Stroll down Commonwealth Avenue in the heart of Plaza Midwood, surrounded by artists, makers, and charlotte's favorite creative businesses. This quarterly street market brings together Charlotteans and the creatives who make the neighborhood the cultural center that it is. After shopping, grab a beer or a sandwich at one of the many establishments along the street or shop with the small businesses permanently residing in PM.
Midwood Market is a open air street market that happens quarterly each year.
Yes, this event is free to attend.
Alcohol is not allowed at the street festival, but you can stop off at one of the many establishments along the street if you'd like a drink including: Legion Brewery, The Diamond Restaurant, Peculiar Rabbit, Soul Gastrolounge, Roasting Company, and Coaltrane's (to name just a few!)
We suggest parking along the streets of the neighborhood, which are free. There are also available parking lots along Pecan Avenue, which may be paid lots.
Dogs are allowed, but make sure to leave Scruffy home if it's a hot day.
These events happen quarterly four Sundays a year and generally happen 12-5p (but this is subject to change).
This market supports small businesses, makers, and artists.
Booth spaces are $50 for a 10x10 space.
We do not currently have a need for food trucks because there are so many great food options along Commonwealth Avenue.
Midwood Market provides the overall event and the foot traffic. All vendors must provide their own setup, including the required tent and any tables or chairs you may need. We do not provide wifi. In a broader sense, we have the right to choose which vendors are marketed via our social media channels, but you will be included on the Facebook event page. You'll also have priority registration in any educational events we host.
Applications go out one time via email for each date. Applications generally go out two months in advance of the market date.
We generally have an average of 15 businesses on our waiting list for each market. We do not notify the waiting list if they don't get moved. We only let those know who are moved from the waiting list to the accepted list.
The first vendors accepted are the ones that best fit the people who attend. We look for vendors that target the Plaza Midwood resident who are affordable and creative.
Vendors are required to do what they need to to legally sell in the state of North Carolina. Please visit www.nc.gov for more information.
Yes, we require our our vendors to accept credit cards.
We do not provide wifi at this time and electricity is available upon request on a very select basis.