Chinatown’s first ever Ye Shi Night Market

Food trucks and more than 50 vendors will be out and about for Ye Shi Night Market, the first-ever event of its kind in Chinatown. The event also features live performances from the Philadelphia Suns Lion Dance group, the Philly China Breezy Band, DJ Ronnie D, Southbound A Cappella and more. Oh, and you can buy alcohol too.

Where: Chinatown at 10th Street from Arch to Vine; Race Street between 9th and 11th

When: October 8, 2015 from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

How much: Pay-as-you-go


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