 80’s style karaoke and more!
If DJ Consuelo AKA Kevin Manning doesn’t have you jamming, Jake’s Castro Kitchen will most definitely do the trick. 3 words: Bacon Balsamic Bourbon. Drool. Using only the freshest local produce to create a truly delicious offering of jams like Jalapeno Raspberry.
Be inspired by true artisans with the team at Workshop Residence. The Workshop Residence engages the worlds of craft, art, and design by pairing visiting artists and designers with local fabricators to create beautiful, useful and affordable objects. Don’t miss the collaborative art project created with our local parks in mind! Hand-crafted, beautiful, useful and affordable art, objects, clothing and blankets.
Ever dream of seeing your name in lights? Of course you have. Amy Perrier makes dreams come true. Amy creates beautiful vintage inspired lights made out of paper mache. Light up your night at Bernal Burrow’s Pop Up shop. Beautiful, vintage inspired handmade marquee letters with lights, made of paper mache.
Forget your blanket? No worries! Steal the show and lounge on the lawn with a Liz Clark design.
Nipomo offers collection of simple, functional goods, inspired by traditional methods of making. From blankets with handmade leather straps to easy fold up lunch sacs.
You’ve found the perfect home. It’s time to adorn your walls. Jane Phillips showcases a beautiful collection of mixed media collages. This Bay Area native worked in the interior design & apparel industries; she sold high quality textiles and wallpaper to interior designers as well as developed and produced lots of cool products before pursuing her own work again in 2013.
Find your original and showcase your style or send a friend a Mad-Lib card with WhistleSF. A fun and eclectic mix of international housewares, gifts and accessories.
Express yourself with Corda Designs. Working out of her studio set amongst the Redwoods in Northern California, Kelli Ronci draws on the organic forms and tones that surround her, combining modern and vintage elements to create and design accessories that range from the delicate and elegant to the bold and colorful. High-end handmade line of fiber-based necklaces and home accessories.
The Other Brother Company was started by brothers Evan and Ben, both grew up on the family orchard learning the business. After college and careers with Nike and Google they decided to go back to the essence of their family history and started the Other Brother Co. A collection of artisan olive oils and spices sourced from local, sustainable organic farmers.
Thanks! Congrats! I adore you. You just found your new favorite floral service. Bloom That offers simple flowers, right away. Bouquets designed around what’s fresh and in-season, and delivered in under 90 minutes upon ordering.
Find your new favorite kid-friendly workshop in EcoMonster. Founded in 2008 EcoMonster was designed to reach modern parents who want to provide their kids with interactive green crafts. Items are upcycled and encourage creativity, confidence and problem solving skills.Terrariums and repurposed handcrafts along with a DIY workshop focusing on interactive green crafts.
Grab a bag and get your shop on! Don’t miss these upcycled, eco-chic bags. Every time you purchase a Basmati Bag, you’re making a donation to Bay Area non-profits, plus 100% of the fabric content in our products comes from reclaimed sources.
Add a bit of heroism to your home. Oxgut Hose Co. creates exclusive designs with a heroic past, retired firehoses take on the shape of indoor/outdoor furniture and accessories!
Showcase your favorite scent, try some Blossom Body Butter by Miztera. Hand-crafted lotion, body scrubs and lip balm. Soul therapy, and simply wholesome.
Express Yourself! Proudly express your personal freedom in threads. Butch Basix is LGBTQI clothing and accessories that help move forward a movement of expanded choices and personal freedom.
Strike a pose at the Night Market or under the stars! You could WIN.
As we develop community, we want to see how you live or play at Bay Meadows. Share your fun lifestyle photos with our community by using #baymeadowslife in our Fame x Frame Photo Contest. You could WIN $50 or our Grand Prize of $500 at the end of 2014 and be featured in a live pop-up photo gallery exhibit. Click here for official rules. Each month, Bay Meadows will select one photo to WIN a $50 gift card at Whole Foods Market San Mateo. Simply hop on instagram or twitter at tag us using #baymeadowslife or submit up to 10 photos per month to photos@BayMeadows.com .