Seattle’s Largest Night Market Returns To The City Next Month

Jennifer Moreno Jennifer Moreno

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Get ready to shop local and enjoy one of the largest marketplaces in Seattle!

Hyper-Local. Globally-Inspired. Community Positive.

Explore over 25,000 square feet at this incredible indoor market next month. Magnuson Hangar 30 is hosting this Night Market series on October 16th, and you can’t miss it!

This one-of-a-kind market is family-owned and operated to support local businesses in Seattle. The monthly Seattle Night Market hosts a flea and vintage market where you can find amazing articles and vintage dealers with the best selections in town; you can also enjoy the Makers Market, the Music and Beer Garden, and the amazing Food Trucks and special Pop-Ups.

This market belongs to a huge family of marketplaces that aims to provide an accessible and affordable marketplace for anyone who wants to sell their goods and try their ideas.

Northwest Marketplaces has been leading the way in celebrating Seattle’s vibrant street markets since 1990. The creators handpick the vendor list and bring you the perfect selection of goodies to help you find the perfect gift for you or a loved one.

You can find this event monthly or you can also visit one of the other markets in the family:

  • Fremont Sunday Market | Sundays 10 am – 4 pm

  • SLU Saturday Market | Saturdays 11 am -4 pm

  • Seattle Night Market | Monthly


  • Seattle Street Food Festival | July 2022

  • Winter Solstice Holiday Market | December 18th -19th

If you decide to visit, we recommend getting your tickets ASAP for only $10. Keep in mind that due to COVID-19 this event is limited to 21+ only. Please, visit their website for more updates.

Don’t let the unpredictable Seattle weather stop you; visit this incredible indoor market, and enjoy strolling around the unique shops and vendors!


Full Moon Night Market

  • Friday, October 15th from 4 pm to 11 pm
  • Saturday, October 16th from 3 pm to 10 pm

New Moon Night Market

  • Friday, November 5th from 4 pm to 11 pm
  • Saturday, November 6th from 3 pm to 10 pm

Where: 7400 Sand Point Way Northeast, Seattle, WA, 98115

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