B and B Bazaar – December 12th

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Charleston is quickly becoming a cultural melting pot and the folks at Butcher and Bee want to celebrate this mélange with a unique version of the night market concept- creating a singular event, uniquely Charleston.

The first B&B Bazaar is scheduled for December 12th from 10pm- 2am and is free to the public. Redux Art Center is their non-profit partner. B&B is hoping to bring awareness to the Redux organization and the various artists they represent.

The B&B Bazaar is an opportunity for local artists and craftsmen to showcase their work while giving the public access to one of a kind artwork, accessories and street food. Butcher & Bee will be curating a diverse group of vendors focusing on handheld foods from across the globe. Elliot Webb along with other local musicians will perform.

Vendors, artists and food trucks will transform the parking lot of The Daily, High Wire Distilling, ObviousLee Marketing, Hed Hi Media and Butcher & Bee into a night bazaar, celebrating the unique cultural experiences not typically seen in day markets around town.

“Discovering the unexpected is what sets this kind of market apart from others. Think farmers market combined with flea market – weave in a little music with a side of amazing street food, and that is the B&B Bazaar,” adds co-creators Randi Weinstein and Andrea Felber.

A list of Vendors:
Butcher & Bee
The Daily
Redux Art Center
Bombay Bazaar
Short Grain
Roti Rolls
Pink Bellies
Artisan Meat Share
Euro Market
Jonathan Ory
BJ Dennis
Bob Cook
Pancito & Lefty
Persian Foods
Mad Made Metals
Spade & Clover
Miles of Yarn
Knight Raven Tipi Co.
Garb Designs
Gable By-Products
Continuum Skate Shop
Artists & Craftsmen Supply
The Southern Trapper
Charleston Tin Typist
Itinerant Books
Holy Smoke
Charlietown Prints
Warren Ann Meyers
Luke’s Pizza
Spade & Clover
Sweet Lulu’s
It’s a Gem
Thistle & Thatch Jewelry

(Photo credit:  Charleston Visitors website)

-Submitted by Tidelines Editor

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