Honolulu Night Market moves to its new space
Night Kids On The Block
Baby lambs. Budding tulips. Spring cleaning (cue ominous music).
Spring is all about new beginnings. But the thought of confronting that mess monster in your closet literally makes you want to crawl under the bed (if it weren't just as jam-packed, that is).
Luckily, we've got just the motivation to get your cluttered compound cleared—this month's Honolulu Night Market. It's the first at the event's brand-spanking new digs, a tidy, specially outfitted warehouse space on Cooke Street complete with outdoor space to roam as well.
Do over your wardrobe with dandy duds and snag some sparkling baubles to freshen up your place. There will be lots of items from first-time vendors, such as OmBottom's comfy, wanna-live-in-them yoga bottoms, Firn Collective's sustainable hemp clothing from and Woolley Brothers Hawaii's artsy graphic tees and hats. But don't worry, it's not all "out with the old and in with the new." Some of your favorite familiar faces will be there too, including Jana Lam, Basique Threads, and Florencia Arias.
Between stocking up on new pieces, check out acoustic soul vibes from Yoza and a fashion show featuring Issa de Mar's Escape Collection and jewelry by BYCHARI, Melinda-Y-Butler and Nicole Kay Designs. And once you've done a clean sweep of the style section, make a tidy finish with always popular Life Is Sweet macarons, refreshing Ono Pops or Pig and the Lady pho. With the free Kaka'ako wi-fi, you'll even be able to Instagram and tweet how fresh-and-so-spring the whole event is, without getting backed up.
Sounds neat, right?
Honolulu Night Market takes place Saturday, April 19, 6 to 11 p.m at 449 Cooke St. Fashion show at 8 p.m., free parking available at 555 South St. For a full list of participating vendors, visit honolulunightmarket.com.