Chinatown Night Market Fair
from July 31, 20010 - October 9, 2010
6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m
After a three year absence, the Chinatown Night Market Fair returns. A taste of Hong Kong returns to San Francisco Chinatown
as the annual Chinatown Night Market Fair starts a two month run.
Square in transformed from a park into a marketplace of bargains,
entertainment, and arts. The similarity to Hong Kong is uncanny. On some
occasions there is so many people, you can barely move. The Chinatown
Night Market Fair is giving a much needed boost to the ailing Chinatown
The Chinatown Night Market Fair was created with the help of the Mayor's Office after 1989 earthquake. Due to the earthquake, the Embarcadero Freeway was demolished in 1991. The loss of the freeway caused visitors to the Chinatown area to dwindle even further. To revitalize Chinatown, the Night Market Fair was created. From the looks of it, it is succeeding very well.
Locals and tourist are dropping by this San Francisco attraction. With lots of Chinese CDs, VCDs, DVDs, and plenty of bargains, this is one event you don't want to miss out on. The Chinatown Night Market Fair will be put on every Saturday from July until October from 6pm to 11pm. From week to week, you will see a new aspect of Chinese culture, including lion dancing, martial arts, chinese operas, karaoke singers, and musical performances using traditional Chinese instruments. Young and old alike can come out and enjoy this family atmosphere. With almost 100 booths, there is bound to be something you will enjoy.
For 2010, the Chinatown Night Market Fair is tentatively scheduled to start in July 31 and run through October 9. To get updated on the fair, please join the newsletter. If you can't make it to the Chinatown Night Market Fair, you can check out our online store.
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