Urban Air Market: Dogpatch
After making its successful round in the East Bay, Urban Air Market returns to the esteemed neighborhood of Dogpatch in San Francisco! We’re excited to return to a neighborhood we call one of our favorites in SF. The creative history in the neighborhood keeps bringing us back (think the once-booming industrial economy centered in the city’s central waterfront or the awesome nineties when Espirit headquarters was located in Dogpatch — pretty much the epicenter of fashion at that time!)
Urban Air Market: Dogpatch will take place on Sunday, August 16th surrounding Esprit Park at the intersection of Minnesota and 19th streets from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Our one-day street festival will feature 100+ one-of-a-kind local designers who produce sustainable goods including apparel, jewelry, and home decor.
We had a chance to catch up with a few Dogpatch residents to find out why they love Urban Air Market:
” I love the unique selection of vendors. These designers produce super high-quality products that are handcrafted, organic or sustainable. It’s great! – Marianna R., 42, homemaker
“UAM supports the local economy and compared to chain stores, locally owned businesses recycle a much larger share their revenue with the community by putting it back into the local economy! It’s great Urban Air Market can bring this to our community!” – Trevor W., 32, business professional
“I do my best to be eco-friendly by conserving water and energy, but always wanted to do more. After discovering Urban Air Market I realized I can shop for sustainable products all in one place. I’m doing my part in supporting the green movement and I encourage other to do so too!” – Ashley G., 28, beauty salon owner
We’re excited to enrich the Dogpatch neighborhood once again! In addition to shopping, guests can enjoy acoustic performances by local musicians including:
Diablo Jazz Company | 11am – 12pm
Geist Strings | 12pm – 1pm
PLS Trio | 1pm – 2pm
Foxtail Brigade | 2pm – 3pm
Steve Taylor-Ramirez| 3pm – 4pm
The Willy Roland Band | 4pm – 5pm
Food Truck Line-Up:
Partners of Urban Air Market: Dogpatch include: Museum of Craft and Design, Makeshift Society, 1AM Gallery, Clif Bar, Roadie, and Build Public, a non-profit group helping to improve San Francisco’s public spaces.
Urban Air Market is also hosting a small business workshop that will place prior to the Dogpatch event at nearby Museum of Craft and Design on on Wednesday, August 5 from 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m. called Retail Readiness: Wholesaling to Stores with guest speaker Rena Tom from Makeshift Society. Attendees will take home the knowledge required to present and pitch product lines to buyers in a way that maximizes sales potential. Please note: the vendor workshop is not on the same date as the Dogpatch show. For more information about this vendor workshop, please see: https://retailreadiness.eventbrite.com
Urban Air Market: Dogpatch is FREE to attend and will take place at Espirit Park in Dogpatch, SF on the intersection of Minnesota and 19th streets from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The first 100 shoppers who RSVP here will get a free tote bag from NSEWest Co. upon arrival.
Urban Air Market: Dogpatch takes place the same weekend as the neighboring San Francisco Street Food Festival which will be held at Pier 70, just a 10 minute walk from Esprit Park.
How to Get to Urban Air Market: Dogpatch 2015
As Urban Air Market supports a sustainable lifestyle, we recommend to either walk, bike, ride share, or use public transportation to get to this event.
Bus: AC transit Bus 22 towards 3rd St. & 20th St. Offboard at 18th St. and Minnesota
Train: The Minu T-line runs down Third Street. Offboard at the 20th St. station
Please bike or carpool, as parking is limited on the street.
Urban Air Market: Dogpatch 2015 Summer Vendors (not in order) —
amy rose moore illustration
Angles & Arcs
Animal Instincts Apparel
Bright and Beauty
Compass Rose Design
Drew Shanklin Shirts
Elisa Gonsalves Designs
Graphic Arts Workshop
Jennifer Clifford art + design
Little Paper Press
LIX PERLE Accessories & Apparel
Maha Devi Design
mission de flores
MXM Jewelry & Design
No Tox Life
Old Tree Essentials
PawNosh Recycled Glass Pet Bowls
Pigeon Heart Designs
Skincare by Feleciai
Tessa Kemp Jewelry
The Latch Key
The Urban Deer
The Westside Collective
Tila & the Textiles
How Ya Bean
Dandy Lion Press
Happy French Gang
GOOD COMPANY WARES
ECOCORK SUSTAINABLE ACCESSORIES