Street Mrkt – August 5, 2016
South FIRST FRIDAYS presents
STREET MRKT August 5th
7–11pm in the SoFA District
In addition to the monthly Art Walk is STREET MRKT on First Fridays of August, September & October. This nighttime urban faire features 40+ artists, creative vendors and music out on South First Street (between San Carlos and San Salvador) in the SoFA District. All art venues and the STREET MRKT are FREE & open to the public.
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE: 7:15pm, Bloco Do Sol (Brazilian drumming) at S. 1st Street & San Salvador intersection.
MUSIC: DJs Turbo Sonidero, Deltatron (Peru) and Chale Brown
STREET MRKT participating artists & indie creatives:
Almost Done Jewelry
American Temple by Nancy Guillen
Bad Sign Design
Bay Maples California Gardens
Bros Lunch Movie Factory
A Few Light Poems: Video Poetry in Public Spaces hosted by David Perez
Force 129 & Betty Proper
Galerie d’Art Cher pour les Porcs Riches by Michael Greco
Higher Fire Clayspace
Indica Has a Posse
Luna Park Chalk Art Festival
Out of Print Vintage
Rachel Riot Designs
Sea Senorita Studios
Slave Labor Graphics
South Bay Burners
TechShop SJ Artist in Residence
Underground Fashion Boutique
Valentino Loyola Productions
Works San José
plus Craft Brew Beer & Gourmet Food Trucks
plus Beer Garden sponsored by Lagunitas & Gourmet Food Trucks
STREET MRKT is free and open to the public.
STREET MRKT is a seasonal event taking place on the First Fridays of August, September and now October since the Summer of 2006.
In addition to wonderful restaurants and cafés in the district, an assortment of food trucks will be on site including:
STREET MRKT is produced by Two Fish Design and powered by local artists, musicians and indie-creatives.
THANK YOU! to our STREET MRKT partners and sponsors:
Lagunitas Brewing Co., City of San Jose’s Office of Cultural Affairs, San Jose Downtown Association, and Techshop. Supported in part by a Cultural Affairs Grant from the City of San Jose
Street Mrkt is a Bright Green San José event! The food scraps, compostable plates, cups and utensils are made into a rich natural fertilizer to reduce the amount of space taken up at landfills and to keep our soil healthy. Please check the sticker on the waste bins to make sure you’re putting items in the right bin. Thank you for contributing to a Bright Green San José.