After its annual winter hiatus, the weekly Levenshulme Market is back with a bang – with its first night market of the year to mark its 6th birthday as a community-run social enterprise market.
As it’s such a special occasion, organisers have invited along vocal vixen and DJ Veba along to get everyone on the market dancefloor!
Veba has a rich heritage in the music scene of Manchester, having provided her incredible talents for artists including Groove Armada and Grand Central/ Rae & Christian. She’ll be playing some hand-picked beauties from her impressive record collection to get everyone moving on the car park dance floor.
The Friday night markets, which are always hugely popular, are also the place to find delicious street food. The full stall list is available on www.levymarket.com but highlights include Chiit Chaat, Geordie Seoul, Fontana Food (from the people behind Cibus Pizza), Manzoku, The Ottomen, Nyama Choma, Mio Pizza and Wrapscallion.
The market also champions traders from the local area, so you’ll also find plenty of stalls run by enterprising Levenshulme residents at the night market and throughout the year.
Along with the resident Market Bar serving up craft beer, ale, wine and more, there will also be a special pop up gin and prosecco cocktail bar Bubbles & Chic, trading out of a converted horsebox.
Market Manager Christine Felton said: “We’re incredibly excited and proud to be celebrating our 6th year of operation, Levenshulme is thriving at the moment and we love being a part of it. Our first night market of the year is the ideal chance to let our hair down, have a boogie and enjoy some delicious street food! We’re lucky to have some of the best street food stalls in Manchester, along with brilliant handmade and artisan stalls if you fancy doing some Friday night shopping.”
The full line-up for each market is published on www.levymarket.com and the Market’s Facebook page each week. Watch this space for more news about Levenshulme Market’s thrilling plans for 2019 as the CIC celebrates 6 successful years as a non-profit organisation run for the benefit of thriving Levenshulme.