Join us for a classic Hester Street Fair market as we celebrate our 10th year! Located at the historical Seward Park, the same spot where the very first push cart market was born. Known for being the starting point of many businesses, we’re continuing on the legacy and supporting the best in NYC. Come down and hang with us to find a wide range of vendors from neon art, home decor, to specialized beauty products and fashion. Enjoy great food and great music on top of it all. Our vendors change weekly so you'll never know what to expect.
Join us for a classic Hester Street Fair market as we celebrate our 10th year! Located at the historic Seward Park, the same spot where the very first push cart market was born. Known for being the starting point of many businesses, we’re continuing on the legacy and supporting the best in NYC. Come down and hang with us to find a wide range of vendors from neon art, home decor, to specialized beauty products and fashion. Enjoy great food and great music on top of it all. Our vendors change weekly so you’ll never know what to expect.
Maker’s Circle is coming through with a special workshop on paper marbling! During this workshop, participants are introduced to the meditative practice of Suminagashi, one of the oldest forms of paper marbling ever referenced, consisting of printing patterns on paper by first floating colors on the surface of water.
Ellie Sachs – filmmaker and artist, is bringing our fair her annua Dating Advice Booth! Ellie used to moonlight as a matchmaker’s apprentice…. and now loves to give dating advice. Her Dating Advice booth is free — all donations go to Raices Texas.
Music Provided By
It’s a girl party!! Along with a return from Lil Blankiee and HD, please give a warm welcome to DJ Cachorra and Tech.Girl who are coming all the way out from Mexico! We’re having a dance party like never before.
What To Eat
718 Heat Factory is part of our MadeinNYC booth! 718 Heat Factory is a nutrient-based hot sauce company started by two New Yorkers representing Brooklyn and the Bronx. They produce flavor and robust sauces using a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
Arrngment provides items you need not just want. Items that you’ll keep for many years and become your personal favorite.
A Succulent’s Muse came as an idea of attractive aesthetics & healthy plants that Michelle My wanted to share with the world. With a pop of texture and interesting succers, her business is growing and thriving exactly like her plants.
Diamanté Vintage curates handpicked gems from the 1960s-Y2K. Sassy, sparkling, sustainable fashion for your shopping pleasure!
Ezra + Sweetie Pie combines a love of photography with a passion for color and pattern in jewelry. With handcrafted beads and pendants using wood as a base for photos, Megan Frost searched for details that tell a story about a place, and then celebrate this place in her jewelry.
Full Vendor Lineup
A Succulent’s Muse, Aarre Shop, Apricity, Arrngment, Beba’s Kitchen, Bleakstagram, Bussdown Vintage, City League Coffee Roasters, Coin Art Jewelry, Diamanté Vintage, EAG Jewelry, Ellie Sachs’ Dating Advice, Ezra & Sweetie Pie, Hatzumomo, Ishipress, Jewelry by Dianne Rose, Lisa our Village Psychic, Made With Love by Mary, Made in NYC – 718 Heat Factory, Maxpack, Popped NYC, Potion CBD, Pricklee, Rosey’s Jamaican, Savory 2 Sweets, Sea of People, Sofia Ramsay Studio, Soft Skills, Spear and Stone, The Pop Up Shop, Ubushobozi Women’s Cooperative, Zoe + Elle NYC, yXEN