DETROIT (WXYZ) — For a third consecutive holiday season, the Downtown Detroit Markets are back – and they open up today.
Detroit-area small businesses will be featured in the markets. Each business is Detroit-based, female-owned or minority-owned. Merchandise ranges from fiber artwork to motivating temporary tattoos and locally inspired streetwear.
“This season, we will be working with an eclectic mix of small businesses offering products that truly have something for everyone to enjoy,” said Francesca George, Bedrock’s Director of Experience, in a press release. “The Downtown Detroit Markets have proven themselves to be a successful platform for local entrepreneurs to test out the downtown retail scene - and we know this season will be the best one yet. As downtown Detroit continues to establish itself as a retail and entertainment destination, Bedrock stays committed to developing innovative ways to support local talent while creating unique experiences in the city.”
The Cadillac Lodge will also be returning, where festive drinks and snacks will be served, along with s'mores kits for the outdoor fire pits. The Cadlilac Lodge will have capacity for vendors to pop up and showcase goods, including Eastern Market Brewing Co. and Blake's Hard Cider.
Dates and hours of operation:
Downtown Detroit Markets
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - Wednesday, January 1, 2020
- Monday & Tuesday - closed
- Wednesday & Thursday - 11am - 8pm
- Friday & Saturday - 11am - 10pm
- Sunday- 11am - 7pm
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - Sunday, January 26, 2020
- Monday & Tuesday - closed for private events
- Wednesday - 4pm - 9pm
- Thursday & Friday - 4pm - 11pm
- Saturday - 11am - midnight
- Sunday - 11am - 10pm
Awanya - Ethnic textiles, couture and home décor that is sustainably crafted with hand-dyed fabric from West Africa.
Detroit Fiber Works - Originally located on Livernois’ Avenue of Fashion, the company sells a collection of one-of-a-kind fiber artwork made by Detroit artists.
Dutton Farm Market - High-quality natural bath and body care products made in an integrated workplace by adults with developmental disabilities.
Ferosh Chick - Lifestyle clothing brand curated with modern boho fashion and young contemporary styles committed to quality, uniqueness and affordability.
Inkcourage - Temporary tattoos, t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, buttons and stickers that feature words of encouragement.
KaraLyn Street - Stylish and effortless handmade jewelry for the everyday busy woman.
Lush Yummies Pie Co. - Award winning pie cups and cookies filled with rich butter and fresh fruit from Michigan farms.
Makamashi - Handcrafted home goods imported from Morocco including pillows, rugs, wicker baskets, lampshades, ceramic bowls, cotton towels and more.
Mongers' Provisions - A collection of artisan cheeses, cured meats, locally made jam and craft chocolate bars.
SMPLFD - Streetwear brand specializing in wearables, merchandise, accessories and graphic design for all genders and ages.
The Vintage Wick - Luxury candles with all-natural, vegan, hand-poured wax displayed in beautiful vintage glassware as well as smudge sticks and charcoal based incense.
Wild Little Fawns - Clothing and accessories fit for the organic, vintage and whimsical lifestyle of modern parents andtheir children.
3Dogs1Cat - Urban pet shoppe with products ranging from pet apparel, collars, toys, snacks and home décor forthe conscious pet lover.
QUICKEN LOANS DEMO DAY MARKET
The Quicken Loans Detroit Demo Day Market provides winners of the annual entrepreneurship competition the opportunity to offer their products as part of the Quicken Loans Community Fund’s continued investment in their success.
Detroit Dough - Pre-packaged edible cookie dough made in a multitude of flavors.
Eli Tea - Ethically sourced loose-leaf tea accompanied with specialty tea pots and gift sets.
Good Cakes & Bakes - Gourmet baked goods made with local and organic ingredients sold both individually and in holiday gift baskets.
Healthy Roots Dolls - Dolls created to empower young girls by representing the beauty in diversity.