The Union Square Holiday Market returns to New York for the season
One of New York’s best holiday markets returns in November after a year-long absence.
The Urbanspace Union Square Holiday Market, the European-style outdoor winter market with over 150 local and national vendors, returns on November 18.
The organizers say it will be even better this year.
“Not running our Union Square Holiday Market last year was devastating, but it makes this year even more special,” said President Eldon Scott. “When November arrives, it’s like a homecoming for us and for the salespeople. You can feel the excitement for the start of a festive holiday season! “
This year, expect to see Veselka, the Ukrainian New York favorite, the Breezy Hill Orchard Cider and the Piccolo Cafe, as well as fine arts and crafts, including the first eMCee Apparel seller who will showcase their own version. Jean-Michel Basquiat-inspired art with clothing that pays homage to hip-hop icons as well as returning supplier Dash of Pep, a boutique creating unique health-promoting clothing, accessories and stationery mentality, self-expression and empowerment.
Nick Heller (@NewYorkNico) will have his own booth that will feature Gizmo Vintage, Challah Dolly, Prince Peacock, Em and Ahr and Dan’s Parents House for one week each.