Hester Street Fair is a proud Official Partner of Stonewall 50/World Pride 2019, and to show our support for the LGBTQ community and World Pride, we have dedicated our fairgrounds to Queer-Owned businesses! Join us for the first ever WORLD PRIDE MARKET to shop, eat, dance, and be very entertained during the biggest Pride year ever!
Trinity Place Shelter is a long-term, transitional shelter for LGBTQ youth and young adults experiencing homelessness, the most vulnerable of homeless LGBTQ youth of which is about 90% of residents who identify as African American or Latinx and about 30% identify as transgender. TPS provides a safe place to sleep, eat, store belongings, gain access to transportation, laundry, social work services, individual/group case management as well as an opportunity to connect to LGBTQ-affirming health care, legal counsel, vocational services and financial assistance.
We ask that you donate new socks to TPS at their booth on June 29th. We will also be accepting a sliding scale of monetary donations if you do not wish to provide new sicks.
High Femme Vintage has her sewing machine and iron! Shop through her amazing collection of vintage and get onsite alterations to get the piece you love fit like a glove.
Bleakstagram is bringing back their epic game The Wheel of Trash! Try your luck and win something fun.
Martrimony, a beautiful and gifted empath who has joined our market to read you your tarot cards.
DoableGuys has made sure you walk away with a special Pride memento. Hang at the booth and get a quick in-person portrait.
Tyler Wallach Studio wants to draw on your stuff! Having a knack of doodling, let Tyle customize your things with his rainbow-colored oil pens! Customizations will be done between 11-2pm.
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Music & Entertainment
The one and only Alotta McGriddles is our MC for the day
Our fantastic DJ is HD
NY-based photographer Dylan Thomas will be there to make us all good look!
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What to Eat
Bibingka Mama the well-known Queen of all Queens is in the house! Get in line as she makes her delicious baked goods and some hot plates for all.
City League Coffee Roasters is with us as well to get you through this huge party-weekend.
MeMe’s Diner is a neighborhood restaurant in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, serving familiar food in a welcoming environment. Co-owners Bill Clark and Libby Willis opens their space regularly to host food and queer community events.
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Hatzumomo, Bleakstagram, Beba’s Kitchen, Jamjamsjam, MessQueen NY, GOOD WITCH, Adorn New York Inc., Wild Flower Sex, Prince Peacock, Come on Strong, SKNDLSS, BOY DIVISION, 1926, Bound Leather, Wicked Heathens, RuPaw’s Drag Race, Dora Marra Headdress NY, G2ther, Doable Guys, Tyler Wallach Studio, Potion CBD, City League Coffee Roasters, Felix and The Future, Tribeca Trinkets, Wing & Weft Gloves, Inc, Glitch Bitch, Preppy Trendy, Art Thievery, Sip Organics, Sweet Road Beverages, Dennis Moran, Dash of Pep, POPPED NYC, Bianca’s Design Shop, GAYPIN, Farradas Knits, Spear and Stone, Party Bus Bake Shop, GAG Threads, Werk Zine, High Femme Vintage, Senhnsucht Inc., Bibingka Mama, Bermuda SF, Charmed by Janice, Horti, MeMe’s Diner
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About Hester Street Fair
The Hester brand is known for its highly curated selection of NYC’s artisanal fashion, art, design, jewelry, crafts, music, and food vendors. By bringing together a high quality, a wide range of cutting edge entrepreneurs and under-the-radar brands, Hester creates buzzworthy artisanal experiences that are unique to New York City. Our vendor selections represent the unmatched diversity, unique talent, and abundant creative spirit that sets NYC apart. The Hester experience is about bringing the community together. Family friendly and open to all, yet stylish and exclusive enough to appeal to discerning foodies and in-the-know shoppers who come to check out the latest trends. Described by the New York Times as a “hyperlocal block party,” The Hester brand brings a connection to community and a vibe that is cool, cozy, and familiar.