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Black Culture Market

Black Culture Market

Pedddle does not have any future dates listed for this eventBrixton, SW9 8FR

Exploring common threads between Brixton and Harlem, celebrating the vibrancy of African Caribbean Culture and Jamaican Independence, Black Culture Market offers a diverse, quality shopping and cultural experience in the heart of London.

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Taking place over two days in the heart of Brixton, Black Culture Market offers a diverse, quality shopping and cultural experience celebrating producers of the African and Caribbean community.

Join us for an inspiring showcase of carefully selected black businesses at Black Culture Market.

This is an indoor, face to face event that supports emerging entrepreneurs and new black businesses of African and Caribbean descent, with opportunities to sell their products. We achieve this by curating and hosting exclusive events in a variety of iconic venues across London and beyond.

Our next event is taking place over two days in the heart of Brixton, offering a diverse, quality shopping and cultural experience celebrating producers of the African and Caribbean community. If you're looking for gifts, cards, unique prints, jewellery, male grooming kits, skincare, clothes or other original accessories, come on down! This market truly embodies the community's spirit as well as supporting black businesses.

This event is part of the Brixton x Harlem festival. A first-of-its-kind, joining of two important Business Improvement Districts (BID) between two radical communities with a long and rich history of being the epicentres for a convergence of diversity, informed by a high percentage of its population being of African descent, representing various parts of the diaspora, living and working within the BID’s borders.

Various businesses in Brixton are working on a week of events and talks. Local restaurants and bars will are experimenting with speciality cocktails and dishes for Harlem-inspired menus, so you’re sure to have a great time!

Details

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Address
The Department Store, 248 Ferndale Road, Brixton, London
SW9 8FR
Date
Quarterly
Time
-
Next Markets
No future dates
Organiser
Black Culture Market
Social
Website
blackculturemarket.co.uk
Tickets
blackculturemarket.co.uk
Accessibility
Step free access to venue.

Contact Black Culture Market

Our stallholders at previous markets