• 626 Night Market Returns to Santa Anita Park on July 18 & 19


    ARCADIA – 626 Night Market, the original and largest Asian themed night market in the US, returns to its flagship location at Santa Anita Park this July 18 & 19. Event hours are 4pm-1am on Friday & Saturday. Admission is $3 and parking is free. Children 6 and under are free.

    The event will feature over 200 food, merchandise, crafts, arts, games, music, and entertainment attractions. 626 Night Market will continue to be a platform for showcasing local food entrepreneurs, businesses, artists, musicians, dancers, and filmmakers.

    The following are the special events and highlights happening over the weekend at 626 Night Market in July:

    Special Event: The Fashion Show @ 8:30PM on Saturday, July 19th at the main stage. Afterwards, there will be a fashion meet & greet at the Sirona’s Sports Bar at 10PM.

    Friday Headliner: Alternative hip hop artist DANakaDAN will be performing @ 9:30PM alongside singer-songwriter Priska on Friday, July 18th.

    Saturday Headliner: JAZMIN Sisters will be performing @ 10PM on Saturday, July 19th. The JAZMIN Sisters are four Chinese American sisters who are known for their R&B/Pop single “You” on POWER106 and as finalists on TV shows MTV Top Pop Group and America’s Got Talent.

    Featured Artist: Super Emo Friends by JSalvador will be at the Art Walk on Saturday, July 19th.

    The World’s Largest Boba Cup, Bobasaurus Rex, will return for one last time at 626 Night Market. More information about the giant boba cup’s future will be revealed at our event.

    Download the 626 Night Market iPhone App for mobile access to our map, vendor directory, entertainment line up, and featured specials at the night market. The 626 Night Market team has also compiled this helpful post on Tips and Tricks for a Smooth Time at 626 Night Market.

    View the full line-up for entertainment & attractions at 626 Night Market:

     

     

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