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Try Midnight Snacks from the East with 626 Night Market in LA

Try Midnight Snacks from the East with 626 Night Market in LA


Jun 09, 2017 Victoria Vogt

The 626 Night Market is one of America’s largest Asian food markets. This event has multiple event dates that you can attend this summer!

 Try Something Different for a Night Out

How about a delicious midnight snack from a different culture!? Do you ever just crave a midnight snack? Well this is the place to go to satisfy your craving. The Asian lively market will have over 150 Asian food vendors, spirits, live music, artists, films, and games. It sounds like a good time to me! Pick a Friday or Saturday night and come experience Asian culture and food at midnight with your friends. This is a perfect night out on a beautiful summer day. Don’t forget to come hungry and save your appetite for your midnight snack at one of Americas largest Asian food markets! 

Dates & Ticket Info

Events are held June, July, August, and labor day weekend of summer 2017. The events are on Fridays and Saturdays 4pm-1am and Sundays starting at 4pm-11pm. The 626 Night market is located at Santa Anita park. For more information on dates and hours please visit the event website, click here!

Tickets are available at the gate for purchase. They offer $3 Fridays and Sundays. Saturdays tickets are $5. Admission and vendors at the market are mostly cash only. Children ages six and under are free! Free parking will be available for all guests.

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