A new night market filled to the brim with eclectic and exciting street food traders is coming to Manchester this summer.

Just in time for the warmer (fingers crossed) evenings, some of the city’s most-loved indie traders will take over Little David Street in the Kampus neighbourhood from Thu 9 Jun.

Visitors can expect delicious bites from Just Natas; purveyors of the traditional Portuguese tarts, Osaka Local who’ll be dishing up sublime Japanese street food, and Bon St Local, renowned for their Afro Brit hot eats among loads of others.

Visitors will also be able to browse and buy work from local print artists and indulge in creations from the Witch Kings Rum cocktail bar, all set to live music.

The new series follows the already-successful collab between Kampus and Ancoats Pop-Up. The limited run of summer night markets will continue on Thu 14 Jul, Thu 11 Au and Thu 15 Sep.

Alice Longson, of Ancoats Pop-Up, said:

“This is our first ever night market and we’re chuffed to be bringing something new to Manchester’s thriving independent scene. The Kampus garden is a hidden oasis, it’ll be the perfect place to spend a really chilled evening sampling some of the city’s best street food indies and supporting artisan makers. Our monthly weekend markets have proved a hit at Kampus and this is a lovely, limited run for the summer to showcase our city’s best creatives on the, hopefully warm, summer nights.”

Thu 9 Jun - Thu 15 Sep, Kampus,
Aytoun St, Manchester M1 3GL
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Tue 24 May 2022