Dekalb Market Says Bye Bye On Sunday, 9/30

Dekalb Market, which was booted by development at its Downtown Brooklyn locale, will host a farewell party on Sunday, September 30, from 3-9 p.m. Among the features: an authentic Pig Roast hosted by modern Filipino food vendor Maharlika ($30 a plate), ping pong courtesy of party sponsor PUMA, and a bouncy castle for kids.

Throughout the afternoon and evening, live performances from Brooklyn-based artists will rock the public space, including psychedelic indie-pop band Monogold; funky indie-rocker Sinkane; vibrant dance-rock band Dinowalrus; and DJ sets by Thomas Millarney III and Jacob Gossett (collectively known as Beacon). There will also be raffle giveaways and specials/discounts from various food and retail shops.

The event takes place at Dekalb Market at 138 Willoughby Street and Flatbush Avenue. More info is here.

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  • bhres

    i’m super sad about this. dekalb market rocks! i hope they can reopen close by, and soon!

  • Andrew Porter

    I’ll be at the Atlantic Antic, where the food is considerably cheaper!